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Low-Fee Rental Roundup: Hell's Kitchen, Williamsburg and more, from $1,350 to $4,600 a month

By Lucyblatter  | December 2, 2014 - 9:59AM

A rental without a sky-high broker's fee is a real find in New York. And Naked Apartments has a variety of no-fee and low-fee options 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 finds 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 a place 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 East Side studio with a separate stainless steel kitchen in a doorman, elevator building. $2,650/month

No-fee East Harlem two-bedroom, one-bath with a washer-dryer, located in an elevator, doorman building. $4,600/month

No-fee Gramercy one-bedroom with a fireplace, exposed brick, washer/dryer and fireplace in a prewar, pet-friendly building, $2,895/month

Williamsburg two-bedroom, one-bath with high ceilings, hardwood floors and a private terrace in building with a roofdeck, gym and screening room. $4,583/month+50 percent off the broker's fee

Sunset Park one-bedroom with new appliances, hardwood floors and granite counters in a four-story walk-up. $1,600/month+9.5% broker's fee

No-fee Astoria two-bedroom, two-bath with stainless steel appliances, a washer/dryer, two balconies and four closets in an elevator building with an on-site super. $2,750/month

No-fee Long Island City three-bedroom, two-bath with a dishwasher and exposed brick in a pet-friendly building. $2,700/month+one month free

Bronxdale one-bedroom with an eat-in kitchen and three walk-in closets in a prewar elevator building. $1,350/month+8.5% broker's fee

No-fee St.George two-bedroom, 1.5-bath with a dishwasher in a building with a landscaped inner courtyard, elevator, gym and "courtesy" shuttle to the ferry terminal.  $1,695/month

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