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Sylvia Paul, Agent, Apopka, FL
Wed Jul 18, 2012
About 3.5% should cover it for a normal closing (working with an agent and using a seller designated closing company). However it sounds like you will be using an attorney in which case they set their own fees. Suggest you get an estimate from the attorney then shop around. Best of luck to you.
Sylvia paul
Realty Center
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Javier Rodri…, , Orlando, FL
Wed Jul 18, 2012

Contact my title company Gold Star Title as they should be able to provide you such information. Most times Attorneys are more expensive.

Talk to Maria Caban or Jennifer Correa.

Javier R.
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Mark LeMenag…, Agent, Lake Nona Orlando, FL
Wed Jul 18, 2012
Actually if you buy this late in the year, but before November 1st, then you can expect your closing costs to be close to zero or even negative. Just had a client close on a $55,000 condo and her closing cost was $31. It's all becuase of the property tax pro-ration. The seller is paying the buyer their share of the taxes that will be due in November.
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John R Gord…, Agent, Orlando, FL
Wed Jul 18, 2012
Assuming this is a cash purchase the closing costs should not exceed 2 %. A loan would increase closing costs by roughly 1%
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thanks, yes it would be a cash purchase, do you by any chance know the breakdown of such costs? or a site that i could use to find out averages?
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