Drive along with the Wayne Schilstra Team as we explore the town of Smithville, where we live, work and our future plans.
Drive along with the Wayne Schilstra Team as we tour Alma Acres – Anderson Crescent – Old Town – Blue Ribbon Estates -Brookside – Harvest Heights – Streamside – Wes-Li Gardens & Station Meadows in Smithville Ontario. View the map. Scroll down for more real estate stats for these neighbourhoods.
Real Estate Values 1995 – 2015 – By Smithville Neighbourhood 2015 & 2016 YTD
Smithville Real Estate Median List & Sold Prices 1995 – 2015
"...affordable housing in an suburban community."
SOURCE: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Median list & sold price for residential properties in Smithville, Ontario from 1995 to 2015.
SOURCE: MLS DATA RAHB
Smithville Neighbourhoods Median List & Sold Prices 2015 and YTD 2016
2016: "…the lowest inventory in 10 years makes for a very strong seller’s market."
SOURCE: MLS DATA RAHB
Where We Live: Smithville Neighbourhoods Map
How We Live: Smithville Population & Dwellings 2011
"...single-detached houses, privately owned."
How We Live: Population Growth in West Lincoln
"Population growth in the community was slightly lower than the Province and Country as a whole but well above the 0.9 % growth rate in the Niagara Region." Source: Economic Development
Our Future Planned: Urban Development in Smithville
"... West Lincoln’s proximity to Hamilton, its growth has been determined by a growing out migration from that city; primarily by younger families seeking a more cost effective housing market and retirees seeking a smaller town environment.
Source: Economic Development"
Our Future Planned: Land Use Schedule for Smithville
"The Township of West Lincoln Official Plan recognizes Smithville as the centre of residential, commercial, and industrial growth within the Township. Smithville is characterized as a small town environment that its residents wish to maintain."
Where & How We Work: Economic Development in West Lincoln
the population in West Lincoln has a higher median income that either the Ontario or Canadian median level
Agriculture establishments dominate the West Lincoln economy...
Where & How We Work: Location of Work & Commuters
"...most of the local labour force is employed by manufacturing-related businesses located outside of the West Lincoln."
Other: Haldimand County: 175 Welland : 140 St. Catharines: 145 Toronto: 115 Oakville: 105 Mississauga: 80 Pelham: 65 Thorold: 40 Milton: 35 Niagara Falls: 35 Cambridge:30 NOTL: 25 Fort Erie: 20 Source: Statistics Canada 2011 National Household Survey.
"The largest share of the community’s workers travel to Hamilton each day for work (1,740 in total)...over 4,000 people leave West Lincoln each day to go to work ..."