Closing cost whovpays for it? Seller or buyer?Who pays closing cost? The seller ore the buyer? We tried purchasing a home and the seller refuses to pay the closing cost, saying he does not have the cash Tio pay for it....How much is
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It is a fee charged to transfer title on any real property sale, Pamela, not just a foreclosure. From the Georgia Department of Revenue website...Real estate transfer tax is an excise tax on transactions involving the sale of real property where title to the property is transferred from the seller to the buyer.
Before a deed, security instrument, or other writing can be recorded in the office of the clerk of the superior court, the real estate transfer tax must be paid. Once the tax has been paid the clerk of the superior court or their deputy will attach to the deed, instrument or other writing a certification that the tax has been paid.
The real estate transfer tax is based upon the property's sale price at the rate of $1 for the first $1,000 or fractional part of $1,000 and at the rate of 10 cents for each additional $100 or fractional part of $100. The tax must be paid by the person who executes the deed, instrument, or other writing or the person for whose use or benefit the deed, instrument, or other writing is executed. The real estate transfer tax is paid by the seller unless otherwise agreed by contract between the parties.
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