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Household indebtedness to gross disposable income ratio in France from 1st quarter 2007 to 3rd quarter 2021

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Release date

June 2022



Survey time period

Q1 2007 to Q3 2021

Supplementary notes

The source added the following information "The household indebtedness ratio presents the total outstanding debt of households as a percentage of gross disposable income of households. The debt of households largely consists of loans, primarily home mortgage loans, but also other types of liabilities such as consumer credit (e.g. credit card, automobile loans). An indebtedness ratio above (below) 100 percent indicates that the household debt outstanding is larger (smaller) than the annual flow of disposable income. It is clear that high household indebtedness ratios, as is true for high government debt ratios, may create a certain risk or vulnerability for households, especially when it is unevenly distributed across different groups of households. On the other hand however, one should also take into account the availability of assets, e.g. dwellings, for which the borrowing has been made."

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