By March 5, 2013 Fees


The settlement fee is $1,150 in Florida.

The following services are included:

  • Title examination/Abstractor
  • Title insurance binder
  • Tax certificate
  • Messenger/Fax/Copies
  • Settlement/Closing fee
  • Notary fees
  • International courier costs (if applicable)
  • Recording service fee (if applicable)
  • Power of Attorney (if applicable)

This statement sets forth the 2009 settlement fees and costs for a refinance (for a purchase transaction, click here) in real estate transactions in Florida.

Our company promotes a fair and straight forward fee structure to avoid surprises at settlement and to establish a relationship of trust with the purchasers and agents we service. All of our settlements are conducted by attorneys.

How to use our services

Ready to go ahead and schedule your closing? Then order settlement services and we will contact you with closing date and time options.

Fee Name Cost
Settlement fee $350
Settlement fee (when ordered online) $250
Title search $275
Title insurance binder N/A
Mortgage release fee per mortgage $120
Title insurance See Rates
Recording service fee N/A
Transfer/Recordation taxes See Rates
Messenger/Fax/Copies $65
International courier costs Market Rate
Power of Attorney/Record (if applicable) $110
Simultaneous 2nd Trust
Settlement fee (if applicable)
Deed transfer (if applicable) $150
Subordination Agreement (if applicable) $100

Re-issue rate policy

To qualify for a reissue rate, the borrower must provide a current owner’s title policy which must be less than 10 (ten) years old. The reissue rate is based on the the face amount of this policy.

The fees/costs listed above do not include additional fees (if applicable) for power of attorney preparation, simultaneous second trust (mortgage) document preparation/second trust (mortgage) lender’s title insurance, lender fees/charges (e.g., fees/costs for underwriting, document preparation, appraisal/credit report, prepaid interest, escrow/reserve items), real estate tax proration, wire transfers, potential credits or contract-specific items.

Updated 01-18-2010 | Information is reliable but not guaranteed.

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