North Coast Church Loan Offset Briefing
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In December 2019, NCC held its first Sunday gathering at 154 Balcatta Rd. This property was purchased for $5,140,000, utilising funds from four main sources:
- Funds from the sale of NCC’s property in Kingsley ($940,000 of $1,200,000).
- One-off contributions from members.
- Loan from Churchlands Christian Fellowship ($550,000, interest free).
- Two loans from Baptist Financial Services (BFS) totalling $3,650,000.
The loan from Churchlands of $550,000 was paid in full in May 2019 and the current loan from BFS stands at $3,450,000.
Following interest rate rises in 2022, NCC’s repayments on the BFS loan increased from $17,000 per month to $21,000 per month, and are expected to continue to increase to $26,000 per month with future interest rate rises and part of the loan moving to principal and interest in 2023. This loan is being repaid by the ongoing generous giving of NCC members. However, one mechanism for reducing the interest repayments for this loan is via our loan offset account.
Loan Offset Process
How does the Loan Offset work at NCC? Those wishing to partner with NCC can provide an interest free loan to NCC, which is placed in a secure loan offset account to reduce the interest on loan repayments.
NCC currently have $140,000 of funds loaned that provide around $600 per month interest relief.
The following FAQ’s will further assist in explaining the Loan Offset arrangement below:
Please prayerfully consider your participation in this opportunity to give.
Members who wish to enter into pledges or enter into term loans with NCC for deposit in NCC’s Loan Offset Account with BFS, or who require further information regarding NCC’s loan repayment strategy, are requested to contact Martin Gray (Business Manager) via email email@example.com or phone 0419917133.