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How to Turn Excess Church Property from a Liability to an Asset

Churches across the country have a significant amount of excess or underused properties. Sanctuary space, classrooms, off-street parking, or even vacant land can all be an asset if stewarded and used in the right way. Realizing the potential of church property often requires creative and expansive thinking.

At Dalton & Tomich, we help churches and ministries all across the country use their properties in new and better ways by helping them overcome the legal hurdles and restrictions which may stand in their way. Download our infographic on How to Turn Excess Church Property from a Liability to an Asset.

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