September 19, 2018 / Published in Company Updates, News & Events
DCG Strategies CEO, Landis Graden, is set to speak at the Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California’s 39th Annual Affordable Housing Conference Friday, September 21st, 2018. The event will last all day, and is currently sold out. The theme of this year’s conference will be #BuildingMomentum. DCG will present our expertise on collaborating with congregations
DCG Strategies is proud to announce that our CEO, Landis Graden, will have the privilege of speaking at the 2018 Kingdom & Community Development Conference in Pasadena. This conference will focus on how to equip church leaders for effective community outreach and ministry. The conference host, The Urban Outreach Foundation, specializes in strengthening local churches
DCG Strategies, Inc. (DCG), an established commercial real estate and development firm focused on working with mission-based organizations, announced today the hiring of new Director of Real Estate Development Nancy Pinkston. Company President and CEO, Landis Graden, has plans of additional team expansion to meet the growing needs of clients. Pinkston brings to DCG extensive
Dominic Dutra, an original founder and long-time contributor to the growth and success of DCG Strategies has departed the company. Mr. Dutra’s contributions and commitment to DCG have been invaluable. Remaining founder, President and CEO, Landis Graden, will remain committed to DCG’s current markets serving faith-based entities, education institutions, non-profits, government agencies and other mission
March 29, 2018 / Published in Faith-Based, News & Events
Managing a church’s assets, including its parsonage and other real estate properties, is all about stewardship — making sure every dollar spent maximizes the work of the church. Thinking strategically about how your real estate assets can further your community mission, both now and in the future, is an exercise every congregation should go through
Centerville Presbyterian Church (“Centerville”) is similar to many other churches throughout California, facing the very real and growing challenge of affordable housing for key staff (youth , music, associate and other pastors and administrative staff). The church begun to realize that it could no longer sit passively while their staff endured a daily commute of
DCG Strategies is excited to announce we are included in the speaker lineup for the 2018 Kingdom & Community Development Conference. The Kingdom & Community Development Conference centers on community development and brings together a select group of leaders and participants to gain insight into best practices, models, and strategies for economic and community development. This
Recognizing the critical connection of teacher quality and satisfaction with academic success, CAAASA will be presenting a special session on Workforce Housing: an innovative solution aimed at recruiting and retaining quality teachers. In California, one of the biggest drivers of teacher turnover is the increasing cost of housing. Drawing on its history of working with
Dutra Cerro Graden, a leader in providing real estate consulting, management and brokerage services for community-minded organizations, announced today that it is changing its name to DCG Strategies. The name change reflects the company’s focus on working with academic, faith-based, government and nonprofit leaders to use real estate better for meeting their organizational missions. “The
Just when you thought you couldn’t be surprised by housing costs in the Bay Area, a new study says even doctors can’t afford more than half the homes in San Francisco. The median price for a home in San Francisco now tops $1.2 million. This is completely out of reach for most people but especially
Centerville Presbyterian Church has been rooted in Fremont, California, for more than 150 years. But the director of contemporary worship lives in Tracy, California, and the children’s director lives in Pleasanton, California. Like many other churches throughout California, Centerville Presbyterian Church (CPC) is facing the very real and growing challenge of offering affordable housing for
DCG team members participated in the 5th annual Pleasanton Run for Education on Sunday, April 23, 2017. The Pleasanton Run for Education is an annual event held by the Pleasanton Partnerships in Education Foundation (PPIE). PPIE is a non-profit, 501(c)3 foundation that supports all schools in the Pleasanton Unified School District. Since 1987, PPIE has