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April 02, 2022



Wow. I forgot about that building on Park Road being subsidized housing. A friend of a friend of mine has some relatives that have very recently come here from Guatemala (or maybe its Honduras, I wasn't clear on that when we were talking) and they need a place to live here and would like to live in Burlingame. How can I find out about getting them into one or two of those apartments? Super great location and it looks like it's going to be nice. Is there a list or something?


Go for two apartments and sublet the extra one.

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