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Changing Patterns in Canadian Homeownership and Shelter Costs, 2006 Census: Condominium status

Rates of condominium ownership highest in British Columbia census metropolitan areas

Almost all condominiums (90.4%) are located in census metropolitan areas. Rates of condominium ownership were highest in the four British Columbia census metropolitan areas. Condominium owners accounted for about 31.0% of owned households in Vancouver in 2006, 23.8%, in Abbotsford, 21.2%, in Victoria, and 21.1%, in Kelowna. However, the proportion of condominium owners increased at the fastest pace in Calgary.

Table 4
Percentage of owner households in condominiums, ranked by 2006 percentage, selected census metropolitan areas, 2001 and 2006

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