Luxury condo prices are expected to rise in all major Canadian cities, except this one

Despite a new stress test and rising interest rates, luxury condo prices in Canada’s major cities are expected to climb next year, except in Calgary.

According to Royal LePage’s 2018 Spring Luxury Report, out of all markets surveyed — Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Greater Montreal Area, Greater Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal — Calgary will be the only city to see declines in luxury condo prices in 2019.

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Blaming Vancouver's affordability crisis on foreigners 'a red herring,' says UBC prof

University of British Columbia historian Henry Yu has spent decades studying race, immigration and Asian Canadian history.

In the ongoing debates about housing affordability in B.C., all of those threads come together — sometimes in emotionally charged ways.

Some in the Chinese Canadian community have said they feel unfairly targeted as the root of the problem of housing affordability.

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