You will incur closing costs, inspections, title insurance, and misc. fees to the title company. If you are paying cash your title fees should not be more than $1000. If they are question them. Title company's always include junk fees and many will remove some of them if you request it. So figure $1000 for title fees and $1000 for inspections and certificates and you should be in good shape. The only other variables are prepaid expenses that will be prorated by the title company. For instance prepaid taxes.
Make sure you get a copy of the settlement statement (Also known as HUD statement) at least 24 hours before you go to the title agency to close. This way you have time to review it and ensure its accuracy. You do not want to be ambushed by fees when you show up for the closing. Any reputable title agency will not have a problem providing this the day before the closing. This is important because it is not uncommon for these statements to contain errors. If you are using a agent (You definitely should be since it will not cost you anything as the buyer)they can assist you in reading the HUD statement.
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