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251 No-fee rentals in Queens

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35-25 95th Street, Apt D-09

This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Sanya Grozdanov of MNS.

1,725/mo

1bd
1 ba

1708 Woodbine Street, Apt 1R

This Ridgewood 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Olivia Ionescu of The Corcoran Group.

2,215/mo

2bd
1 ba

31-35 31st Street, Apt 602

This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Chika Fissel of Sumitomo Real Estate Sales (N.Y.), Inc..

2,900/mo

1bd
1 ba

23-01 41st Avenue, Apt 6-E

This 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Ben Willig of Anchor Associates.

3,250/mo

2bd
1 ba

41-42 24th Street, Apt 222

This Long Island City 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Jovan Arandelovic of The Corcoran Group.

2,688/mo

1bd
1 ba

11-15 Broadway, Apt 2Y

This Astoria 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Jennifer Rouse of The Corcoran Group.

2,525/mo

1bd
1 ba

23-57 Crescent Street, Apt 1

This studio apartment is listed by Chrisoula Papoutsakis of Triplemint.

1,600/mo

Studio
1 ba

41-42 24th Street, Apt 314

This 3 bedroom apartment is listed by Jovan Arandelovic of The Corcoran Group.

4,648/mo

3bd
2 ba

1863 Menahan Street, Apt 1R

This Ridgewood 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Virginia Incalcaterra of The In House Group.

2,100/mo

2bd
1 ba

41-42 24th Street, Apt 405

This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Jovan Arandelovic of The Corcoran Group.

2,936/mo

1bd
1 ba

23-01 41st Avenue, Apt 3-H

This Long Island City 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Ben Willig of Anchor Associates.

2,450/mo

1bd
1 ba

53-30 Skillman Avenue, Apt 1-L

This Woodside 3 bedroom apartment is listed by Christina DeCurtis of Compass.

3,200/mo

3bd
1 ba

11-25 45th Avenue, Apt PH6B

This Long Island City 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Jeremy Swillinger of Level Group, Inc..

6,200/mo

2bd
2 ba

42-77 Hunter Street, Apt 4-A

This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Christina DeCurtis of Compass.

2,800/mo

1bd
1 ba

68-63 108th Street, Apt 3L

This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Gabriella Santoro of BOND New York.

2,495/mo

1bd
1 ba

118-82 Metropolitan Avenue, Apt 3A

This Kew Gardens 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Christopher DeSilva of All Area Brokerage.

2,500/mo

2bd
2 ba

34-22 35th Street, Apt 5-C

This 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Desmond Eaddy of Compass.

3,850/mo

2bd
2 ba

31-30 28th Road, Apt 1

This Astoria 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Deborah Sokoloski of Compass.

2,245/mo

2bd
1 ba

112-02 Northern Boulevard, Apt 5-E

This 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Adrian Lupu of Nest Seekers International.

2,900/mo

2bd
2 ba

46-02 70th Street, Apt 6-K

This Elmhurst 2 bedroom apartment is listed by David Eisenberg of Compass.

2,723/mo

2bd
2 ba

47-34 11th Street, Apt 303

This 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Lawrence Hakimi of Compass.

4,200/mo

2bd
2 ba

112-02 Northern Boulevard, Apt 3-C

This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Adrian Lupu of Nest Seekers International.

2,350/mo

1bd
1 ba

25-25 Astoria Boulevard, Apt 4D

This Astoria 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Frank Bouklis of The Bouklis Group.

2,520/mo

1bd
1 ba

24-16 Queens Plz S, Apt 11A

This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Kaila Rhubright of Brick & Mortar.

3,650/mo

1bd
1 ba

41-21 28th Street, Apt 14A

This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Kaila Rhubright of Brick & Mortar.

4,000/mo

1bd
1 ba

28-22 Astoria Blvd, Apt 4A

This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Frank Bouklis of The Bouklis Group.

2,800/mo

1bd
1 ba

37-14 36th Street, Apt 9-G

This 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Jermaine Phillips of MNS.

4,102/mo

2bd
2 ba

26-25 28th Street, Apt 1C

This Astoria studio apartment is listed by Frank Bouklis of The Bouklis Group.

2,150/mo

Studio
1 ba

42-51 Hunter Street, Apt 2-B

This Long Island City 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Sabine Meile Lefebvre of Compass.

4,217/mo

2bd
2 ba

28-15 34th Street, Apt 3F

This Astoria 2 bedroom apartment is listed by Frank Bouklis of The Bouklis Group.

2,900/mo

2bd
1 ba

Showing results 1-30 of 251 Queens apartments for rent.

All about no fee apartments in Queens, NY

It’s taken some time, but Queens has started to experience more residential development as rental prices in Brooklyn and Manhattan have risen, driving tenants to venture into Queens as they search for more affordable housing. While this increased interest in housing in the borough might make some think broker fees would rise, the exact opposite has happened. As the borough has become more mainstream, it’s become easier to find no-fee apartments in Queens, thanks to the combination of smaller local landlords bringing their listings online and the new, institutional landlords who tend to have self-managed no-fee rentals, building more properties.

Where can you find the best no fee rentals in Queens?

If you’re looking for a luxury, no fee apartment, the best place to start is Long Island City. The best rental buildings in Queens are in LIC, and they’re all no-fee. By renting an apartment in the neighborhood, you benefit from an incredible location that is close to Manhattan and lower monthly rents, thanks to being across the East River in Queens.

Where can you find no-fee, for rent by owner apartments in Queens?

Back in the day, you would have found Queens apartments for rent by owner through word of mouth, but nowadays, more and more of these no fee apartments can be found online. Depending on what part of Queens you’re looking in, you’ll want to check out a variety of websites, including PropertyClub and Facebook, where numerous for rent by owner and no fee groups exist like Gypsy Housing.