Realtors® can provide a similar statement called a Buyer’s Estimated Closing Statement or Seller’s Net Sheet for the seller. For the Buyer Estimated Closing Costs, your Realtor® would need to know the loan amount, interest rate and what the lender fees are for the loan.
Your best bet is to get the Good Faith Estimate from your lender. We can figure out your estimated closing costs based on your loan or if you are paying cash. But we need more information from you regarding that.
- Call us at 800-300-6126 or email Jay Valento at Jay@redwagonteam.com to schedule a free buyer consultation so you know all of the steps necessary to buying a home and what costs are involved. And, you will receive a free copy of our popular “Red Wagon Team Home Buyer’s Guide” authored by Jay Valento. Its a 50 page guide that gives you tips and strategies for buying a home. Our clients love it.
- Title Insurance Premiums for a title policy on your property
- Escrow Fee – is for the escrow company to process all of the property documents
- Document Preparation Fee
- Notary Fees – a fee is charged to notarized documents that will be recorded at the county recorder’s office.
- Recording Charges for all documents in the Buyer’s name
- Interest on new loan from date of funding to 30 days prior to first payment
- All new loan charges – this could include a fee for credit reports, applications, etc.
- Tax Proration – a prorated amount from the date of ownership.
- Homeowner’s Association Transfer Fee (if a condo, town home or planned unit development)
- Home Warranty (most sellers in southern California are asked to pay for this item in a purchase contract)
- Any City Transfer Tax or County Transfer Tax
- Fire Insurance Premium for the 1st year. Call your favorite Insurance Company after your offer gets accepted so they can begin work on an insurance policy for your new purchase of a home, condo, luxury estate or income property
No Closing Costs Offer Strategy
Q.) “Can I ask the Seller to pay for buyer closing costs when I make an offer?”
A.) Yes. Closing costs are a negotiable item when submitting an offer on a property.
Buyer Closing Costs Average About 3% of the Purchase Price
All of your buyer closing costs will be spelled out in your final closing statement provided by the escrow company. Closing costs typically run 3 to 5% of the purchase price. That is why it is important to meet with a lender in the beginning of your real estate adventure and look at the costs involved so you can make wise decisions.
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Just fill out this form with your purchase price, down payment, type of loan (if known), property type and we will send you an estimate within 24 hours as a free real estate service. We will determine an estimate of your “buyer closing costs“. Plus, compare your current financing payments with a local lender that most of our clients work with. The comparison payment options from a lender are free too.