Figuring rent due, prorated starting the month of move in on a 12 month spreadsheet

bverrett

New Member
I have worked in excel but this is beyond my knowledge. I have a spreadsheet (someone built for me) that needs to figure the prorated amount of rent due starting the month the tenant moves in and thereafter. It also needs to be able to automatically charge a late fee of \$20.00 if the rent is not paid by the 15th of the month. Right now it's putting the rent due in all the months even before the move in date. Also, I have 8 rows (2-9) that I need the formula to work for when a tenant moves out and a new tenant moves in (not even sure if that can be done). It then updates a sheet called "Dashboard" to show by month how many units are available, how many are rented, total rents to be collected, total rents outstanding, # of units current and # of units in default. Last question, I have over 200 sheets in this workbook, it there a way to update the formulas on all the sheets at the same time? TIA

Xtra Space Workbook Original File.xlsx
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
210 X 10YesYesYes4/21/2020
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11Rental Rate\$98.00
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13JanuaryFebuaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
14Amount Due\$98.00\$196.00\$294.00\$392.00\$392.00\$392.00\$392.00\$392.00\$392.00\$392.00\$392.00\$490.00
15Amount Pd\$98.00\$98.00\$98.00\$98.00\$98.00\$98.00\$98.00
16Date Paid57461025
17Late Fee Assessed\$0.00\$0.00\$0.00\$0.00\$0.00\$0.00\$0.00\$0.00\$0.00\$0.00\$0.00\$0.00
18Balance\$98.00\$196.00\$294.00\$294.00\$294.00\$294.00\$294.00\$294.00\$294.00\$294.00\$392.00\$490.00
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20CurrentNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
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Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
C14C14=C11
D14:N14D14=C18+\$C\$11
C17:N17C17=IF(C16>15,20,0)
C18:N18C18=C14-C15+C17
C20:N20C20=IF(C18=0,"Yes","No")
Cells with Conditional Formatting
CellConditionCell FormatStop If True
C20:N20Cell Value="No"textNO
C20:N20Cell Valuecontains ""No""textNO
C20Cell Value="Yes"textNO
C20:N20Cell Valuecontains "Yes"textNO
Cells with Data Validation
CellAllowCriteria
A2List=Dashboard!\$C\$100:\$C\$105
B2:D2List=Dashboard!\$B\$100:\$B\$101

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TheMohitDembla

New Member
Hi, Can you provide the original file. You can remove the data, or fill in the dummy data.

bverrett

New Member
Not sure how to do that, when I try to upload the spreadsheet, it says it's not an acceptable file format.

TheMohitDembla

New Member
Hi, I am trying to recreate the file at my end. Can you let me know the formulas in 15th row?

TheMohitDembla

New Member

Also, you can upload the file on dropbox or google drive and share the download link here. so that I can have a look at all the sheets and all the dependencies.

bverrett

New Member
Also, you can upload the file on dropbox or google drive and share the download link here. so that I can have a look at all the sheets and all the dependencies.

bverrett

New Member
Hi, I am trying to recreate the file at my end. Can you let me know the formulas in 15th row?
There are no formulas in row 15. I will just put in the amount paid when it is paid.

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