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Low-Fee Rental Roundup: Brighton Beach, Greenwich Village, Clinton and more, from $1,523 to $8,000 a month

By Leah Hochbaum Rosner | August 13, 2013 - 11:02AM

A no-fee apartment may be the holy grail of the Manhattan real estate scene, but a low-fee place that calls for less than 9% of a year’s rent (vs. the customary 12-15% broker’s fee) may be the next best thing.

Peruse the no-fee and low-fee offerings listed here in our Low-Fee Rental Roundup or browse listings at your leisure by clicking the “low-fee” search box on apartment rental website Naked Apartments.

Want to see one of these apartments right now? Naked Apartments will send a broker over to show it to you immediately via its new Showings on Demand feature.

Corner 1-bedroom in Midtown West building featuring virtual doorman, high ceilings and oversized windows, $3,300/month+8.0% broker’s fee>>

East Village 2-bedroom on St. Mark’s Pl. has large living room with lots of sunlight, $3,250/month+7.5% broker’s fee>>

No-fee 3-bedroom in luxury Clinton building, amenities include in-unit laundry, 24-hour doorman, gym and pool, $8,000/month>>

No-fee 1-bedroom in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn with stainless steel kitchen, hardwood floors and in-unit laundry, $1,523/month+1 month free>>

2-bedroom in Midtown Center pre-war doorman building features soundproofed windows and granite countertops, $5,200/month+6.0% broker’s fee>>

No-fee 2-bedroom in Long Island City, Queens high-rise with hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances, $3,845/month>>

Large Greenwich Village studio with separate kitchen and private balcony, $2,690/month+8.0% broker’s fee>>

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