How much more would the replacement rent be if you or any long-term tenant moved from a rent-stabilized apartment? This calculator makes an educated guess based on averages and the assumptions listed below. You can try out different scenarios to see how factors like unit size affect the answer. For more information, please see the companion article.

Replacement rent (educated guess)

Increase from current rent

Current rent-stabilized unit

Year moved in
Original rent (optional)
Current rent (optional)
Replacement unit Rent-stabilized unit similar to the current one
Average rent-stabilized unit
Market-rate unit in newer building



  • City of West Hollywood annual housing reports
  • accessed on February 21, 2016
  • Our analysis WarrenHousingrenting
div.calculator {background-color:#87CEFA;background-color:gray;border-radius:10px;border:solid black 3px;width:395px} div.calculator div {color:white;font-family:Arial;font-size:16px;line-height:100%} div.calculator div.calculatortitle {background-color:black;font-weight:bold;margin-bottom:20px;padding-bottom:10px;padding-top:10px;text-align:center} div.calculator div.screen {background-color:#bccd95;color:black;display:inline-block;font-family:'Orbitron',sans-serif;font-size:40px; height:40px; padding:5px; margin-bottom:10px; text-align:center} div.calculator div.grouping {border:2px white groove;border-radius:5px; margin:10px; padding:10px; padding-top:20px;position:relative;width:150px} div.calculator td {border-top:0;color:white} div.calculator table {border-bottom:0} div.grouping span.groupingtitle {background-color:gray;padding-left:5px;padding-right:5px;position:absolute;top:-8px} How much more would the replacement rent...