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Closing costs in Kentucky
See how much you might have to shell out in closing costs when you buy or sell a home in this state.
According to data from ClosingCorp, the average closing cost in Kentucky is $2,229.03 after taxes, or approximately 1.11% to 2.23% of the final home sale price.
Closing cost stats in Kentucky
Across the state, the average home sells for between $100,000 and $200,000. If you buy a property in that range, expect to pay between $1,114.52 and $4,458.06 in closing costs after taxes.
|Average home sale price||$100,000 to $200,000|
|Average total closing cost||$2,229.03|
|Expected closing cost range||$1,114.52 to $4,458.06|
|Percentage of closing cost to home sale price||1.11% to 2.23%|
How much does tax affect the closing cost?
Buyers and sellers in Kentucky pay an average of $159.97 in tax combined for the closing. This accounts for 7.18% of the total average closing cost in Kentucky.
|Average tax paid||$159.97|
|Percentage of total closing cost||7.18%|
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How do closing costs in Kentucky compare nationally?
The closing costs for buying a home in Kentucky are
amongst the nation's highest
after accounting for taxes. It’s 9th
in our rankings which rates states from lowest to highest closing cost.
|Average total closing cost in Kentucky||Ranking*|
*Ranked from lowest to highest of the 50 states plus Washington DC
Closing costs are inevitable when you're buying or selling a property. The exact amount will vary depending on where the property is located in Kentucky.
To save on your home loan, consider comparing the fees and rates of top lenders before signing.
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