As Thom said.....it depends on what you've agreed to pay. First, I can't see why you would have an appraisal fee since it makes no sense to do an appraisal unless you have short sale approval. The value of a home can vary widely over time and certainly an appraisal done a year ago is no longer valid.
If you've opened escrow, then you can see clearly on the escrow instructions what you've agreed to pay. these fees are normally incurred after you have approval.
If your agent has a Broker....speak to them and see what you can work out.
All the best!
Unless you have agreed in advance - in writing - to pay these fees, you should not pay anything.
Best of luck,
Broker / Owner & Certified HAFA Specialist
Thom Colby Properties
Newport Beach, CA
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