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Tuesday, June 14, 2005

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The newest addition to the website is virtual exclusive apartment listings. The virtual exclusive logo on a listing helps renters to easily identify apartments that can only be found on and not on any other no-broker-fee website. This gives renters who use an added advantage and exclusive access to more apartments than ever before.

More Than Just a List

As mentioned in Time Out New Yorks April 15, 2004 Apartment Issue, members enjoy access to the largest marketplace of currently available no-broker-fee apartments, as well as useful tools and services, including: Advisor and Customer Service support 7 days a week

Neighborhood info from the Not For Tourists Guidebook

Street maps and mass transit links

New apartment, rent reduction, open house and landlord incentive e-mail alerts

Apartment building photos and street panoramas (when available)

Free utilities transfer with

Think of as a marketplace for apartments where renters and landlords come together without an expensive broker in between, says Vice President, Ralph Barocas. Renters need to know we are more than just a list. We are a full-service alternative to using a broker. Advisor Advantage

A major benefit of using is the ability to consult with an apartment Advisor trained on NYC apartment finding strategies. Advisors give customized attention to each member, providing them with the answers to their questions on everything from move-in costs to neighborhood info to landlord negotiation tips.

Renters with difficult situations, such as credit issues, pets, no rental history, students or those coming from out of town, especially find Advisors key to their success. I didn't know anything about getting an apartment in the Big Apple, said Molly Gallegos, a happy member and recent University of Denver graduate. My Advisor was excellent and taught me everything I needed to know about finding an apartment in this difficult city. Molly saved more than $1,500 in broker fees on an amazing apartment on Columbus Avenue on the Upper West Side and her rent is $250 less per month than the previous tenant.

No More Broker Fees

Instead of paying the traditional broker fee, apartment seekers can join for a one-time registration of $150 or $195 for three months of service with a money back guarantee. Students and recent graduates are eligible for a discount on registration. The average member saves up to $3,600* in broker fees. Traditional brokerage commissions vary from one months rent up to 20 percent of the annual rent depending on the location of the apartment and the broker.

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