Q: We are selling our home for cash. What fees is each party responsible to pay? We live in Florida
A: Couldn't say for sure without knowing the purchase price and terms of Contract. Typically, the seller pays the doc stamps for recording the deed and the buyer and seller split the closing costs. If there is title insurance, the seller would pay for the owner's policy and the title search. It would be best if you had a real estate attorney to handle the closing for you to be sure you have the correct forms and each side pays the correct amount.
A: The contract determines what closing costs are paid by each party to the transaction. Having said that, typically, as a seller, you should expect to pay real estate commissions. You should also expect to pay documentary stamp taxes on the deed. You will also be required to pay for the title search and any cost related to correcting title defects.
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