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Low-Fee Rental Roundup: the Upper West Side, Murray Hill, Park Slope, and more, from $1,285 to $5,795 a month

By Virginia K. Smith  | September 30, 2014 - 9:59AM

For those of us who like to find rentals without incurring sky-high standard broker's fees, check out Naked Apartments to see a variety of no-fee and low-fee apartments with fees that top out at 9 percent (versus the typical 12 to 15 percent). 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.

And if you see 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 Lower East Side 3-bedroom with exposed brick, balcony, fire place, roof deck, and dishwasher, $5,695/month

No-fee Murray Hill 1-bedroom with three closets in building with doorman, elevator, gym, and laundry room, $3,100/month

No-fee Washington Heights 3-bedroom with hardwood floors and separate kitchen in pre-war building, $2,200/month

No-fee Windsor Terrace 2-bedroom with large windows, washer/dryer, and soaking tub, $3,300/month

Park Slope 2-bedroom with balcony in building with elevator, laundry room, and parking, $3,150/month + 8.0% broker's fee

No-fee Bed-Stuy 4-bedroom with high ceilings, oak floors, backyard, chef's kitchen, and en-suite bathrooms in each bedroom, $5,795/month 

Long Island City 1-bedroom with views of the water and floor-to-ceiling windows in building with gym, doorman, and outdoor terrace, $2,749/month + 8.37% broker's fee

No-fee Astoria 1-bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows, balcony, and newly renovated kitchen in building with gym, doorman, on-site super, and outdoor space, $2,350/month

Bronxdale 1-bedroom with eat-in kitchen, walk-in closets, and hardwood floors in pre-war elevator building, $1,285/month + 4.0% broker's fee

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