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Oaktown/Bruceville Area

Buyer is looking for the North Knox area property in the towns of Oaktown or Bruceville, 2,000 sq. ft. with garage or barn. Buyer: L.D.
Realtor: Tyler Simmons 

Pond or Lake Setting

Home within 20 minutes of Vincennes in Indiana with a pond or lake on the property in the $175,000 to $200,000 range. Buyer: K.B.
Realtor: Dennis Massey 

Four Lakes Area

2 bedroom home in the Four Lakes Area up to $90,000. Buyer: K.R.
Realtor: Jan Eisenhut 

3 Acres

Would like a wooded space to build a home. Buyer: B.B.
Realtor: Karen Goodman 

Home with 2-7 Acres

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, can be in Vincennes or Monroe City Area. Buyer P.E.
Realtor: Heath Klein 

2-4 Bay Garage

2-4 bay garage wanted for car detailing . Looking in Vincennes IN to Olney IL. to lease or to purchase. Buyer: J.C.
Realtor: Jan Eisenhut 

North Knox School District

Property up to $400,000 in the Knox County area. Buyer D.B.
Realtor: Judy Massey 

2,000 to 3,000 sq. ft.

of living space with in ground pool. Price point of $200,000 to $300,000. Buyer J.K.
Realtor: Tyler Simmons 

One Level Home

3 bedrooms, 2 baths with approx. 1,500 to 2,000 sq. ft. up to $150,000. Buyer M & B.C.
Realtor: Beth Hicks 

3 Bedroom Home

1.5 to 2 baths, basement and priced up to $140,000. Buyer T.C.
Realtor: Karen Goodman 

1-2 Bedroom Home

Home with minimal work needed to be used as a rental up to $50,000. Buyer: E.S.
Realtor: Heath Klein 

Open Floor Plan

2-3 BR home, open floor plan, basement, 2 car garage in Vincennes up to $200,000.Buyer J.P.
Realtor: Jan Eisenhut 

1 to 5 Acres

on the Wabash or White River on Indiana or Illinois side. Up to $5,000 an acre. Buyer D.S.
Realtor: Tyler Simmons 

$100,000 to $150,000

Approx. 1,800 to 2,200 sq. ft. home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and all on one level. Buyer C & K.E.
Realtor: Beth Hicks 

North Knox Area

Home with little or no updates needed, priced up to $165,000. Buyer D.H.
Realtor: Heath Klein 

Up to $100,000

Buyer looking for a 2/3 bedroom home in the Vincennes area up to $100,000. Buyer: D.H.
Realtor: Tyler Simmons 

3-4 Bedrooms

Up to $175,000 with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2,000 to 2,500 sq. ft. Buyer E. & L. S.
Realtor: Beth Hicks 

Wheatland/Monroe City Area

Client looking for a home in the Wheatland/Monroe City area in the $200,000 to $250,000 range. Buyer: J.H.
Realtor: Tyler Simmons 

2-3 Bedroom Home

2-3 Bedroom home in Vincennes with 1.5 to 2 baths, fenced yard and garage up to $100,000. Buyer: B.S.
Realtor: Jan Eisenhut 

Oaktown/Carlisle Area

3 or 4 bedroom home in the Oaktown/Carlisle Area. Buyer: W.H.
Realtor: Tyler Simmons 

One Level

2 bedrooms, 1 bath in Vincennes all on one level and up to $100,000. Buyer: J.S.
Realtor: Beth Hicks 

Up to $90,000

3 Bedroom, 2 bath home with basement, garage and priced at $90,000 or below. Buyer: H.D.
Realtor: Jan Eisenhut 

Farm Land

Looking for 50 to 100 acres of farm ground. Buyer: J.F.
Realtor: Beth Hicks 


Looking for a move in ready 2 or more bedroom in Vincennes. K.B.
Realtor: Dennis Massey 

2 Bedroom Home

Looking for 2 bedroom with 1.5 to 2 bathrooms and a garage. Priced up to $80,000. Buyer: P.H.
Realtor: Beth Hicks 

South Knox School District

Buyer wanting to be in the South Knox School District and looking at homes up to $300,000. Buyer: E.L.
Realtor: Dennis Massey 

Wooded Land

50-100 acres of wooded land for hunting & fishing. Buyer: K.E.
Realtor: Beth Hicks 


Looking for a 2+ bedroom home with garage, gas forced air heating and on one level. Buyer: W.M.
Realtor: Heath Klein 


This was our first time buying a house & we were clueless. Judy & Denny helped us so much along the way. Very pleased with the work they put in to really help us find a home. Both are very educated about the area & answered all the questions we asked. Hands down, they are the best Realtors in town!, Kimberly Dennis-Pippin & Magen Pippin

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Before offering to issue a title insurance policy, a title company will do a title search to learn whether there are any problems or limitations with the title. This search is done in an effort to minimize the risks of offering insurance. By minimizing the risks of claims being made, a title insurance company is able to offer its insurance policies for a relatively low, one-time fee. Problems such as deeds, wills, and/or trusts that contain improper vesting and incorrect names, outstanding mortgages, judgments, and tax liens, easements, or incorrect notary acknowledgments are generally found through the title search and usually can be cleared up before the closing on the property.

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