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Leading consumer loans in Belgium 2018, by monthly income level

Main purposes for taking out a consumer loan in Belgium as of 2018. by monthly income level

by Raynor de Best, last edited May 28, 2018
Leading consumer loans in Belgium 2018, by monthly income level This statistic shows the results of a survey question regarding the main purposes for taking out a consumer loan in Belgium as of 2018, by income level. On average, Belgian households pay off a debt of 864 euros per month. The most common loan is a mortgage loan for a house. The higher the income level, though, the more likely it is one has a consumer loan. 71 percent of the households with a monthly income of 3,000 euros or more has a mortgage, compared to 53 percent and 28 percent for the "middle" and "lower" income levels respectively.
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Main purposes for taking out a consumer loan in Belgium as of 2018. by monthly income level

Monthly income level*1,750 euros or less*1,750 - 3,000 euros*3,000 euros or more*
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by Raynor de Best, last edited May 28, 2018
This statistic shows the results of a survey question regarding the main purposes for taking out a consumer loan in Belgium as of 2018, by income level. On average, Belgian households pay off a debt of 864 euros per month. The most common loan is a mortgage loan for a house. The higher the income level, though, the more likely it is one has a consumer loan. 71 percent of the households with a monthly income of 3,000 euros or more has a mortgage, compared to 53 percent and 28 percent for the "middle" and "lower" income levels respectively.
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