RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE

WE ARE ONE TEAM TO BUILD YOUR FUTURE.

Our business is your business. As an established, respected and comprehensive real estate services company headquartered in Southwest Ohio, we are a single point of contact designed to make your path to the future easier. Our goal is to deliver seamlessly, on budget and on time.

Henkle Schueler Realtors® has been serving Southwest Ohio communities for more than 80 years. We continue to broker farm land, as our founder George Henkle did, but we also sell multi-million dollar homes, starter homes, and everything in between. Our experienced agents are ready and eager to assist with your home search or to help you sell your current residence.

OUR GOAL
We will serve all your real estate needs, whether you’re buying or selling, in a professional manner; and will make this important transitional period as smooth as possible. By serving your needs we serve ours.

OUR STORY
Henkle Schueler Realtors® traces its beginnings to 1935 when George Henkle formed it as a real estate and farm brokerage in Lebanon, Ohio. One of his most notable deals was the 1,500-acre sale of farm land to Taft Broadcasting – the site where Kings Island now stands. Mike Schueler joined Mr. Henkle in 1974 and was named president of the company in 1976.

OUR PROMISE
We’re with you from Sign Up to Sign Down! Let the experienced Henkle Schueler professionals help you buy or sell your home with confidence. Henkle Schueler has been the preferred Realtors® for Lebanon and Warren County, Ohio for more than 75 years.

Interest Rates are Low – A Great Time to Finance a Commercial Construction Project

Choosing to build a new facility for your business is a major decision. It can mean working with multiple contractors and subcontractors to make sure the design and construction of the project meets the specific goals you have in mind for it, and stays on schedule and on budget. You may also want to investigate and take advantage of tax abatements or other forms of incentive sometimes offered by state and local governments. Sustainable business construction is another option to consider; if you go that route, you will need guidance from someone familiar with LEED certification standards of the U.S. Green Building Council.

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