To pay a broker’s fee or not pay a fee: That is the question. There are arguments that no-fee listings will save you lots of money up front. Others say it all evens out. Either way, here are six no-fee listings available now, from a smattering of 2-bedrooms in Brooklyn to a couple lovely 1-bedrooms and a studio in desirable parts of Manhattan. Let’s go:

image of 388 Classon Ave in Brooklyn, New YorkBrooklyn: 388 Classon Ave. #1A

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathrooms
PRICE: $2,895, no fee
HIGHLIGHTS: You get two levels, 1,000 square feet, and a backyard for barbecuing. Oh, yeah, plus central air and a washer and dryer hookup. It’s a bit of a hike to the train, but probably worth it.

image of apartment at 325 W. 15th St. in Chelsea, New York City

Manhattan: 235 W. 15th St. #3C

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $2,900, no fee
HIGHLIGHTS: Oh, yes, here’s Chelsea living — right between Seventh and Eighth avenues — for under $3K with no broker’s fee. You won’t get a ton of space or natural light. But hey. It’s Chelsea.

image of apartment at 261 14th St. in Park Slope, Brooklyn

Brooklyn: 261 14th St. #C1

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $2,500, no fee
HIGHLIGHTS: On the other hand, here’s a totally sensible deal in lovable Park Slope. This apartment has everything you need, including 2 bedrooms and a decently new-looking kitchen. Well, almost everything — you’ll have to walk to the laundromat. But for $2,500 with no fee, this one won’t last long.

image of 420 Lexington Ave. in Bed-Stuy, BrooklynBrooklyn: 420 Lexington Ave. #2J

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $2,581 net rent with one month free; no-fee
HIGHLIGHTS: This slick rental comes in a new building in Bed-Stuy that offers parking, a gym, and other amenities. Your unit will have a washer and dryer, perhaps a balcony, and central air. What luxury.

image of studio apartment on Upper West Side of Manhattan, New YorkManhattan: 40 W. 85th St. #GF

SPACE: Studio, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $1,895, no fee
HIGHLIGHTS: Or you could live on West 85th Street, less than a block from Central Park. Yeah, this place is a ground-floor studio facing the street, but it’s got exposed brick and a reasonable-looking little kitchen. Did we mention that it puts you on the Upper West Side, a block from the park and the train? No complaining allowed.

image of 1441 York Ave apartmentManhattan: 1441 York Ave #4RN

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $2,150, no fee
NEIGHBORHOOD: Yorkville/Upper East Side
HIGHLIGHTS: Ah, a light-filled 1-bedroom in Yorkville, near all of the neighborhood’s pleasures. It’s no longer in transit BFE, thanks to the Second Avenue subway, and the building’s ban on dogs is a bummer, but for $2,150, with no fee, it’ll do just fine.

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