Housing expenditures as a percentage of disposable income, disposable income and residual income per household by tenure and type of household. Year 2015 - 2017
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The statistics do not include households living in institutions, households in own rental property and households engaged in business activities, such as farmers, who can not distinguish their living expenses from the business activities. Households in Owner-occupied one- or two-dwelling houses or Tenant-owned dwellings that moved in during the reference year and therefore did not have housing expenses throughout the year are not included in the statistics. The statistics do not include households in second-hand housing, student housing, senior housing, households that rented a furnished dwelling and households where there were a lodger.
Owner-occupied one- or two-dwelling houses refer to detached single family houses, semi-detached houses, terraced houses or link-attached houses that the household owns.
Tenant-owned dwelling: A dwelling situated in a one- or two-dwelling house or multi-dwelling building that is owned by an owners´ association, in which one is a member.
Rented dwelling refers to a rented dwelling where the tenant has a first-hand contract, both in one- or two-dwelling houses and multi-dwelling buildings.
Correction 30/01/2017. Housing expenditures, housing expenditures in percent of disposable income and average disposable income minus net housing expenditures are corrected for households in Owner-occupied dwellings and total. The correction refers to the year 2015.
Correction 20/02/2017. The correction refers to the year 2015.
Two dots (..) means that the number is too uncertain to be stated.
The survey is based on a random selection of individuals 18 years and over and the households to which the selected individuals belong. The values in the tables are only estimates of true values in the population. The uncertainty in the estimates is expressed with a confidence interval formed by the estimate ± the margin of error. The confidence interval contains the true population value with 95 percent probability.
Disposable income
Disposable income is the sum of taxable and tax free income minus taxes and negative transfers.
Since property tax and tax deductions for maintenance and repair (ROT) and capital losses and tax on deferred income after sale of previous homes are used to calculate housing expenses, those amounts are not included in the available income reported here. In this way, this income differs from the disposable income reported in the official income statistics. The disposable income includes all households´ income, including the children´s income.
Equalised disposable income minus net housing expenditures is what remains of the disposable income after the housing expenditures have been paid.
Housekeeping unit refers to the household made up of all persons who, on 31 December of the survey year, live together and have a common economy so that the various persons´ expenditures can not, in a meaningful way, be separated. Children aged 20 or older, and still living with their parents, are also included in the housekeeping unit. A housekeeping unit can also consist of several generations, siblings or others, who live together and have common housekeeping.
Single persons without children: households with one adult and no children.
Cohabiting persons without children: households with two adults in cohabitation and no children.
Single persons with children: households with one adult and at least one child 0–19 years.
Cohabiting persons with children: households with two adults in cohabitation and at least one child 0–19 years.
Other households: households where there, in addition to the definition of one of the other household types, is at least one person who is 20 years or older. It can be either a child older than 19 years or another person who has a common household with the reference person.

Contact and information

Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2018-12-14
Contact
Lovisa Sköld, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 64 74
lovisa.skold@scb.se

Karin Rosén Karlsson, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 69 98
karin.rosen@scb.se

Unit
Housing expenditures percentage, median value, Percent:
percent
Housing expenditures percentage, Margin of Error ±, Percent:
percent
Disposable income, median value, SEK 1000s:
SEK 1000s
Disposable income, Margin of error ±, SEK 1000s:
SEK 1000s
Residual income, median value, SEK 1000s:
SEK 1000s
Residual income, Margin of error ±, SEK 1000s:
SEK 1000s
Reference time
Housing expenditures percentage, median value, Percent:
31 December each year
Housing expenditures percentage, Margin of Error ±, Percent:
31 December each year
Disposable income, median value, SEK 1000s:
31 December each year
Disposable income, Margin of error ±, SEK 1000s:
31 December each year
Residual income, median value, SEK 1000s:
31 December each year
Residual income, Margin of error ±, SEK 1000s:
31 December each year
Data type
Housing expenditures percentage, median value, Percent:
Stock
Housing expenditures percentage, Margin of Error ±, Percent:
Stock
Disposable income, median value, SEK 1000s:
Stock
Disposable income, Margin of error ±, SEK 1000s:
Stock
Residual income, median value, SEK 1000s:
Stock
Residual income, Margin of error ±, SEK 1000s:
Stock
Day adjusted
Housing expenditures percentage, median value, Percent:
No
Housing expenditures percentage, Margin of Error ±, Percent:
No
Disposable income, median value, SEK 1000s:
No
Disposable income, Margin of error ±, SEK 1000s:
No
Residual income, median value, SEK 1000s:
No
Residual income, Margin of error ±, SEK 1000s:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Housing expenditures percentage, median value, Percent:
No
Housing expenditures percentage, Margin of Error ±, Percent:
No
Disposable income, median value, SEK 1000s:
No
Disposable income, Margin of error ±, SEK 1000s:
No
Residual income, median value, SEK 1000s:
No
Residual income, Margin of error ±, SEK 1000s:
No
Creation date
2019-11-18
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
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