The only person that can give you the most accurate estimation is your lender. He/she gathers the information from the various sources, i.e., title company, attorney, loan fees, doc fees, etc...
As a guide one of your biggest expenses will be the city transfer tax which is $7.50 per $1000,
$7.50 x $170 = $1275, plus your attorney fee then add the lender fees, doc fees, etc...which again you get from you lender.
If you don't have a lender (meaning you're paying cash) then ask your attorney for the other fees.
Hope this helps & good luck!
If so your closing costs will be lower.
Are you obtaining a Loan?
If so talk to your lender and they should be able to provide you with a rough estimate.
FHA Financing has higher costs than Conventional Financing.
If you put down less than 20%, then your costs will be higher than if you put down more than 20%.
Normal and custmary fees include:
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Bill J Deligiannis
First Centennial Mortgage