California:

Home-buyers can expect closing costs in California to an average of 2% to 3%. There are two types of expenses: one-time (non-recurring) and recurring (pro-rated or ongoing).

For example, if you buy a house in San Diego for $800,000, your one-time and recurring closing costs would range from $16,000 to $24,000.

Florida:

The average closing costs in Florida come to approximately 1.98% of the purchase price. 

Georgia:

Lender’s costs include loan origination fees while third party costs are things like appraisal fees, survey fees, title insurance and taxes among others. Average closing costs range from 0.5 to 5% of the total loan amount. In Georgia, the average amount is $1,897 for a $200,000 mortgage.

Minnesota:

The average closing cost in Minnesota is $3,621 after taxes, or approximately 0.91% to 1.21% of the final home sale price.

Illinois:

In Illinois, the average closing costs are $5,807 after taxes. That comes to between 1.94% and 2.9% of the final home sale price.

North Carolina:

On average in North Carolina, standard closing costs range just over 2.2% of a home’s purchase price. For example, closing costs on a $200,000 home could add up to $4,400 or more.

Rhode Island:

Not including your down-payment on a home, closing costs usually range between 2-5% of the purchase price. This means if an average home in Rhode Island costs between $300,000-$400,000, you can expect to pay between $2,600-$4600 in closing costs.

South Carolina:

Generally speaking, buyers will pay between 2% and 3 % of the purchase price in closing costs. 

Texas:

Typically, home buyers will pay between about 2 to 5 percent of the purchase price of their home in closing fees. So, if your home cost $160,000, you might pay between $3,200 and $7,800 in closing costs.


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