Need to calculalte occupancy nights, gross rental, and average daily rate in Excel spreadsheet

Please see the attached spreadsheet.  I need to create a spreadsheet which calculates nights of occupancy, total gross receipts and average daily rate from a table of check in/check out dates and gross rents.  The problem I face is that many of the dates cross months and I would like to break this data out by month.
Rental-Data.xlsx
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Are you OK with some additional helper columns?

Would there be occasions where the duration crosses more than 2 months, eg check in 29 July and Check out 2 September?
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tommcafeeAuthor Commented:
Rob,

Absolutely fine with helper columns.  Shouldn't have a case of crossing more than 2 months.

Thanks!
Tom
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
See attached.

Haven't been able to do anything with % Occupancy as there is nothing to base it on; Occupancy as % of what?
Rental-Data.xlsx
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tommcafeeAuthor Commented:
You're on the right track calculating nights and ADR.

% Occupancy = number of occupied nights / total calendar days per month.
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
In column P, use this formula:

=N3/(EOMONTH(DATE(YEAR(TODAY()),M3,1),0)-DATE(YEAR(TODAY()),M3,1)+1)

Format as percentage.
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tommcafeeAuthor Commented:
Perfect!  Thank you for working through this.  I couldn't figure out how to split the months.
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