This usually does not happen. You can always ask. I have seen banks make concessions to buyers and yes some do allow some closing costs credits. Your offer needs to be structured to try to help cover the potential costs.
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the higher purchase price to get the credit for closing costs at the closing....But yes you can always
try at the time of presenting the offer.
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However, as Ron stated below, typically they will never "pay" for your closing costs. You will often have to, in effect, "finance them into your loan" by having to increasing your offer to account for the credit they are giving you.
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