Wear rate in 2012


The publication of the usury rate defines every quarter the maximum rates authorized for loans taken out by individuals.

Calculation of wear rate

Usury rates are calculated on the basis of the average rates charged by banks over the previous quarter, increased by 33%. For example if the average rate for consumer loans under US $ 1524 was 18% in the first quarter, in the second quarter the usury rate would be 24% (18 + 18 x 1/3 = 24).

The rate of wear is a maximum rate

It is a protection for the consumer which thus avoids slippage of rates of certain establishments which could tend to "let slip the rates" on certain types of customers at risk.

Since 2013, the Lagarde laws merged the usury rates for all consumer loans (personal loan and revolving credit).

Evolution of wear rates

Wear rate in 2012
Mortgage loan
1st trimester 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter
fixed rate loan 6.24% 6.32% 6.36% 5.99%
variable rate loan 5.83% 5.88% 5.81% 5.64%
relay loan 6.43% 6.48% 6.32% 5.89%
Ready for consumption
1st trimester 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter
Personal loan
≤ $ 1524
20.65% 20.56% 20.25% 20.30%
revolving loan
> $ 1524 and
≤ $ 3000
19.15% 19.15% 19.24% 19.58%
Personal loan
> $ 1524 and
≤ $ 3000
13.98% 15.27% 16.40% 17.67%
revolving loan
> $ 3000 and
≤ $ 6,000
17.69% 17.15% 16.88% 16.75%
Personal loan
> $ 3000 and
≤ $ 6,000
12.51% 13.27% 14.04% 14.84%
revolving loan
> $ 6,000
15.78% 14.81% 14.07% 13.11%
Personal loan
> $ 6,000
10.60% 10.93% 11.23% 11.20%

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