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Pre-settlement inspection

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Hey there!

I'd like to get some advice from you guys regarding pre-settlement inspection. I'm a buyer of one of the units at Aurora but I won't be able to make it for the settlement dates in January 2019. Would it be more advisable to source my own property settlement company or engage with the developer's recommendations (Property Settlement Solutions - https://www.settlement-solutions.com.au/)?

Thanks guys! Cheers!

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