In the market for a rental that doesn't come with a sky-high broker's fee attached? Head over to Naked Apartments to see a variety of no-fee and low-fee apartments with broker’s 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 Harlem 3-bedroom with eat-in kitchen, private laundry, hardwood floors, two full bathrooms, and option to convert to 4-bedroom, $3,250/month

Upper West Side 1-bedroom with terrace, loft, and dishwasher, $2,575/month + 8.3% broker's fee

Newly-renovated no-fee Murray Hill studio with stainless steel appliances and private balcony in building with pool and gym, $2,925/month

No-fee Bushwick 4-bedroom duplex with hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and fireplaces, $2,800/month

Downtown Brooklyn 1-bedroom with wall-to-wall windows, counter seating in the kitchen, washer/dryer, and surround sound iPod dock in building with pool, fitness center, doorman, concierge, and optional laundry service, $2,895/month + 8.37% broker's fee

No-fee Brooklyn Heights studio with washer/dryer, dishwasher, roof access, and six month free Equinox membership, $2,475/month

No-fee Ridgewood 2-bedroom in building with roof deck, elevator, parking, and doorman, $2,650/month

No-fee Bronxdale 2-bedroom with walk-in closets, eat-in kitchen, dining room, and hardwood floors, $1,675/month

No-fee Concord 2-bedroom in building with elevator, laundry room, and option for on-site parking, $1,755/month

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