New data has revealed Canada's most affordable cities for buying homes and the mortgage payments would take up only a tiny fraction of your income.\nThe data put forth by Point2Homes shows that nine out of these ten cities have median incomes that are increasing faster than home prices. \nEditor's Choice: New Data Has Just Revealed That These 16 Canadian Cities Are 'Unaffordable'\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nHalifax, NS, is the most affordable city of the 50 markets in the study. The average mortgage here takes up 10.8% of the median household income.\n\n\nPoint2Homes\n\n\nThe most affordable markets are as follows:\n\nHalifax, NS\nWindsor, ON\nLondon, ON\nQuebec, QC\nOshawa, ON\nSaguenay, QC\nSherbrooke, QC\nWinnipeg, MB\nRegina, SK\nTrois-Rivieres, QC\n\nIn Trois-Rivieres, the least affordable city on the list, an average mortgage takes up only 14.5% of a household's income. \nIn comparison, Burnaby, B.C. is at the top of the list when it comes to unaffordable markets. \nMortgages in Burnaby take up 44.7% of household income. \nThe study shows that Burnaby locals would need to make about 54% more to afford the local housing market. \nSo, if you're looking to buy a home and you don't have a big old trust fund, you may want to take a gander at real estate in the most affordable markets in Canada.