Looking at the item comments the author has replied to you within more or less 24 hours to all your questions which given that support is voluntary seems like a good result?
I actually agree that things like ticksy are the best way but there are reasons it does not suit everyone (esp. when requests are not support related and more about item capability, upgrades, customisation etc).
There is absolutely no point in paying someone (no matter how good or successful they are) over just posting it here in forums.
Noone can ‘guarantee’ you will get approved so you are more than likely going to waste your money.
Sorry it is nowhere close. It looks like a slightly modified bootstrap skin
Basically it all needs changing as it does not really resemble anything premium.
Take a look at the attention to detail and quality of other files for sale here as a guideline
Looks very like many others in terms of features/elements so need to find something more unique
Typography consistency is way off esp. blog posts, footer, counters and contact
You need to let the whole thing breath more – add spacing/padding as right now ti is very bunched together in most sections
do not try removing the header and footer because you will almost certainly face issues.
Avada has this page http://theme-fusion.com/avada/blank-page/ which is what you need.
Use this then put one logo image in the middle or a row then use a second row with two columns and center the linked images in each of those.
I have not used Avada but I would expect you can change the page BG to the image you need otherwise its not difficult CSS
Sorry but you are way off visually
Typography needs a ton of work esp. consistency
The main slider content in the black box needs more padding
General margins and padding throughout need attention esp the counter
Random shadows do not really work
The about page is too empty and needs more attention to detail
It really comes down to which theme/template you want to use for the main site.
Depending on that achieving this should be pretty simple (maybe a little CSS for the BG images, removing footer or header – theme dependant).
All you need to do is center the logo image then have two columns below one with each linked image
I assume you do have permission to create the HTML version of the PSD? (Although I agree with other sit still needs work)
In fairness at least it is Muse – this does not require any development skills just basic Photoshop will be enough to at least edit it
If I understand you right you want to be able to pull a list of products through form envato to your own marketplace/website where you dictate the price?
So many legalities, reasons and more why this is never going to happen, but more than anything because this would not help envato and could only benefit people planning to be dishonest with clients.