Eric Wedemeyer, Associate Real Estate Broker

Eric Wedemeyer, Associate Real Estate Broker
Email: coldwell@catskill.net

Office Phone:
(845) 586-3321 ext 16

Mobile Phone:
(607) 434-4660


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Eric Wedemeyer is an Associate Broker with Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties and works out of the company's Margaretville, NY Real Estate office.

I founded Timberland Properties in 1971 to serve the needs of Catskill Region Real Estate Buyers and Sellers.

In 1994, the company joined the Coldwell Banker Real Estate family, a move that enabled Timberland Properties to offer the sort of services that only a top-flight, nationally connected company can provide. 

A long-time resident of the Upstate NY Region, I have been active in many local organizations including having served as president of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce in Delhi, NY.

I have received numerous professional recognitions such as the Coldwell Banker "President's Elite" and "Top Producer" awards. I have also been named the Delaware County, NY Business Advocate of the Year, and have received certificates of merit from both the New York State Senate and the New York State Assembly for my outstanding achievements in Real Estate in New York State.

I received a BA degree from Boston University and an MBA from the University of Southern California and Adelphi University.

If you wish to consult with me on your Catskill Region Real Estate needs, please phone or e-mail me today.

My Listings - Upstate New York Real Estate


Vacant Land Listings

Catskills Region Commercial Acreage - Catskills Region Commercial Acreage
$250,000 - Windham NY - 6.82 acres - #39126


Agent(s): Ashley, Leighton Wedemeyer, Eric
Catskills Region Commercial Acreage
6.82 Acres Gently Sloping with Flat & Wooded Areas
Highly Suited to Commercial Development


INCREDIBLE LOCATION - Incredible Location
$110,000 - Shandaken NY - 4.10 acres - #39070


Agent(s): Wedemeyer, Eric Ashley, Leighton
Incredible Location
Woodstock Brewery & Phoenicia Diner are Neighbors
A Rare Find in the Central Catskills