Low-Fee Rental Roundup: Murray Hill, Financial District, East Village and more

By Leah Hochbaum Rosner | July 9, 2013 - 11:01AM

In this inaugural edition of BrickUnderground’s new Low-Fee Rental Roundup brought to you by rental search site Naked Apartments, we’ve got a healthy mix of low-fee (9% or less of the annual rent versus the usual 12-15% commission) and no-fee apartments in a variety of New York City neighborhoods.

Still hunting for that perfect place to live, but don't want to pay a top-shelf broker's fee? Click on over to Naked Apartments and check off the “low fee” search box.

Gramercy 2-bedroom, featuring exposed brick and hardwood floors, $3,295/month + 8.3 % broker’s fee >>

Pre-war East Village 1-bedroom has a marble bath and exposed brick, $2,700/month + 7.5% broker's fee>>

Midtown East 3-bedroom in doorman building; heat and a/c included in rent, $5,950/month + 8.3% broker’s fee >>

Sunny no-fee studio in Battery Park, blocks from the 4, 5 subway line, $2,350/month>>

Large 1-bedroom or flex 2 in Midtown West doorman building with washer/dryer in unit, $4,250/month + 8.3% broker’s fee>>

No-fee Murray Hill 3-bedroom with roof deck and granite kitchen, $3,390/month>>

1-bedroom in Financial District with a large terrace, $3,190/month + 6.5% broker’s fee>>

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