This calculator finds the prorated rent that you would have to pay during a given month based on when you moved into a new apartment.
For example, suppose you move into a new apartment on April 25th and the monthly rent is $900. Since there are 30 days in April, you would normally pay $30 per day in rent, but since you would only live in the apartment for 6 days during April, you would only pay rent for those 6 days, which means your prorated rent would be 6 * 30 = $180.
To find the prorated rent for a given monthly rent and move in date, fill in the values below and then click the “Calculate” button.
Prorated rent: $180.00
Rent per day: $30.00
Billable days: 6 days
Prorated rent: $30.00 * 6 = $180.00