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Low-Fee Rental Roundup: Gramercy, Park Slope, Long Island City, and more, from $2,100 to $4,525 a month

By Lucyblatter  | November 25, 2014 - 9:59AM

Looking for a rental without a sky-high broker's fee attached? Check out Naked Apartments for a variety of no-fee and low-fee apartments with fees that top out at 9 percent (versus the typical 12 to 15 percent of a year's rent). We've rounded up current options in all five boroughs and in a variety of price ranges. 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 Upper West Side junior one-bedroom with exposed brick and a decorative fireplace. $2,300/month

West Village two-bedroom, one-bath with lots of closet space on a tree-lined street. $4,525/month+12% broker's fee

No-fee Bedford-Stuyvesant two-bedroom, one-bath with a private backyard and a kitchen with stainlesss steel appliances (dishwasher, too). $2,200/month

No-fee large Park Slope one-bedroom, convertible to 2.5 bedrooms, in a pet-friendly elevator building with a residents' lounge, billiards, screening room and more. $4,400/month+ one month free

No-fee Prospect Heights three-bedroom with lots of original details, including a marble fireplace. $3,400/month

No-fee Long Island City one-bedroom with a dishwasher, in-unit washer/dryer and balcony in high-rise building with doorman, nursery,  landscaped courtyard and fitness center. $3,100/month

No-fee Astoria one-bedroom  with a balcony in a doorman, elevator building close to the N and Q trains. Pets allowed. $2,750/month.

St. George two-bedroom, two-bath with over 1,000 square feet, a balcony, air conditioning and in-unit laundry in pet-friendly condo building with 24-hour doorman and parking. $2,800/month+8.33% broker fee

No-fee Spuyten Duyvil two-bedroom, two-bath in elevator building with a doorman. $2,700/month

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