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PraiseBuildings Sells More Religious Properties than Any Other Brokerage in the Mid-Atlantic

Strong, Experienced Leadership

In 1998, Stephen Ferrandi, founder and Broker of Record, incorporated PraiseBuildings as a natural extension of his father’s Church Renovation Services company. Since then, the team has grown to five dedicated team members, and PraiseBuildings is a full-service agency that is able to keep work in-house and overhead low for the benefit of its clients.

In 1998, Stephen Ferrandi, Broker of Record, founded PraiseBuildings as a natural extension of his father’s Church Renovation company. Since then, the PraiseBuildings team has grown to five dedicated team members, led by Barb Bindon, who has been selling churches since 2010. This year, Barb and her team put over $10 million dollars of religious property under contract, ranging in price from $50,000 to $2,600,000.

PraiseBuildings knows churches. Let us put our experience to work for your congregation.

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Stephen J. Ferrandi

Broker

In 1998, Stephen Ferrandi incorporated PraiseBuildings as an extension of his father’s Church Renovation Services company.

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Barbara K. Bindon

Associate

Since 2010, Barbara Bindon, COO, CFO, has worked in commercial real estate with a concentration in religious property brokerage.

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Josh Halbedel

Associate

Josh Halbedel has been involved in the real estate industry since completing his enlistment with the United States Army.

PraiseBuildings Services

We represent congregations who want to buy, sell, or lease an existing house of worship or other property. We provide site selection services for congregations seeking to acquire land on which to build. We provide consultation for congregations when they are ready for change:

  • We evaluate property and provide strategic planning and maintenance recommendations.
  • We assist churches who are looking to merge.
  • We advise on the disposition of surplus property and establishing income streams. 
  • We counsel on the feasibility of downsizing, adaptive repurposing, and space-sharing.