Rhonda, that question is not as easy as "is the wall red or blue?" You can have 10 different transactions in which the seller pays 10 different items as many are negotiable. And the type of financing the buyer uses also plays into this as a VA buyer is not able to pay certain items that a conventional loan buyer can pay...because there are so many variables, I'll just give you a quick answer - typically a seller will pay any real estate commissions, prorated taxes from 1 Jan until closing, a potion of escrow fees based on Title Company, any negotiated closing cost assistance fees...Title Policy is negotiable, survey is negotiable, some recording fees and Title Company fees depending on the fees specific to the individual Title Company.....the Best Way to get a more accurate answer is to get with your agent and ask for a break down by sales price for a few different prices which can be broken down by payment (FHA, VA, Cash, Conventional, USDA if eligible, assumption, etc..)
Long answer and vague I know, but there are too many variables to give you a one word answer. Good Luck!