Based on the size of your paycheck how much rent can you afford? follow the easy-to-understand instructions below, and you’ll know just about how much you can afford to drop on rent each month.
To live comfortably you can afford $0 a month for rent.
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This calculator's formula is based on guidelines provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. They suggest an individual or household should spend no more than 30% of their gross income on rent and utilities. Unfortunately that percentage is based more on politics than realism. We estimate most people can live fairly well spending up to 45% of their income on rent and utilities.