Of the ten most affordable real estate markets in Canada, it turns out that three of them are cities in Ontario.\nA report by Point2Homes ranked Halifax, Nova Scotia in first place, followed by Windsor, London, and Oshawa in second, third, and fifth place, respectively. \nEditor's Choice: Mississauga & Brampton Now Have Fancy Self-Isolation Rooms & Everything's Free (VIDEO)\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Point2Homes\n \n \n \nThe ranking compares average household income in the area with average home costs, as well as the percentage of your income that will go towards your mortgage. \nIn Windsor and London, the average homeowner only needs to spend 11.4% of their income on mortgage payments. \nIn Oshawa, it's 12.1%.\nThe report claims that in Windsor and London, incomes have been increasing faster than home prices for the past decade. \nNot all cities in Ontario are blessed with such affordability — the same report by Point2Homes claims that purchasing an average home in Toronto requires a yearly salary of $130,000.\nThe average selling price for a Toronto home was $930,000.