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Low-Fee Rental Roundup: Tribeca, Upper West Side, Greenpoint and more, from $1,200 to $10,900 a month

By Lucyblatter  | January 20, 2015 - 9:59AM

Unlike death and taxes, broker's fees on New York City apartments are sometimes avoidableor at least negotiable. Apartment search site Naked Apartments has rentals with fees that top out at 9 percent (as opposed to the usual 12 to 15 percent). We've rounded up current finds from all across the city. You can also search Naked Apartments by “no fee” or “low fee” to see more.

And if you see a place you're interested in, 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 Tribeca three-bedroom, three-bath with floor-to-ceiling windows and a windowed kitchen in a doorman building with a rooftop terrace and pool. $10,900/month

No-fee Clinton two-bedroom, two-bath with a private terrace and windows in all rooms in a doorman building with a garage and laundry on each floor. $4,845/month

No-fee Boerum Hill one-bedroom with an open layout and large windows in a pre-war elevator building with a doorman. $3,093+1-month free on a 16-month lease 

No-fee Park Slope three-bedroom, one-bath with a dishwasher and hardwood floors in a six-story building with heat and hot water included. $3,450/month

No-fee Greenpoint one-bedroom with a dishwasher and quartz countertops in the bathrooms and kitchens in a pet-friendly doorman building with a gym. $2,995/month

No-fee Sunnyside one-bedroom with stainless steel appliances and a video intercom in a pet-friendly doorman building. $2,667/month

No-fee Rego Park three-bedroom, 2.5-bath with new bathrooms and an eat-in kitchen in a doorman building with a storage room. $2,995/month

Morris Park one-bedroom with an eat-in kitchen and three walk-in closets in a pre-war elevator building with an on-site super. $1,360+8.5% broker's fee

Eltingville one-bedroom with a separate kitchen and free off-street parking in a home. $1,200/month+8.33% broker's fee

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