Toronto is home to more than a billion people, and yet it has a population density of just 1.4 people per square kilometre.
But how does the city compare with other major cities in North America?
A new study by The Conversation and the University of Toronto shows the most common housing types in Toronto are affordable, which means a home with a budget of $1 million to $1.5 million.
While this is not as affordable as many cities in the United States, it is still one of the lowest housing costs in North American cities.
Housing in Toronto is also generally safe, with a low rate of serious crimes.
A study of the city by the Canadian Institute for Health Information, released this month, found that the number of violent crimes in Toronto dropped by more than 50 per cent in 2016 compared to 2015.
This is not surprising given the city’s reputation as a crime-free haven.
Toronto’s Housing Affordability Index (HAI) was one of its best, according to the report, which found that residents of the greater Toronto area had an average housing cost of $8,079 a year in 2016, compared to $12,737 in the surrounding area.
In contrast, people living in Hamilton and Regina had an affordability index of just $1,939 and $4,938 respectively.
The city also had the highest proportion of households with at least one person living in the city.
For a city of 1.3 million people, the proportion of those living in affordable housing was more than double that of all other Canadian cities combined.
But even with this high ratio of affordable housing, the average home price in Toronto still came out at $1m, more than twice the national average.
Toronto is known as the city with the “most expensive real estate in Canada”.
While it may seem like Toronto is only a short flight away from a luxury hotel or a luxury condo, the city has also been known for its housing affordability issues.
For example, residents in Toronto had a median household income of just over $90,000 in 2015, a figure that has been increasing since the late 1990s.
This means that in 2016 the median family income in Toronto was just under $75,000.
And the median household wealth in the Greater Toronto Area was just over US$80,000, or about US$6,000 more than in the rest of the country.
The Housing Affable Index has also found that, in the past three years, the affordability of a home in Toronto has declined significantly, with median home values in the Toronto region falling by a staggering $2.2 billion, or 16 per cent.
The index is now at a rate of 2.2 per cent, according the city, and it is likely that even with an even more modest housing affordability increase, this will continue to increase over the coming years.
What’s the Housing Affability Index all about?
The Housing Index, or Housing Affair Index, measures how affordable a home is relative to other comparable housing.
For this report, the median value of a house in Toronto in 2016 was $1million.
To achieve a 1.2-point increase in the Housing Index between 2015 and 2016, that would mean that the median home value in Toronto would have had to fall by almost $2,000 per year.
While it is important to note that the Housing Score does not factor in the cost of a mortgage, it does consider the cost per square metre of a building, the cost to maintain and repair a property, the costs of repairs, and the value of the property itself.
These factors are taken into account when the value is calculated.
The average Canadian household has a median income of $50,000 a year.
And if you add all of these factors together, the value for a house would have to fall $1-million per year in order for it to be affordable.
How to find the HousingAffairIndex.ca website In addition to its housing index, the website also provides information about affordability, such as the median price of a detached home in a city, as well as a comparison of home prices in other major Canadian cities.
The website also contains the results of a survey, which has been conducted by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), which provides an interactive tool for residents of all age and income groups to compare the cost and value of homes in their area.
These data can be accessed through the Toronto Area Housing Survey, which is an online survey that is administered by TREB and conducted in partnership with the Toronto Housing Authority.
This year, TREB conducted a similar survey of its own members, with the results showing that the average median house price in the GTA has decreased by $1 per square meter since 2016, and that there is now a significant gap between prices in the greater and greater Toronto region.
This gap is currently $2 million per square foot, and TREB says