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 »

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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Talk to your realtor and your chosen title company to learn their fees, and figure out what balance remains on the mortgage, if any, says Realtor.com. Use an online calculator such as those provided by Samuel Scott Finan... More »

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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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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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To estimate the costs of managing a property, add in items, such as insurance, homeowner's association fees and property taxes, and add those to an estimate of maintenance and other costs. The total likely ranges between... More »

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In escrow, a buyer's closing cost considerations are a calculation of fees due to loan points, title insurance, prepaid interest and account fees. A real estate agent can provide the buyer relevant tax information and ca... More »