Typical fees would include legal counsel, state transfer fees and some bank fees. Most of the costs incured for a selling a property are those paid for by the buyer --inspections, appraisals, title searches, surveys and legal counsel. This may vary from state to state but generally seller side are minimum.
I would agree with Susan and team. The difference between escrow fees charged by title are minimal. I would also add that is you have a loan on the home, there may be processing fees included in payoff. I have seen these range from $250-300 per loan.
In Santa Clara county, the seller's fee includes the title insurance (for the buyer); escrow fees; county transfer tax; misc recording and document prep fees; geo & hazard report fees; costs of repairs and / or section one clearance agreed upon according to the contract. Sellers typically have inspections done prior to listing and these fees are often paid in escrow: property inspection; termite inspection; roof inspection; pool inspection; chimney inspection. The title companies fees vary but are generally in the same ball park. Hope this helps.