By Lucy Cohen Blatter
Short-term offers with quick turnovers abound at iRoommates.com, which is owned by Sublet.com (a domain run by online services company Nestpick, Inc.). But you can find a few longer stay options here, too. (Sublets usually last between one and nine months, but there are some longer-stay options as well.) Search the database according to your criteria, then contact other members directly. Three months' access varies by borough (from $25 for the Bronx to $39.95 for Manhattan), and on a recent browse through the site, we found around 200 postings for pads in Manhattan, 100 for Brooklyn and 40 for the Bronx, all with plenty of photos.