What is the Guarantee in a Guaranteed Maximum Contract?

Associations facing repair projects are often given the option of entering into a guaranteed maximum contract or G-Max contract with their contractor. These contracts are common for repair projects, whether the repairs are required because of defects and damage or because the component is at the end of its useful life. The implication that a guaranteed maximum contract caps the maximum amount your association will have to pay sounds great and can be a useful method of controlling costs. But, you should be aware that the guarantee is not absolute.    Read the article…………….


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