Morocco


The Housing Finance Sector data for Morocco extends back to 2001. Please click on the Research Center tab above to access data for previous years not shown.

Morocco: Statistical Data At-A-Glance
IndicatorDataYearSource
Total population33.49 million2014WDI
Urban population (% of total)59.7% of total2014WDI
GDP, current prices (U.S. dollars)103,142 USD (millions)2015WEO
GDP based on PPP per capita GDP (Current international dollar)8,164.42 USD 2015WEO
Inflation, end of period consumer prices (Percent change)1.6%2015WEO
Average bank deposit rate3.8%2015IFS
Lending rateNot available2014IFS
Owner-occupied units67.45% of total2012ROYAUME DU MAROC MINISTERE DE L’HABITAT ET DE LA POLITIQUE DE LA VILLE
Total amount of home mortgage loans outstanding at the end of year in millions of USD:18,110.29 USD (millions)2015Bank Al Maghrib
Total amount of home mortgage loans outstanding at the end of year as % of GDP (current)17.56%2015Bank Al Maghrib
Typical LTV at origination100%2014CIH
Retail funding (deposits/other)primary2014Financial Statements of CIH Bank
Wholesale funding: loans from other banks or corporationssecondary2014Financial Statements of CIH Bank
Typical number of days needed for the transfer of title302015WDI

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The Center for Affordable Housing Finance in Africa is a not-for-profit company with a mission to make Africa's housing finance markets work, with special attention on access to housing finance for the poor. We pursue this mission through the dissemination of research and market intelligence, supporting cross-sector collaborations and a market-based approach. The overall goal is to see an increase of investment in affordable housing and housing finance throughout Africa: more players and better products, with a specific focus on the poor. Our work covers four main areas: (1) understanding housing markets, (2) monitoring housing sector performance, (3) exploring innovation in housing finance, and (4) supporting housing finance market development. Since its formation, the CAHF has come to be known as the most comprehensive and up to date source of information on housing finance in Africa. Our work is available on our website: www.housingfinanceafrica.org.