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“Pay What You Want” Option Now Available with New York Real Estate Rentals: Landlord Links


The best deal for apartment hunters in New York City just got better. Landlord Links, the best-selling guide of no fee apartment rentals, is now offering a “Pay What You Want” deal for a limited time.

With a mission of making renting an apartment in New York City more affordable, while bypassing hefty broker fees, Landlord Links connects renters directly to the databases of landlords in Manhattan. Originally offered for a one-time price of $35, Landlord Links can now be purchased at a price level of the apartment hunters’ choosing.

“The information renters can access while using Landlord Links is worth thousands of dollars in savings. I believe more people will be willing to give them a try if they have the choice of deciding how much they want to pay for the service,” says Kirby Sommers, founder of, the parent company of Landlord Links.

Inspired by Panera Bread’s initiative of opening a “Pay What You Want” restaurant in a suburb of St. Louis, Sommers realized there may be renters who haven’t heard of Landlord Links and would benefit by making them more accessible – hence the Pay what you want option. “I started this business to help renters and by offering the Pay What You Want option more people will be able to snap up great no fee finds in the city.”

Written as guides similar to ZAGAT, Landlord Links gives renters the ability to search directly inside landlords’ databases to find available apartments without having to use a broker, which eliminates the cost of a broker’s fee - currently 15% of the first year’s rent. “That’s the kind of money renters can use to buy furniture,” adds Sommers.

Landlord Links gives apartment hunters the ability to view real photos and real floorplans for real apartments, offered directly by landlords. No bait and switch as can be found in over 90% of ads posted on Craigslist or other freebie websites. was created for renters as a way to empower them in the highly-competitive rental market that exists in the city. Offering products and services with the renter in mind, is a pioneer in renters’ services.

Landlord Links can be found here:

Along with Landlord Links, also offers these affordable e-books: “Every Renter’s Survival Guide”, “The Manhattan Neighborhood Guide”, “Moving Tips to De-Stress Your Life”, “Apartment Hunting 101: How to Beat the Competition Every Time”, “Bad Credit? You Can Still Get an Apartment”, and “Moving to the Big Apple Made Easy”.


Kirby Sommers is a real estate expert and a journalist. She’s been hailed an American hero for helping to find housing and resources for Hurricane Katrina survivors. Ms. Sommers has been working on the Landlord Links project since 2005 when she realized no one was helping renters in New York City.


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