Property and Real Estate Consulting for Religious Institutes Thought Leadership
Facility assessments aid in multi-location religious institute's capital planningIn 2008, six former regional communities came together to form the Sisters of Mercy West Midwest, who then sought to discover the condition and value of the community's facilities.
Plante Moran Cresa assists religious institute with building sale and space transitionThe Pious Society of St. Paul needed help in determining the best course of action for the deteriorating 1920s former school building it was using as a residence and publishing center.
Plante Moran Cresa supports religious community through the sale of a propertyThe Felician Sisters of North America sought to divest themselves of a former convent building in Welland, Ontario, and required an experienced advocate to make the sale successful.
Real estate master planning helps Benedictine Sisters of Chicago support their missionThe Benedictine Sisters of Chicago needed expert guidance to assist them in determining how to use their monastery given their financial realities and mission needs.
We can assist religious institutes and their sponsored ministries to address a variety of real estate needs. Our experts can evaluate your Community’s portfolio of owned and leased space and assist in identifying opportunities that might exist to use your assets for the benefit of your mission and the support of your members. Whether buying, leasing, selling, or undertaking a large construction project, our professionals can provide you with expert analysis and guidance for your real estate decisions.
In serving religious institutes, PMC recognizes that discernment as to how you use your real estate resources to sustain your mission, charism, and members is essential. Our focus is on assisting you to make certain that your real estate holdings support your mission and members in the near term and into the future, while keeping your demographic and financial realities in mind.