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Developer leaves Franklin unit buyers in limbo as unpaid builder walks off site

Dissatisfied residents of a new multi-unit development in Franklin have been left in limbo after the contracted builder staged a walkout with his team, claiming the developer had not paid them for their services for many months. Residents began moving into Esque, a 90-unit development, in mid-November but have since complained about incorrect whitegoods packages, missing […]
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