Closing costs

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With fees for everything from the appraisal to the wire transfer, getting a mortgage is costly. Closing costs typically add up to thousands of dollars. The good news is that, each year, Bankrate conducts a survey of closing costs in all the states. See what the average fees are for your state, and let us help you save on closing costs when mortgage shopping.

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Closing costs: Over the years

Click through the timeline below to see the closing cost averages of each state over the years.

Year
Highest
Lowest
2014
Texas:$3,046
Nevada:$2,265
Hawaii:$2,919
Wisconsin:$2,119
New York:$5,435
Missouri:$3,006
New York:$6,183
Arkansas:$3,378
New York:$5,623
Arkansas:$3,007
Texas:$3,885
Nevada:$2,276
Year
Highest
Lowest
New York:$4,015
North Carolina:$2,650
New York:$3,830
Indiana:$2,339
New York:$3,887
Missouri:$2,713
New York:$3,907
Wyoming:$2,101
Pennsylvania:$9,826
Nebraska:$3,749
N/A:$3,887
N/A:$2,713
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