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It all comes down to motivation! If a homeowner is motivated to sell, he/she will entertain paying some closing costs for the buyer. If the motivation is low, or the activity level is high on the property offered for sale, homeowners will be far less likely to pay buyers' closing costs.
Hello mgroark1,In California, it is not uncommon for a seller to pay for a portion of the buyer's closing cost. As for how the fees are calculated, they are actually based on the purchase price of the home and a buyer would be provided with a financial statement outlining all associated costs with the transaction.
Depends on where you are at and what the purchase price and selling situation is.
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