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Hunt has also invited some of the applicants to the event so he can meet with them face-to-face.
A spokesman for Spare Room described the event as “a very casual setting at the bar where people can easily speak to anyone.” So bring ID.
“I'm not after roommates who just want cheap rent,” Hunt wrote in the apartment listing.
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