What Does The Seller Have To Pay When Selling A House?

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If you are ready to put your home on the market, you may ask: “What does the seller have to pay when selling a house”? Seller costs change based on the buyer contract. Here’s more:

Sellers in Las Vegas can reasonably and typically expect to pay commission fees, such as to their real estate agent, agreed upon repairs, 50% of the escrow fee, home warranties, any administration fees associated with the real estate broker, the real estate transfer tax, and title policy fees. You can get the entire list of closing costs for a seller here.
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