# How Much Extra Should A Couple Pay For A Room?

## How much more should I pay for the master bedroom?

Yes, and the person who’s willing to pay the most should pay what the second highest person is willing to pay.

For example, let’s say the below is what each person is willing to pay for the master in a \$1200 3BR.

B should get the room and pay \$600.

Add up the square footage of all of the bedrooms combined..

## Should a couple pay more rent?

If the couple get a much bigger bedroom, then they should probably pay even more than that, though. It really depends on how many bathrooms there are IMO. If there are seperate bathrooms than 50/50 on rent unless there is a disparity in room size.

## How do you figure out how much to rent a room for?

To get an accurate breakdown, take the square footage of each bedroom and divide by the total square footage of the apartment. This gives you the percentage of space each room occupies. Take each individual percentage and apply it to the total cost of rent.

## How do you split rent when there is a couple?

Option three: The best option is to split rent by room, then ask the couple to pay extra for the shared facilities. For example, if a bill for \$180 arrives for a couple living with a singleton, it could be split three ways, then 30% is taken off the singleton’s owing amount and the couple makes up for that.

## Should all roommates split utilities equally?

Some roommates prefer an even split, others use income figures to divide up expenses,” she says. … If utilities aren’t included in your rent, she recommends splitting those equally among roommates. In other words, even if you’ve got the master bedroom, you can still split the cable bill equally.

## Which child should get the bigger room?

A lot depends on the sex and ages of the children. Rule of thumb is the oldest child gets the tiniest room, the parents obviously get their room and the largest of the remaining two rooms is occupied by the two youngest of the same sex, or just two of the same sex.