What our clients have to say…
Client testimonials are the best possible way to establish our credibility with you over the internet. At Bushore Church Real Estate, we know how much information is available on the web. Therefore, we understand how difficult it can be to choose a company that will best represent your needs. Holding ourselves to the highest spiritual and ethical standards, we most deeply value our reputation in the religious community. Our clients have taken the time to provide testimonials about what you can expect from us. Here are just a few of them from the many clients we have worked with over the years.
Thanks to both you and Jerry on outstanding work and representing your clients well. You did an outstanding job managing this property for us.
I always appreciate the thoughtfulness and detail you add to this kind of thing.
I felt it was important for him to know how valuable you are to us.
Thank you for everything you’re doing for us and you have done for us.
Thank you for all the time and effort you are expending on caring for the property, and thus the legacy, of our Church. I can’t begin to tell you how grateful I am for the hours and work you have put into securing the property and shepherding the sale into escrow.
Ryan provided excellent service to me and my family. He helped us through the entire process of forming an LLC and the purchase of a commercial building. He provided pros and cons of some decisions we had to make, and he prepared and provided all the legal documentation we needed including lease contracts. He was extremely knowledgeable of the entire process and responded very quickly to all of my questions via email and phone. It was a seamless process thanks to Ryan.
In all my dealings with brokers and escrow, I have never encountered the expertise and professionalism that I experienced from Bushore. Both the father and son are a wealth of information and they think of everything that you could possibly think of when it comes to doing everything right when it comes to buying and selling property. They also can help write contracts and rental agreements. I was entirely impressed with them in entire process that we purchased church building.
Thanks to the Bushore Real Estate Group, our small nonprofit found not one but two new homes. Jerry helped us negotiate a purchase agreement for an abandoned church in South Los Angeles which ultimately became home to more than 360 middle school students. Ryan and Jerry helped us negotiate a 25-year lease with an active church in Inglewood. That site is now home to more than 360 students. The second deal was incredibly complex. The experience of the team was extremely helpful in ensuring our interests were protected and our needs met. They worked day and night to make it happen for us!
Worked with Ryan Bushore for a year so far at a church with a huge, yet aging, facility. In the past year I have worked with Ryan, I have found him to be extremely knowledgeable in many different aspects of facility management. He is professional and an expert in multiple fields from law, real estate, to construction. Even though his schedule is often packed, he will do what he can to make time for our staff/team as we learn how to sustain an aging property. He is patient with us and will get more than what's required of him done where we are limited - which is why the church is extremely grateful and appreciative of Ryan (although I know the church also has a much longer history and relationship with Ryan's father, Gerald). I know Ryan cares for the church as he would often do what he can first and foremost to protect us from being in a bad position/situation with tenants and the law.
As a ministry (or church) worker, I personally value the person more than just the services they provide. Although I can also understand the business and contractual side of things. Nonetheless, I believe working/professional relationships can have healthy boundaries so we can still minister to professionals serving us more than a mere transaction of payment and service. I understand this is my personal opinion/preference and Ryan probably hold a different view - a stricter professional view - in which case I can also respect and accept.