Hi i am looking to buy a lot. we are planning to built a church please e-mail me to see if you guys can help

Asked by Daniel Briceno, Culver City, CA Mon Nov 26, 2007

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Brad L Heikk…, , Gwinn, MI
Mon Nov 26, 2007
Be sure your plans will meet local zoning requirements and passes soil tests
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Myagentsuzy, , Jefferson, Culver City, CA
Thu Nov 11, 2010
i have a land 6000 sq ft in long beach blvd if you went
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E. "Zeke" Ba…, , Sherman Oaks, CA
Wed Jan 30, 2008
There are plenty of lenders that will lend to a church, or to build one. However, there are quirks and you should direct your interests towards a construction loan to minimize the amount of cash out of pocket for the construction. I'd be happy to help you out.

E. "Zeke" Barragan
818-728-3945 (Phone)
818-326-7330 (Cell)
310-451-6453 (Fax)
ebarragan@firstcapitalmtg.com
http://www.lendingfortomorrow.com
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Darryl, , Maine
Wed Jan 23, 2008
There are lenders out there that specialize in Church loans. As a matter of reality, no lender wants to foreclose on a church, so a lot of them shy away from these loans. Let me know if you would like my list as I'd be happy to send it to you.
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Kelley and T…, Agent, Santa Monica, CA
Wed Jan 23, 2008
I would recommend buying an existing church. You don't have to deal with any zoning issues that way.
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The Hagley G…, Agent, Pleasanton, CA
Mon Nov 26, 2007
I was involved in building as a member of my congregation. It was a bit of a nightmare. We found zoing laws in Nor Cal a bit vague, we had a lot of protests, and ultimately our location did not meet the city's "master plan." (Which was changed after we bought the land!)

Good luck!
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