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Closing costs: 5 most expensive states

Closing Costs » 5 Most Expensive States

Source: Bankrate.com exclusive 2013 survey of closing costs.

Bankrate.com conducted its exclusive 2013 survey of closing costs in the largest city in each state, plus Washington, D.C. See which states had the highest fees for services such as loan origination and credit reports.

Highest closing costs: Hawaii

Based on a $200,000 mortgage in Honolulu, Hawaii
Lender origination fees: $1,970
Third-party fees: $949
Average closing costs: $2,919
National average closing costs: $2,402

2nd-highest closing costs: Alaska

Based on a $200,000 mortgage in Anchorage, Alaska
Lender origination fees: $1,925
Third-party fees: $750
Average closing costs: $2,675
National average closing costs: $2,402

3rd-highest closing costs: South Carolina

Based on a $200,000 mortgage in Greenville, S.C.
Lender origination fees: $1,935
Third-party fees: $723
Average closing costs: $2,658
National average closing costs: $2,402

4th-highest closing costs: California

Based on a $200,000 mortgage in Los Angeles
Lender origination fees: $1,977
Third-party fees: $662
Average closing costs: $2,639
National average closing costs: $2,402

5th-highest closing costs: New Mexico

Based on a $200,000 mortgage in Albuquerque, N.M.
Lender origination fees: $1,807
Third-party fees: $760
Average closing costs: $2,566
National average closing costs: $2,402

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