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Brokers make an apartment-rental search easier, doing lots of the legwork for you—and they charge 10 to 15 percent of a year’s rent to do it. “When there’s great economic strength, people can afford to pay commissions,” says Peter Jakobson Jr. of NoFeeRentals.com, a free listing service. In the post-bailout world, however, you may want to cut out the middleman, using the tips below. Hey, if it worked when you were 22 and broke … ... Read the story
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