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Erik J. Weisskopf, ABR,CDPE,CRS,GRI
If you want owner's title insurance, you would pay for that at closing. There are taxes from the state and county when you buy a home. You won't have to pay HOA prior to the date of sale but there may be some pre-paid HOA amounts on your HUD-1. There will be some charges from the title company to handle the closing, and there may be property taxes that you pay starting with the closing date through to the next billing date. If you want a survey, you can order it as part of this process and have the cost be part of your closing costs as well.
That depends on the sales price of the transaction. The closing costs will include title insurance for the lender if there is a loan and the owner (if you want owners insurance). The costs will also include recordation taxes, possibly a survey and a settlement fee. I am a settlement agent with a local title company in Fairfax Virginia and can provide you with a detailed quote if you let me know the sales price. It hinges on that and the other variables which I mentioned above (loan or no loan basically)......hope that helps....John/ATG Title
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you could talk to the title company you are using and they should be happy to answer the question. Their is the calculation for the state tax and and the county tax. However for the title company charges, real estate tax, and HOA fees, you would have to talk to the title company.