NYCdwellers is New York City's largest real estate marketplace specializing in residential no fee apartment rentals in Manhattan. We are dedicated to providing outstanding service to New York apartment hunters from all over the world. Our website is comprised of modern apartment search technology and powered by six, full-time staff providing unsurpassed service to NYCdwellers’ customers and listing providers.
What does this mean for you? This means a constantly-updated database offering real New York City apartment listings in real time and direct access to all listing providers. Our mission is to find and list all real estate properties available in Manhattan, by owner or by broker. We screen and hand-select all available NYC rentals. No duplicate or outdated listings, no bait and switch. If you are looking to rent an apartment in Manhattan, this is the place to be.
And if an individual listing is represented as a no fee apartment, there is no broker fee for the apartment. Period.
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