Household Housing Debt to Housing Asset Ratio


The value of a Households Assets compared to the Household Debt.

A good way to measure the real value of some Debt is to see what value it has created.

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In Australia, the official ABS figures for December 2013, show that money owing on housing loans taken out by households was equivalent to only 29% of the value of residential land and dwellings owned by households.

Household Debt in Australia was about $80,000 per person in 2013, made up of (approx):

$60,000 in housing debt per person
$20,000 in other debt per person

Those are the averages.  The larger debt will be mainly carried by those with larger incomes, but also

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