Here’s why investing with Church Finance Corporation is a sound decision:
Proven History - In 1960, Church Finance Corporation was entrusted with a $44,000 loan fund.Today, that fund has grown to over $35 million.Our dedicated commitment to our investors is evidenced by one simple truth: Since its inception, Church Finance Corporation has never failed to pay an investor.We are a steward of the resources God has entrusted to us.
Focused Expertise - Church Finance Corporation focuses on meeting the financial needs of churches and ministries.We understand the unique challenges and exciting opportunities churches encounter when financing.
Financial Growth - Church Finance Corporation offers a variety of investment opportunities that yield competitive interest rates while addressing your specific liquidity and income needs.
Spiritual Rewards - Investing with Church Finance Corporation offers you the remarkable opportunity to invest in the lives and souls of those who need Christ.Your resources help fund loans for Christian ministries working to share the Good News and the love of Christ with their communities.
Shared Beliefs - Like the organizations we support, Church Finance Corporation and its ministry partner (the New Mexico Baptist Foundation) long to see the spreading of the Gospel.By partnering with investors and lending to churches and ministries, we work together to serve God for His glory.
Unique Opportunity - Church Finance Corporation offers an investment program that allows church members the opportunity to invest in a specific church’s loan.This promotes ownership among the body without the high cost associated with a bond issue.Investors earn solid financial rewards while enabling their church to access lower interest rates.
Church Finance Corporation offers the following investment alternatives:
Church Building Short Term Investment Fund (CBSTIF)
Church Building Investment Note (CBIN)
Collateralized Loan Participations
Church Finance Corporation (CFC) is a nonprofit organization. Investments are not SIPC or FDIC insured. This information is neither an offer to sell nor a request to buy any investments.This offer is made only in the offering circular.