Moving again? Since New Yorkers change their addresses about as often as their shower curtains, paying the usual 12-15% broker’s fee every time can be tough. No fee or low-fee places (with broker fees of no more than 9% of the annual rent) can keep costs down. To find one, check out the apartments showcased here in our Low-Fee Rental Roundup or click the “low-fee” search box at rental website Naked Apartments.
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No fee Hell’s Kitchen 3-bedroom features chef’s kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows; building amenities include fitness center and 24-hour concierge, $4,700/month>>
Large 3-bedroom/2-bathroom apartment in Kew Gardens Hills, Queens has new kitchen with granite countertops, in-unit laundry and large front balcony, $2,500/month+8.3% broker’s fee>>
No-fee studio in luxury Gramercy high-rise building features doorman, garage and gym, $2,400/month>>
Newly renovated Prospect Park South, Brooklyn 3-bedroom has spacious open layout, eat-in granite kitchen and hardwood floors, $2,800/month+8.5% broker’s fee>>
Williamsburg 3-bedroom features stainless steel appliances, central a/c, hardwood floors and huge patio, $4,400/month+5.0% broker’s fee>>
No-fee studio in Art Deco Financial District building has roof deck, fitness room and lounge, $2,320/month>>
Jamaica 2-bedroom in full-service doorman building; amenities include media room, billiards room and resident lounge, $2,151/month+8.3% broker’s fee>>