In the unlikely event that a home doesn’t sell within a year from the start of our project, homeowners have a couple of options. They can either make a payment to RenoMax for the outstanding amount or opt to pay a monthly administrative fee to extend the payment deadline. However, it’s important to note that, on average, RenoMax homes tend to sell 50% faster than the national average, so such scenarios are rare.
No, there are none! RenoMax is compensated by the home sellers exclusively for the work we undertake, at the pre-agreed price before the project commences, without any extra charges or concealed fees.
If the property is up for sale and is being handled by a real estate agent, RenoMax is equipped to handle any necessary work that contributes to a quicker and more profitable sale. There are no minimum or maximum limits associated with our pay-at-closing approach.
With over 1,000 projects completed, our portfolio encompasses a wide range, spanning from projects under $500 to those exceeding $800,000. We appreciate that each listing is unique, and we are prepared to undertake everything from basic repairs to comprehensive whole-home transformations. For further details on our services, you can learn more.
RenoMax projects don’t come with minimum or maximum limits connected to our pay-at-closing approach, allowing any agent to prepare any listing for the market. We utilize a straightforward equity equation (80% of the expected post-renovation value minus the current property debt) to determine the maximum budget for a specific client, ensuring a solid business rationale.
RenoMax exclusively collaborates with licensed and insured contractors and tradespeople. Our Project Managers are full-time, W2 employees, and our contractors and tradespeople undergo rigorous vetting and training by RenoMax to ensure professionalism and top-notch quality.