Got $5,000 a month to spend on your rent? From a one-bedroom furnished condo to a five bedroom house (with lots in between) here is what's available across four of NYC's boroughs--Manhattan, Brooklyn, The Bronx, and Queens.
“I want to buy a co-op because the value is better, but I don’t want to go through the co-op board application process. Since sponsor apartments will likely be my only option, can you recommend some listings for Junior-4 to 2-bedrooms less than $800,000?”
WHO: Rose Byrne is currently shooting the movie remake of “Annie," the classic story of a millionaire who adopts an adorable orphan. Wish we could find a millionaire to adopt us, so we could afford a celebrity-style apartment.
Television shows and movies would have you think that Halloween in the suburbs is where it's at. We personally think that trick or treating in the city beats the 'burbs anytime. Below, 9 reasons why Halloween is better in the Big Apple. Maybe we should rename it the Big Pumpkin.
We've got the most candy per square inch. A street with 20 houses spaced apart...or a 22 story building with 15 apartments on each floor? You decide.
You don't have to feel guilty about eating said candy -- 364 days a year we walk about 10 times more than our suburban counterparts.
This week, our team of Take It or Leave It renters—who have 43 years of renting experience among them—weighs the advantages and disadvantages of a waterfront loft in a landmarked building in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood. Our panelists are RentHackr founder Zeb Dropkin, freelance writer Lambeth Hochwald, and BrickUnderground’s own senior editor, Lucy Cohen Blatter.
So your no-fee apartment search is going downhill fast and you’re resigned to paying a broker 12-15% of a year’s rent for his or her services? Don’t admit defeat just yet. Log onto rental website Naked Apartments and search by “no fee” or “low-fee” (meaning places with fees of 9% or less) to browse the copious listings available there. Or just check out the apartments listed here in our Low-Fee Rental Roundup.
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