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Starting Your Next Chapter: Moving and Downsizing Advice for Seniors

February 21, 2021 Posted by: Exodus Realty

content contributed by Andrea Needham of Many seniors choose to move into a smaller house after the kids move out or once retirement gets closer. Moving involves a lot of steps, such as finding the perfect small home, planning your moving budget and downsizing your possessions. It can be stressful having that much on […]

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Mortgage Musings

February 7, 2021 Posted by: Exodus Realty

With what have been some historically low mortgage rates, mortgage expert and editor Leslie Cook from offers some solid food for thought: If you’re wondering whether you should consider refinancing your home, Cook suggests it may be worthwhile if your current mortgage rate exceeds today’s rates by more than one percentage point. Mortgage refinance […]

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Exodus Realty Owner Celebrates 30 Years in the Industry

January 31, 2021 Posted by: Exodus Realty

Exodus Realty Broker/Owner Andrea Dennett recently reached a milestone anniversary in the real estate industry. She’s been helping people find the perfect home for 30 years now. “I enjoy it just as much today as when I first began,” said Dennett. “My favorite thing about the industry is the people!” Dennett’s interest in real estate was […]

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Exodus Realty Introduces a New Agent

January 24, 2021 Posted by: Exodus Realty

Exodus Realty of Greensburg is proud to announce the addition of a new agent. Amy Bryant joins the staff of Exodus Realty as a new real estate broker. Amy is very familiar with a large cross section of southeastern Indiana. She is a native of southern Rush County who now resides in Decatur County and […]

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To Buy or Rent?

January 11, 2021 Posted by: Exodus Realty

Buy or rent? This is a topic that can be a real struggle. Consider some of these pros and cons to help you make the best decision for your situation: Renting a home means your monthly payments aren’t likely fixed. Rent costs often rise with the start of each new lease. Owning a home means […]

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Lending Language Lessons

December 20, 2020 Posted by: Exodus Realty

Pre-Qualified vs. Pre-Approved: What’s the Difference? If you’re in the market for a new home and know you’ll need a mortgage, you may want to start your search by getting pre-qualified. When you talk with a lender in the early stages of your home search, the lender can give you a general idea of what […]

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Homeowner’s Insurance: Uncovering What Is and Isn’t Covered

December 5, 2020 Posted by: Exodus Realty

“Policy exclusion” is insurance lingo for “it isn’t covered.” If you’ve got homeowner’s insurance, don’t assume everything and/or every incident is covered—there may be some exclusions that you aren’t aware of. According to Brad Hanna, MBA, CPCU, CAC, CRM, ARM, ARe, AU, AIS, there are some scenarios that typically aren’t covered under homeowner’s insurance: Sewer […]

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Mortgage Rates Hit Record Lows–Again

November 21, 2020 Posted by: Exodus Realty

Based on data from Freddie Mac, Realtor Magazine is reporting that the 30-year fixed rate mortgage has set another record low—for the 13th time this year. For the week ending November 19th, the 30-year fixed mortgage rate averaged 2.72%, according to Freddie Mac’s records. This compares to 2.84% the prior week, and 3.66% a year […]

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Tiny Baths Don’t Have To Be A Big Problem

November 8, 2020 Posted by: Exodus Realty

Got a tiny bathroom that you want to remodel? Deborah Kearns at has researched the best ways to get the most out of your tiny space, based on advice from two New-York Based design experts: Smart storage—It’s always a great idea to purge. Beyond getting rid of old, unwanted items, consider how often your […]

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Consumer Confidence in Economy & Housing is Soaring

May 27, 2017 Posted by: Exodus Realty

The success of the housing market is strongly tied to the consumer’s confidence in the overall economy. For that reason, we believe 2017 will be a great year for real estate. Here is just a touch of the news coverage on the subject. HousingWire: “Consumers’ faith in the housing market is stronger than it’s ever […]

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