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FAQs

Who pays for the renovation?

In some cases, the costs will be covered by the senior debt lender who will hold a first charge against the title of the property. This typically applies to small scale developments upwards with the costs (including interest to the senior debt lender) forming part of the project costs to be deducted from the Gross Development or End Market Values.

On some smaller buy to sell (flip) property investments it maybe that it’s more feasible for the renovation or refurbishment cost to form part of the total fund amount. You can see the details of planned renovation work within the property description on a property investment details page. There is always a break-down of the costs and projections as part of the useful summary.

Photographs of the constructions work will be uploaded to the investment as we go by the property developer. If any savings are made the excess is paid back to the investors, for them to withdraw or re-invest.

The property developer will select the contractors undertaking the works though JaeVee will oversee to ensure those contractors are CIS registered contractors (who hold the appropriate insurances) that we can trust, and have a proven track record in delivering the proposed scheme. You’re also able to see the details of the contractor and the construction contracts in place with the property developer.

Other Renovation & Repair Questions

What happens if the tenant damages the property?
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