Low-Fee Rental Roundup: Murray Hill, Williamsburg, and more, from $1,199 to $6,995 a month

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On the hunt for an apartment, but hoping to avoid paying a standard broker's fee? Take a look at the listings at Naked Apartments, which include a variety of rentals with fees that top out at 9 percent (versus the typical 12 to 15 percent of a year's rent). We've rounded up current options in all five boroughs and in a variety of price ranges, and you can also search Naked Apartments by “no-fee” or “low-fee” to see more.

If you spot an apartment you like, Naked Apartments will make sure an agent’s there to greet you whenever you want to see it with its Showings on Demand feature.

No-fee Murray Hill 1.5-bedroom with dishwasher, balcony, and hardwood floors in building with doorman, elevator, and laundry room, $3,500/month

No-fee Harlem 1-bedroom with separate kitchen, hardwood floors, and large windows in recently renovated pre-war building, $1,650/month

No-fee Upper East Side studio with separate kitchen, high ceilings, and large closets in pet-friendly building, $2,100/month

No-fee Crown Heights 1-bedroom with large windows and brand new bathroom and kitchen in building with garage, gym, on-site super, and terrace, $2,750/month

No-fee Clinton Hill 2-bedroom with wall-to-wall windows and balcony in building with doorman, garage, gym, outdoor space, playroom, storage, and outdoor terrace, $3,995/month

No-fee Williamsburg 2-bedroom with exposed brick, recessed lighting, and stainless steel appliances in pre-war, pet-friendly building, $2,691/month

Kew Gardens 1-bedroom with hardwood floors, storage, new appliances, and natural light in pet-friendly building with live-in super, elevator, and laundry, $1,795 + 8.5% broker's fee

Bronxdale 1-bedroom with eat-in kitchen and three walk-in closets in pet-friendly building with elevator, laundry room, and on-site super, $1,360/month + 8.5% broker's fee

No-fee St. George 1-bedroom with new appliances in building with 24-hour security, laundry, fitness center, and shuttle to Staten Island Ferry, $1,199/month

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