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5 World Record Apartments

As New York City renters, we often think we’ve seen it all when it comes to crazy apartments. But these five apartments not only go above and beyond the extremes in the big apple – they’ve set worldwide records. […]

September 12th, 2014|Categories: Apartment Living|

The Ins and Outs of Temporary Walls

For years, temporary walls (i.e., room dividers, rent-savers, space-creators) have answered the prayers of NYC apartment hunters looking to save space and money. With a one day installation and a one-time payment averaging between $800-$2000 (based on wall size and type), a one bedroom apartment could turn into a two, a two bedroom into a three, and so on. […]

August 6th, 2014|Categories: Apartment Living, Renter Tips|Tags: |

New Feature: Search by Subway Lines

Use Naked Apartments to find apartments close to your subway (MTA) line! New Yorkers will tell you the secret to shortening your commute is living near the right subway line. If your work is 1 block from a stop on the L, then your commute will be much simpler if you live close to the L.  The more transfers you have, the more walking you’ll do, the more time you’ll spend waiting on platforms, and the the more delays you’ll deal with. In other words, transfers are for suckers. […]

August 5th, 2014|Categories: Naked Apartments, Renter Tips|

The Most Popular Neighborhood Characteristics

It’s said that New York’s neighborhoods are  “the biggest collection of villages in the world.” In fact, there are over 150 villages to choose from and they’re all different. But… what neighborhood characteristics matter most to renters? To answer that, we analyzed the search behavior of the last 25,000 renters on our popular Neighborhood Finder™.  Specifically, we looked at which of the 15 “neighborhood vibes” renters were selecting most often. The results are below. […]

August 4th, 2014|Categories: Market Data, Renter Tips|

5 Awesome and Affordable Neighborhoods in NYC

Affordability is key for many young renters today and it can be hard to find a cheap place to live in a cool and fun New York City neighborhood.  But it’s not impossible to find a deal. There are exciting, thriving neighborhoods located throughout the five boroughs where you can find reasonable rents. Here are five, one in each borough, to consider:

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July 28th, 2014|Categories: Apartment Living, Renter Tips|

Quiz: The Amazing Stats of NYC!

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July 17th, 2014|Categories: Apartment Living, Renter Tips|

21 Questions To Prove You’re From The City

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July 9th, 2014|Categories: Apartment Living, Quizzes|

iOS App for Landlords and Agents

Naked Apartments Pro is ready for download, ready to power NYC renting. It’s beautiful. It’s intuitive. And it’s fast. Today is a great day. We’re excited to announce the release of Naked Apartments Pro, designed for the thousands of agents and landlords that rely on Naked Apartments to find their clients and fill their vacancies. And we know they’ll love it. With this app, they’ll be able to: Post listings from the road… faster than ever before. Accept Showings on Demand™… faster than ever before. Respond and manage to all their leads… faster than ever before. And much, much more. (Do we sound like Steve Jobs yet?) […]

June 27th, 2014|Categories: Naked Apartments|

10 NY Tenant Rights You May Not Know About

Despite all the griping we do about our government, once in a while, it gives us something useful we can work with. Like this handy New York State tenant rights guide for those of us who are terrified of paperwork, signatures, and binding obligations. The actual document is quite a few pages in length, so we decided to put the best, most pertinent rules together in one easy-to-read blog post. […]

June 20th, 2014|Categories: Apartment Living, Renter Tips|

You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Find an apartment you can afford in a neighborhood you’ll love. Living in New York City is many things. And cheap is not one of them. This is a fact of life that city dwellers quickly accept as inescapable. You may end up shelling out an extra $200 a month for a better 1 bedroom that cuts your commute by 10 minutes, or you may decide to save $200 a month and stick with a studio instead. Very rarely do we end up with the apartment we had in mind…which is actually totally normal. […]

June 17th, 2014|Categories: Market Data, Renter Tips|
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