Ed Emsweller

Land Broker licensed in Ohio and based out of our Columbus, OH Office.

Contact Ed:

Cell: 614-638-4000

Office: 855-384-5263

Fax: 614-675-3366

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Ed Emsweller joined National Land Realty in 2018. Ed has over 30 years of experience in the real estate industry. His areas of expertise include the brokerage of agricultural tracts and development land for industrial, single- and multi-family residential and retail projects. He has held several professional designations including MAI (Member of the Appraisal Institute), as well as the National Association of Realtors’ CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) and SIOR (Society of Industrial and Office Realtors) designations. 

Ed holds a Juris Doctor degree from Capital University Law School, a master’s degree in real estate and urban analysis from the University of Florida, and a bachelor’s degree in economics from West Virginia University. He currently lives in Dublin, Ohio, where he enjoys reading, playing sports, running, traveling, and participating in church-related activities.

Ed's Listings:

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Development Land with Utilities - Delaware County OH

Development Land with Utilities

 

Land Tour 360 Delaware County, OH
125 +/- Acres ($20,000/acre)
$2,500,000

Development land abutting village of Ostrander, which upon annexation will be served by municipal sewers and subject to generous, high-density residential and commercial zoning. Over 3000' on U.S. Highway 36 and another 3600' on Ostrander, Stover and Dean Roads. Likely single-family, apartment and grocery-store anchored retail use. 

Development, Speculation, and Farming Opportunity - Franklin County OH

Development, Speculation, and Farming Opportunity

    

Land Tour 360 Franklin County, OH
153 +/- Acres ($15,000/acre)
$2,295,000

About 153 acres of development land with 2000' of frontage on highly-traveled, 4-lane, median-divided Broad Street (U.S. Route 40, aka National Road), the central east-west road through rapidly growing Columbus, Ohio. Currently farmed. Highly productive, rich soils. Steady farm rental income. Farm and hold for future development. Lies within the Town Center District of the Big Darby Accord Planning Area. Likely approval for 30+ single-family residential lots. Municipal sewers less than a mile ea...

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