The popular New York Business site Crain’s (crainsnewyork.com) reported on a NYC renter survey by Rent.com. Surveying 1000 people they found that 4 of 10 renter’s wont pay a brokers fee.
Sourced from: 4 out of 10 NYC renters won’t pay a broker’s fee
Nice to see Business Insider on top of the buzzing rental market in NYC. For ONLY $75,000/mo; size or location aren’t much of an issue. Check out more detail and photos of this balling, sprawling West Village pad at businessinsider.com
…It probably is. A recent article from Curbed about a New York apartment for rent, reminded me that in the hustle of being the first to the finish line with your apartment application, you might overlook some factors that will greatly affect your quality of living.
At just $2,300 per month, this [...]
Moving to or within New York City can be incredibly stressful. Add finding a roommate to the apartment search and you’ve got a recipe for a meltdown. Is it possible to find someone with a similar lifestyle, who is as organized and clean as you AND who you get along with, all at the same [...]
Search by category
- How to be a New York local: 11 tips for faking it fb.me/2eLHbku5Y 1 month ago
- @Rentalengine Editor's Pick - Downtown Brooklyn continues to heat up fb.me/ZF20Bbif 2 months ago
- @rentalengine editor's pick #MercedesHouse in #HellsKitchen / #LincolnSquare #NYC w/ tons of #amenities #pool... fb.me/BFmm0DO0 2 months ago
- NYC renters resistant to broker fees
- $75,000/mo West Village Rental – sourced from businessinsider.com
- Amazing New York City Apartment for Rent, Cheap! (aka If it sounds too good to be true…)
- 3 Things to Remember When Moving in with a New Roommate
- Beyond Listings: 3 Useful Sites for Your NYC Apartment Search