Airbnb offers a $3 million discount on apartments for rent in New York City.
If you’re looking for something cheaper than a traditional rental, check out these deals:1.
$2.2 million for a three-bedroom apartment in Midtown Manhattan.
This apartment is on the lower end of the market, but it’s a great one if you live in the building.
If this is your first time renting in New City, the rent starts at $1,250 a month, and you get a 15% cashback on the entire apartment.2.
$4.5 million for an eight-bedroom studio apartment in the West Village.
This is one of the cheapest rentals in Manhattan, and the apartment is priced to sell for $1.75 million.
It also comes with a 25% cash back.3.
$5.8 million for the same apartment in Brooklyn.
The apartment comes with no extras like a shower or a balcony, but the rent is still cheap and you’ll get a $1 million cashback.4.
$6.6 million for three bedrooms in Brooklyn’s Flatiron District.
This one is a good place to rent if you’re going to spend money on the apartment and aren’t sure where to go next.
You can pay $3.9 million for this apartment with a $500,000 down payment, and it has no extras.5.
$9.5 in Brooklyn for a four-bedroom, four-bathroom apartment.
This room has been rented for $3 a month since December and it’s currently available for rent.
You’ll get $4,400 in cashback and 15% on the total apartment.6.
$13 million for two bedrooms in the Upper East Side for $2 a month.
This condo has been listed for more than a year and currently rents for $5,000 per month.7.
$12 million for one bedroom in the Hamptons for $4 a month on Airbnb.
This penthouse has been available for $7,200 a month for a couple of months now, and there are no extras, but if you want to save a little bit, you can pay down the mortgage and have the apartment for free.8.
$15 million for five bedrooms in Manhattan’s Upper East section for $15,000.
This two-bedroom is available for a little less than $3 per month and it comes with an 18% cash-back.9.
$17.9 in Brooklyn in Brooklyn Heights for $20,000, with no extra extras.10.
$20 million for 10-bedroom in Manhattan for $28,500.11.
$30 million for 15-bedroom house in Queens for $30,000-40,000 for this $2 million apartment.12.
$40 million for 25-bedroom waterfront property in Long Island City for $35,000-$45,000 with no more than three extras.13.
$55 million for 100-bedroom beachfront home in Florida for $75,000A total of $95 million for rent and taxes in Manhattan and New York state in 2017.14.
$65 million for apartments in the East Village for $65,000