Craigslist, the nationwide classified ad network, will begin charging a $10 fee for broker apartment listings in New York City in March, the organization announced in a posting on its site. "After many months of evaluating feedback and deliberating, we've decided to institute a $10 fee for each listing posted to the broker apartment categories on the New York site (both "fee" and "no fee"), starting March 1, 2006," says a posting on the craigslist site. In general, all listings on the national network have been free, except for a fee to employers offering job listings in the San Francisco Bay Area, New York and Los Angeles. The new $10 fee will apply only to broker apartment listings in New York City, and is the product of a long-simmering controversy. Apartment listings on the New York c...
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