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Why Invest with Us

We help plant churches.

The Extension Loan Fund is an integral part of the church planting objectives in the International Pentecostal Holiness Church as we only make loans to churches, to provide the funding to purchase, renovate existing buildings and construct new ones. With every deposit into the Loan Fund, you join more than 2200 other investors which are investing in building churches all across America, from Florida to Alaska, from Hawaii to Maine, and in five other countries. When churches are planted, built or revitalized, people find refuge, when people find refuge they find a savior, when they find a savior lives are changed and when lives are changed, communities are transformed.


Great Returns.

Our investment rate of return has been historically higher than local banks and often more than one percent higher. To see a rate history as compared to the National Bank Rate average click on the image below.  


Investment Allocation.

Extension Loan Fund investments are likely to have a significant place in your personal investment portfolio, both in objectives and in rate of return. Financial planners recommend a balanced portfolio based on time horizon, risk acceptance, objectives and other variables. A common moderate recommendation may be 35 percent in equities (US, International, and emerging markets.) 45 percent in bonds or notes, and 12 percent in managed futures, commodities and hedged strategies, and 8 percent in cash/short term assets. Extension Loan Fund selection of investments can fit well in this type of asset allocation models, allowing you to build your investment portfolio, realize a solid return, and to support the work of the kingdom at the same time.

The purchase of Extension Loan Fund (ELF) securities is subject to risks, which are described in the Offering Circular. This is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy ELF securities. Such an offer is made only by an Offering Circular and only in those states where the ELF securities may lawfully be offered or sold. ELF securities are not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC),Securities Investor Protective Corporation (SIPC), or any other state or federally regulated institution nor are they guaranteed by the International Pentecostal Holiness Church.