Real Estate Developer Recognized by Peers

Real Estate Developer Recognized by Peers


The leader of Warren County development company Schueler Group was recognized by industry peers on June 3rd at the University of Cincinnati Real Estate Center and Program’s 2015 Annual Dinner.

Mike Schueler, chairman and chief executive officer of Schueler Group, was this year’s recipient of the Distinguished Real Estate Service Award.

Each year a professional who best exemplifies an entrepreneurial spirit and concern for their community is bestowed the honor, according to the university. Past recipients include Kay Geiger, president of PNC Bank in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky; and Tom Williams, president and chief executive officer of North American Properties, among others.

Schueler Group, based in Lebanon, manages approximately 3,000 acres of land available for development along the Cincinnati-Dayton corridor, across 19 business parks.

Mike Schueler is called the driving force behind his company’s business deals, and with an ability to select properties with an eye toward growth and profitability.

This article was featured in the Journal News on June 7th, 2015.


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You have a growing business and you need to keep the momentum going to realize your goals. There are a lot of plots of land zoned for commercial use sitting on the market, but it might be hard to find what you want, or conversely, to choose from the many options. To help you in your decision of what commercial land to buy, think about these things: location, neighboring businesses, access to main highways, ease of land development, and possible complications during the construction process. Work with expert real estate agents at a firm that is well-established and well-respected in the area – they’ll know exactly how to help you navigate the site selection and purchase process.

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