What are home closing costs?
Home closing costs are the charges you pay for transferring the ownership of the property from the seller and obtaining the loan from the lender. As the buyer, you can pay the costs in cash or finance them in the loan, unless you negotiated for the seller to pay closing costs. Typically, home closing costs are between 2% and 5% of the home purchase price.
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If premium pricing options are available, it is possible to obtain a No-Closing-Cost Loan. Premium pricing, or lender credit, is a feature offered with some loans where the closing fees are automatically financed; however, the interest rate may be higher.
BBVA Compass will detail your specific closing cost in your Closing Disclosure, which is typically provided to you within three days of your closing.
Enter your mortgage loan details, including purchase price, down payment, term, and interest rate. This will help us estimate your closing costs, which are generally between 2 percent and 5 percent of the purchase price.
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The origination charge is generally between 0.5% and 1% of your mortgage loan, but check with your mortgage specialist to confirm.
These are fees paid for services associated with the purchase of a home that do not represent compensation to the lender and/or broker for originating the loan. A mortgage specialist will help you identify the average cost for these services.
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