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How much house can you afford? Add to ...

It costs $360,000 on average to buy a home in Canada, which means an immense mortgage is all but inevitable for buyers. How much of a mortgage can you handle, and what steps can you take to make sure you don't take on too much?

Personal finance columnist Rob Carrick took your questions in a live discussion.

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