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Home insurance in France - statistics & facts

Since the beginning of the coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, according to the French Insurance Federation (FFA), more than 400 million euros have been pledged by insurance companies to the solidarity fund in order to help very small businesses and people who are self-employed. In 2019, French insurers also had 2.6 billion euros in assets under management, the majority of which were invested in corporate assets. Insurers additionally hold 17 percent of the French government's debt, making them the leading domestic investors.
Among these investors, the five biggest insurance groups totaled almost 32 billion euros in terms of revenue in 2019, and Axa (France) represents the second largest European insurance company with assets under management. As of the end of 2019, a total of 868 insurance companies were based in the country, making it the leading market in Europe.

Home insurance and premium

While home insurance in France remains optional for owners, it is mandatory for tenants who move into an apartment. The average value of premiums has increased steadily from 2014, reaching 255 euros in 2019. The insurance's price depends on the dimension of the apartment or house and on the region in which the apartment is located.

Multi-risk insurance cover and claims

French law requires taking out at least an insurance contract covering rental risks. Usually this is called the multi-risk home (MRH) insurance cover and it is offered by all insurers. It protects homes from damage caused by fire, water, weather disruptions and even theft and burglaries. In 2019, the highest number of claims were linked to water damage. Notwithstanding, fire accidents and damage resulted in the highest claims for French people.

Home trespassing and vandalism

In 2019, nearly 58 percent of households were victims of at least one burglary or non-burglary theft. Moreover, an estimated 580,000 households were vandalized. Finally, it is important to highlight how the richest departments of France, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Île-de-France (Paris metropolitan area) and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes were the regions with the highest number of home infractions across the whole country.



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Home insurance in France - statistics & facts

Since the beginning of the coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, according to the French Insurance Federation (FFA), more than 400 million euros have been pledged by insurance companies to the solidarity fund in order to help very small businesses and people who are self-employed. In 2019, French insurers also had 2.6 billion euros in assets under management, the majority of which were invested in corporate assets. Insurers additionally hold 17 percent of the French government's debt, making them the leading domestic investors.
Among these investors, the five biggest insurance groups totaled almost 32 billion euros in terms of revenue in 2019, and Axa (France) represents the second largest European insurance company with assets under management. As of the end of 2019, a total of 868 insurance companies were based in the country, making it the leading market in Europe.

Home insurance and premium

While home insurance in France remains optional for owners, it is mandatory for tenants who move into an apartment. The average value of premiums has increased steadily from 2014, reaching 255 euros in 2019. The insurance's price depends on the dimension of the apartment or house and on the region in which the apartment is located.

Multi-risk insurance cover and claims

French law requires taking out at least an insurance contract covering rental risks. Usually this is called the multi-risk home (MRH) insurance cover and it is offered by all insurers. It protects homes from damage caused by fire, water, weather disruptions and even theft and burglaries. In 2019, the highest number of claims were linked to water damage. Notwithstanding, fire accidents and damage resulted in the highest claims for French people.

Home trespassing and vandalism

In 2019, nearly 58 percent of households were victims of at least one burglary or non-burglary theft. Moreover, an estimated 580,000 households were vandalized. Finally, it is important to highlight how the richest departments of France, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Île-de-France (Paris metropolitan area) and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes were the regions with the highest number of home infractions across the whole country.



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