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9. Gulfstream G650
Costing Creflo $65 million, the Gulfstream G650 is the epitome of luxurious private travel and is thought to have been paid for by 200,000 of his loyal followers, all coughing up $300 dollars each.
Creflo needed to purchase the executive jet after his old plane was involved in an accident in London, but more on that later in the video.
His Gulfstream G650, produced by Gulfstream Aerospace, has a top speed of 982 km/h, a Range of 12,960 km and costs anywhere between $64,500,000 to $70,000,000 million.
Produced from the year 2008 onward, it has a wingspan of 30 meters and may be configured to carry from 11 to 18 passengers.
It has everything from onboard televisions, private bedroom, conference facilities, private bathroom, kitchen and, wifi/Bluetooth connectivity.
8. Fayette County Home
This massive 182.9-acre compound is surrounded by a large metal and stone fence with the large mansion at the end of the driveway.
The home has a big pool and fountain out back and sits less than a 21-minute drive from Hartsfield-Jackson
The original home, built in 1996, was recently renovated and expanded with two wings extending from the rear of the home, giving Dollar 17,000+ square feet of space to indulge in his prayer sermons.
7. Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe
Believe it or not, these cars actually come with one of Creflo Dollar's apartments, which he has now of course, sold. Keep watching to find out more about that.
His Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, however, has a price tag of around $462,613 dollars and has a 6.75 L V12 engine.
The car has segment-leading fuel economy thanks to modern technology such as direct injection and variable valve and camshaft control.
The Phantom Coupé is capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph (0–97 km/h) in 5.8 seconds and has a limited top speed of 155 mph (249 km/h).
6. Arrow Records
Originally founded by Taffi Dollar, this record label is responsible for most of the online and digital sermons that Creflo Dollar and his church create.
The popular record label also produces songs that feature Creflo and others and has achieved a landmark accomplishment by remaining in billboards gospel album charts for longer than 16 weeks.
Arrow Records is also home to some very popular artists including GRAMMY winner Ann Nesby, Stellar Award Winner Kim Burrell and Gospel sensation Shonlock.
The labels recent releases include a number of "S.E.R.M.O.N.S" songs which stands for Spiritually Empowering Recorded Music Over Niche Sermons.
5. Atlanta Mansion
In what has been described as his personal Atlanta Kingdom, Creflo's Atlanta home is one of the most extravagant in the whole state.
His Atlanta house covers 17,000 square feet and sits on 182.9 acres with him also owning the two adjoining properties.
The home has home has a large circular driveway in the forecourt and an impressive entranceway to welcome family and guests.
The home is estimated to be worth around $3.4 million and is surrounded by high fences and stone walls
The backyard has a pool and large fountain to accentuate the large field of land. It is set far back down a long driveway which gives the family their much-needed privacy.
Originally, built in 1996 and renovated by the Dollar family, the home has two bedrooms, three bathrooms, an elevator, a pool, floor to ceiling windows and a well-equipped kitchen and a beautiful living area.
4. New Jersey Apartment
Sold for $3.75 million in 2012, this massive apartment was located on the 67th floor of the Time Warner Center.
The two-bedroom home features stunning views with average sized rooms and has the benefit of the much sought after car parking spaces, that cost a pretty penny in NYC.
Want to know what's even better about the apartment Creflo had? It comes with its very own set of the owner's Rolls Royces, which can easily be parked in the private spots!
3. Gulfstream III
The older of the planes which Creflo rode around in, this plane, which can seat up to 19 passengers, was famous for crashing on London’s Biggin Hill Airport and being a write-off.
Powered by Two Rolls-Royce Spey 511-8 turbofan engines that can produce 11,400 pounds thrust each, this plane has a maximum cruising speed of 442 knots.
It has a Range (with IFR reserves) of 3,650 nautical miles, a wingspan of 77 feet, 10 inches and a maximum take-off weight of 69,700 pounds.
The plane cost Creflo Dollar almost $37 million and was his first plane before he turned his attention towards the Gulfstream G650 which we mentioned above.
2. World Dome
The $20 million World Dome, which is where the congregation regularly meets, was, according to Creflo, built without any bank financing.
It can hold up to 8,500 people for each church service and is located in Atlanta, Georgia with the site also having a large number of administrative buildings and a huge amount of car parking spaces.
World Changers Church International has also announced that they planned to expand the site to include another 500 churches for all those that cannot attend the main services.
1. Creflo Dollar Ministries
Welcome to the world of God ... Creflo Dollar Style, his ministry has the slogan, "To go where no one goes and to do what no one else will do."
Dollar began World Changers Ministries Christian Center in 1986 and held the church's first worship service in the cafeteria of Kathleen Mitchell Elementary School in College Park, with eight people in attendance.
He later renamed the ministry as World Changers Church International, and the congregation moved from the cafeteria to a dedicated chapel.
Four services were held each Sunday, and Creflo added a weekly radio broadcast which has now also adapted into a web series that can be watched live from his website.
As of 2007, the congregation reported having around 30,000 members, and $70 million in revenue for 2006.
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