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Housing expenditures, housing expenditures as a percentage of disposable income, average disposable income minus net housing expenditures, etc. by tenure and type of household, 2013

SEK, thousands

 Housing
costs
SEK 000s
Housing
expenditures
as a
percentage
of disposable
income
Consumption
scope per
consumption
unit
SEK 000s
Owned - freehold
           
Single without children
56.0 ±4.2 22.5 ±1.7 167.4 ±15.3
-64 yrs
66.1 ±8.9 19.8 ±2.7 212.7 ±21.4
Women
58.8 ±10.2 19.2 ±6.0 206.2 ±34.8
Men
69.6 ±12.0 20.6 ±3.5 222.9 ±33.1
65- yrs
50.5 ±4.0 23.5 ±2.0 139.0 ±13.1
Women
51.3 ±5.4 25.7 ±2.5 129.3 ±17.8
Men
49.7 ±5.9 20.4 ±2.9 145.2 ±17.8
Cohabiting without children
67.5 ±2.4 13.5 ±0.5 223.0 ±7.8
-64 yrs
78.0 ±4.1 13.4 ±0.7 262.5 ±10.7
65- yrs
58.0 ±2.6 13.6 ±0.7 177.7 ±7.9
Single with children
83.6 ±8.4 20.9 ±2.1 133.3 ±9.9
Cohabiting with children
103.9 ±3.8 15.8 ±0.5 172.4 ±4.3
Other households
87.0 ±4.3 12.2 ±0.9 202.7 ±11.9
All households
79.4 ±1.8 15.7 ±0.4 189.3 ±3.8
Owned - leasehold
           
Single without children
53.9 ±2.1 19.5 ±0.5 155.2 ±10.3
-64 yrs
54.9 ±3.1 24.0 ±1.2 194.3 ±10.7
Women
52.8 ±3.9 21.0 ±1.5 180.0 ±17.4
Men
56.4 ±4.6 22.9 ±2.7 205.4 ±14.9
65- yrs
52.7 ±2.7 19.7 ±1.7 118.0 ±7.2
Women
52.2 ±2.9 27.4 ±1.3 111.2 ±7.6
Men
53.9 ±6.2 28.3 ±1.9 136.7 ±16.7
Cohabiting without children
74.2 ±3.0 25.4 ±2.5 220.8 ±10.9
-64 yrs
78.4 ±4.2 15.2 ±0.6 252.3 ±13.5
65- yrs
68.5 ±4.0 14.3 ±1.0 173.8 ±11.8
Single with children
77.1 ±8.3 16.3 ±0.8 121.3 ±17.1
Cohabiting with children
95.5 ±5.5 23.5 ±2.4 161.8 ±9.8
Other households
83.1 ±4.9 14.9 ±1.5 179.3 ±9.9
All households
67.1 ±1.7 19.5 ±0.5 177.9 ±5.1
Rental
           
Single without children
60.3 ±1.4 34.3 ±1.5 103.8 ±7.0
-64 yrs
58.4 ±1.8 29.3 ±1.5 130.7 ±10.7
Women
58.6 ±2.4 30.0 ±2.3 124.2 ±16.7
Men
58.3 ±2.6 29.2 ±1.9 136.7 ±13.7
65- yrs
63.8 ±2.3 40.7 ±1.7 87.5 ±2.9
Women
64.4 ±2.4 41.5 ±1.9 85.3 ±2.9
Men
61.9 ±5.6 34.9 ±3.9 100.9 ±11.1
Cohabiting without children
78.0 ±2.4 20.1 ±0.9 172.9 ±10.3
-64 yrs
76.3 ±3.0 18.1 ±0.9 197.5 ±13.3
65- yrs
81.1 ±4.2 25.2 ±1.5 130.3 ±9.4
Single with children
74.0 ±2.0 29.7 ±1.3 89.5 ±5.2
Cohabiting with children
88.0 ±3.4 20.8 ±0.7 125.9 ±9.8
Other households
81.8 ±3.2 20.4 ±2.0 122.9 ±12.1
All households
69.0 ±1.1 27.9 ±0.8 123.7 ±4.2
All types of tenure
           
Single without children
57.9 ±1.2 28.4 ±0.9 127.8 ±5.4
-64 yrs
58.4 ±1.7 25.9 ±1.1 158.8 ±8.8
Women
57.1 ±2.1 27.6 ±1.6 148.2 ±13.5
Men
59.3 ±2.5 25.4 ±1.4 166.2 ±12.0
65- yrs
57.9 ±1.2 32.5 ±1.6 104.6 ±4.6
Women
58.2 ±1.9 35.3 ±1.8 94.5 ±4.6
Men
55.1 ±3.5 25.7 ±2.0 126.8 ±8.7
Cohabiting without children
71.7 ±1.6 15.7 ±0.5 209.6 ±5.9
-64 yrs
77.6 ±2.3 15.2 ±0.5 239.0 ±7.2
65- yrs
64.7 ±2.0 16.2 ±0.6 165.9 ±5.4
Single with children
76.7 ±2.7 27.0 ±1.1 102.9 ±5.5
Cohabiting with children
99.2 ±2.6 17.0 ±0.5 161.0 ±3.7
Other households
84.7 ±2.6 15.0 ±0.7 178.5 ±6.7
All households
72.6 ±0.9 20.8 ±0.4 166.3 ±2.8

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Values to the right of the symbol ± represent a 95% confidence interval around the point estimate.

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