I agree to ask the attorney. They can get you a title quote. However, on an all cash deal, you will still want an owner's policy, which your attorney might call something else, but the cost of it is $2647 if they use anyone other than Old Republic as their underwriter. Standard searches would probably cost no more than another $500, and you would probably pay about $250 to file your deed. If your lawyer thinks that you should have the property surveyed, then that would be an additional cost, somewhere around $600. You would have to adjust quarterly taxes with the seller, and may have to pay the upcoming quarter if it is very soon. Keep in mind that in most instances you would get a $500 property disclosure credit. If it is a new construction, you may have to pay transfer tax. Plus you have your attorney fee, and either an attendance fee or tip to the title closer of around $200.