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Re: Can anyone recommend a good broker?

Posted by JB on May 08, 2001 at 16:05:48:

In Reply to: Re: Can anyone recommend a good broker? posted by Jimmy Legs on May 08, 2001 at 08:47:12:

My suggestion is to try some of the brand new buildings listed in the NY Times. You may pay a little more rent but most of them have on-site rental offices which means no fee. I'd rather have my money go towards a nicer apartment than to a useless broker. Good Luck.

: : I can't afford too much.
: : Can anyone give me some feedback or places they recommend?

: 1. don't use a broker, find a place with no extra fees directly through the owner

: 2. don't live in manhattan. unless you have lots of time (and $$$), finding an affordable place in manhattan that isn't totally gross will be hard. i recommend brooklyn for lower rents and fewer brokered apartments. when you've established yourself here for a while and are more familiar with the city, then you could find a good place in manhattan. or you might just wanna stay in Brooklyn ...

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