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CHURCH BONDS

Church bonds are issued to assist Churches in the building or renovation of their current facilities. The bonds may offer an attractive rate of return for an investor while aiding Churches to further their ministries.

Thousands of Churches, including many of the largest ministries in the country, have been constructed through Church bond financing and millions of investors have participated in these bonds. While not without risk, Church bonds are a viable and attractive alternative investment for some.

Church bonds can be purchased for as little as $1,000 with varying maturities ranging from 6 months to 30 years. Bonds may be held by you directly in a tax-deferred or tax-free self-directed IRA.

Prosperity Economics Partner, LLC is excited to announce our partnership with American Investors Group, Inc. (“AIG”) who provides mortgage financing for churches throughout the United States. Organized in 1987 by investment bankers, accountants and lawyers experienced in the unique financial needs of churches and other non-profit religious organizations, AIG organization has financed hundreds of purchases, construction, refinancing and renovation projects ranging from $300,000 to over $5 million. AIG specialized expertise in church financing enables them to create the best mortgage loan solution for each church. AIG’s staff works closely with each church to fully understand its leadership’s objectives and financial capabilities and creates flexible financing structures to fit those particular needs.

American Investors Group, Inc. is a Direct Lender that strives to be the lowest cost source of construction and long-term financing to churches in the United States. AIG goal is to simplify the church lending business and to offer the best rates, terms and conditions for all church loans available nationwide. AIG offers funding options customized to serve the unique borrowing needs of each individual church. AIG is a direct lender—not a mortgage broker or other intermediary. AIG is not associated with commercial banks, credit unions or other short-term lenders who offer only adjustable-rate loans with short term maturities and balloon payments. AIG offers flexible loan terms and conditions and avoid the restrictive covenants that typify other lenders.