The Area’s Leader in Renovation Loan Projects
All-In Construction is the most referred renovation loan project contractor in the Central Florida area. Operating since 2008, we have years of experience in the local area and a network of relationships with the top local lenders, inspectors, consultants, and real estate agents. We will walk you through everything smoothly and efficiently, at every step of the process.
Utilizing our network of vendors and our attention to your budget, we’ll give you the tools you need to make design choices and material selections.
Serving Central Florida since 2008, we offer an experienced team of employees and an established network of trade professionals.
From estimates, design options & construction supervision to punch lists and clean up, we provide conscientious communication and project management.
How it Works
Are you looking to purchase a new home? Are you considering a “fixer-upper”? Did you find out that the property needs repairs or updates to qualify for a mortgage? A renovation loan allows you to purchase the property as-is and include the cost of required repairs needed into your mortgage. In addition, you can include a wide variety of “wish-list” items, including but not limited to: roofing, flooring, cabinets, drywall, painting, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, gas, windows, etc.
Or, if you are currently a homeowner who wants to do cosmetic or other major updates, even an addition to your home, a renovation loan can help you accomplish these goals as well!
Renovation costs are rolled into your home mortgage allowing you to have one loan. This unique scenario requires strong communication and timeliness by all parties involved, including the mortgage company and the General Contractor. It’s important that if you go this route that you involve a GC that has experience in this process.
Step 1 – Choose a Lender
Whether you’re buying a home that is in need of repairs or upgrades, or you own a home that needs repairs or upgrades.
Step 3 – Choose a Consultant
Next you want to choose a consultant to perform a detailed home inspection of your home.
Step 4 – Build Estimate
Once the home inspection is done, then we will meet you on site to finalize the scope of work and begin building your estimate.
Step 5 – Closing Process
Once the estimate is signed by you and the contractor, it will be sent to the mortgage company to go through the closing process.
Step 6 – Project Begins
After the closing documents have been signed, we can start working on your renovation project.