Average Closing Costs*

For A Home Purchase (By State)

Alabama-$2,994

Alaska-$3,576

Arizona-$3,876

Arkansas-$2,608

California-$8,219

Colorado-$3,895

Connecticut-$8,849

Delaware-$17,831

Florida-$8,551

Georgia-$3,768

Hawaii-$7,559

Idaho-$4,101

Illinois-$5,987

Indiana-$2,193

Iowa-$2,774

Kansas-$2,793

Kentucky-$2,556

Louisiana-$3,629
Maine-$4,400

Maryland-$12,056

Massachusetts-$7,095

Michigan-$5,704

Minnesota-$4,054

Mississippi-$2,799

Missouri-$2,102

Montana-$3,055

Nebraska-$2,764

Nevada-$6,504

New Hampshire-$8,162

New Jersey-$7,966

New Mexico-$3,489

New York-$17,582

North Carolina-$2,970

North Dakota-$2,321

Oklahoma-$2,938

Oregon-$4,392

Pennsylvania-$9,753

Rhode Island-$4,683

South Carolina-$3,437

South Dakota-$3,064

Tennessee-$3,869

Texas-$3,946

Utah-$4,751

Vermont-$6,269

Virginia-$6,373

Washington-$13,910

Washington, D.C.-$30,352

West Virginia-$3,393

West Virginia-$2,510

Wisconsin-$3,424

*The information on this page is intended for planning and education purposes only. The figures provided are based on data obtained from ClosingCorp from the first half of 2021. Your total closing costs may vary based on factors not limited to the title/attorney you work with, home owners insurance selected, property taxes, government fees and others.  Chart data is for illustrative purposes only.  The information provided is not a loan offer or solicitation, nor is it financial or legal advice and should not be used as your sole source of information.