A few things come into play, loan fees, taxes, credits towards closing costs, etc. The best advice i can give is to reach out to your lender and ask for a GFE (good faith estimate). This will list all detailed charges.
As George indicated, it really depends on the lender's costs, agent costs, transfer fees in your city, etc. Your best bet is to ask your lender, agent or escrow officer to draw up a list of estimated closing costs on your home. They will have better access to the real numbers than we will here on Trulia.
It depends if you want lender paid closing costs and slightly higher rate or rock bottom and you cover the costs. Generally speaking the closing costs for purchasing a home at that sales price is generally 2-3% depending on the time of year you're buying (tax impounds increase as the year progresses). It better to buy in January as opposed to August. Let me know if you need assistance. by clicking on my profile. I am a direct lender and offer great rates and low fees.