How much do you need to earn to buy a house in Winnipeg?
According to numbers compiled from RentSeeker.ca, in 2014, Manitoba's average house price was $263,159. In 2015, that rose to $264,739.
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But Manitoba remains one of the most affordable places to purchase a home among major Canadian cities.
The rental website also released the necessary income Canadians need in each province and city to buy a home. In Winnipeg, the necessary income to buy a home was $43,813.
Vancouver, meanwhile, had a needed income of more than $120,000 and Toronto's was more than $87,000 per year.
Cities like Regina and Halifax had similar necessary incomes to Winnipeg, but both were still higher than the prairie city.
The affordability estimates were based on a down payment of 20 per cent, with a 2.5 per cent interest rate on five-year, fixed-rate mortgage over a 25-year amortization.