Thomas has given you a pretty good over-view of the costs. I'd respectfully suggest that the title company charges are a bit on the "light" side. The title insurers have been raising their rates over the last couple of years.
Here's my take -
Lenders Title Insurance Policy - $825 for a property costing $100,000 or less. Add $20 for each additional $10,000 - details at http://www.wasserlaw.net/Real%20Estate/Title%20Rates.htm
Title Search Update / Later Date Fee - $75.00
Title Endorsements - $125 each. This varies depending on the type of loan and property you are buying, but figure $250 total
Escrow Closing Fee $450 for that $100,000 property, plus $50 for each $50,000 (more or less)
$3 state registration fee for title insurance
$106 recording fee for deed & mortgage (variable based on the number of pages)
$50-75 delivery fees
Municipal Transfer taxes vary - details at http://www.atgf.com/member/transferTax/default.asp
Your mortgage lender is required to give you a good faith estimate of closing costs. Invariably, they are also light on the title company charges.
Your lawyer should be able to help you "refine" that good faith estimate.