Closing Costs in Colorado

If you are planning to buy a house in Colorado, you’ve already heard about closing costs a number of times. Closing costs are the sum amount that your mortgage lender incurs when administering the loan to you. In Colorado, some specific items to expect on your closing costs include origination fees, processing fees, appraisal fees, survey fees, mortgage tax and closing attorney fees.

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All information and results provided by this Closing Cost Calculator are estimates only. They will in no way accurately reflect actual closing costs. This calculator is to be used only to establish and estimate of closing costs. There are many unique factors that will affect the actual cost.

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Closing costs in Colorado are on average of 3.5% of the total loan amount. But that varies from one lender to another and from one location to another. Colorado, with closing cost rates at what they are, you may want to talk with a licensed mortgage broker about your options and to get the best deal.

Colorado Mortgage Rates for 9.24.23

30 Yr. Fixed 7.375% APR 7.884%
15 Yr. Fixed 6.875% APR 7.379%
30 Yr. Fixed FHA 6.500% APR 7.446%
30 Yr. Fixed VA 6.375% APR 6.840%
Rates as of September, 24 2023 See All Rates | See Rate Assumptions

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Also, note that the total amount that you will pay largely depends on where your house is located. The difference is mainly caused by varying costs of origination points and survey. For a more comprehensive analysis of Colorado closing costs for each county, you can give us a call or get your free rate and closing cost quote. We can also help you find the best Colorado mortgage loan with the lowest closing costs. We may even be able to help you get a no-closing-cost loan. In that case, you won’t have to pay any upfront fees, and that means avoiding closing costs altogether.

Talk to us today, and we will help you save some money in the process of getting a new home.

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