American Church Financial Services

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5486 Smoke Rise Dr
Stone Mountain, GA 30087

About American Church Financial Services

  • American Church Financial Services is a boutique brokerage with a specialization in securing financing for religious institutions. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, we are a national provider of mortgages, bookkeeping, and financial services for religious groups of all faith.

    American Church Financial Services offers a range of fast and reliable services tailored to the unique needs and preferences of your ministry. We are flexible and able to customize the level of service based on your specific considerations. Whether you need ongoing bookkeeping and accounting services, would like to refinance an existing loan, arrange financing for the purchase of a new building, or financing the renovation costs of your existing building, American Church Financial Services is at your service.
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Products by American Church Financial Services

  • Bookkeeping and Financial Services

    American Church Financial Services will maintain your church’s financial records to ensure you are in compliance with all federal, state, and local laws. We will remain focused on your books to allow you to serve your congregation. Our services include: -Daily Journal Entries -Income and... Read more
  • Mortgage Services

    American Church Financial Services have several loan programs available. Our programs are as follows with no pre-payment penalties: -Twenty-five years amortized and fixed for three, five, seven, or ten years. -Twenty years amortized and fixed for three, five, seven, or ten. -Fifteen years... Read more