The Market

Low-fee rental roundup: Chelsea, Williamsburg, East Village and more

By Leah Hochbaum Rosner | July 23, 2013 - 2:33PM 

Looking for a new place to call home, but can’t fathom how you’re going to swing the rent and the broker’s fee—which can be as much as 12-15% of the annual rent? You’re not alone. So why not try to find a no-fee or low-fee (meaning a 9% or less commission) apartment like the ones you can find by clicking the "low-fee" box on rental search site Naked Apartments? In this week’s Low-Fee Rental Round-Up, we found a low-fee 2-bedroom in Chelsea with in-unit laundry and a 9% broker's fee, a no-fee one-bedroom in Williamsburg, and many more.

Want to look at one of these places post-haste? Choose a time that works well for you and Naked Apartments will send a broker over to meet you there via the site's new Showings on Demand feature.

Chelsea 2-bedroom in luxury high-rise with garage, gym and in-unit laundry, $6,595/month+9.0% broker’s fee>>

No-fee 2-bedroom in luxury Midtown West building featuring 75-foot indoor pool and personal concierge services, $3,750/month>>

No-fee Williamsburg 1-bedroom with heated marble bathroom floors and self-closing kitchen cabinets, $3,185/month+1 month free>>

South-facing Upper East Side 1-bedroom with gym and roof deck, $3,400+8.5% broker’s fee>>

No-fee 2-bedroom in the East Village with private deck and in-unit laundry, $3,900/month>>

Large gut-renovated Murray Hill 1-bedroom with part-time doorman, $2,395/month+9.0% broker’s fee>>

3-bedroom Bushwick loft with floor-to-ceiling windows, $3,399/month+8.33% broker’s fee>>

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