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The costs that homeowners incur when selling a house include sales taxes, administrative fees and closing costs, according to Realtor.com. Additional expenses apply if the homeowner agrees to cover the costs of a home wa... More »

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One of the most important things a homeowner can do to create a quick sale is make the exterior and interior of the property look as visually appealing as possible. When a potential buyer pulls up, he experiences a first... More »

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The closing costs when selling a house are typically about 6 to 10 percent of the property's sales price; these costs include the real estate sales commission, loan payoff, title insurance fees, transfer taxes, and recor... More »

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According to About.com, as a cash-in-hand buyer, you are free from the closing costs associated with taking out a mortgage, but you will be expected to cover at least some of the costs related to escrow; document-transfe... More »

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Potential homeowners can save money and avoid unnecessary closing costs by requesting mortgage rates and a list of fees and closing costs from several mortgage companies, explains HSH Associates. Lenders who know potenti... More »

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The closing costs when selling a house are typically about 6 to 10 percent of the property's sales price; these costs include the real estate sales commission, loan payoff, title insurance fees, transfer taxes, and recor... More »

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Seller’s closing costs include the commission paid to the real estate professional who sold the home, loan payoff costs, recording fees and transfer taxes. Other possible costs include title insurance fees and attorney f... More »

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