Your business model isn’t good enough. You can find that guy who accepts 25%, but you will get the design that will be not approved for sale on ThemeForest. And you may waste your time on layout and coding accordingly (a few months eek). Even if it will be approved it doesn’t mean that you will get good sales.
Let me describe the most important criteria descendingly:
1. Design. Coding quality means nothing without a good eye-catching design. Customers will purchase great design even if template has a bunch of bugs.
2. Features. It’s good “add-on” to great design. Great features will not save pure design.
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I’m not russian but know it better than my native language
You need to learn and practice I think.
I believe that MVPThemes make professional and unique themes that deserve much more buyer attention that multipurpose stuff got approved every day.
Definitely strange policy.