That's funny, it looks like Jim copy and pasted Brad's answer.
However, one thing both neglected to say: As a seller you shouldn't pay
Typically, you will have Title insurance (based on sales price, for example: $700 for a sale of abt $160,000 - $170,000), Broker commission (if applicable), taxes (abt one year's because we do pay in arrears), Title fee for closing services (abt $130-$150). You mentioned condo fees, so yes, if you sell a condo, you must catch up (prorate) the fees - of course if you are paid ahead, you'll get the overage back.
Finally, work with a good title company. Of course, I always suggest using a good agent like myself.
But if you are going alone, your title company will provide you a net profit statement and Jerry Andrews,
317-251-6705, can do you a good appraisal, so you know where to price your home.
I hope that fleshes out the numbers a little better for you.
Thx for asking,
Indpls and surrounding