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Nevada closing costs drop, now seventh lowest in U.S.

Las Vegas : NV : USA | Aug 09, 2012 at 4:09 AM PDT
Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal / Sun
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The average closing cost of buying a home in Nevada dropped to $3,414 this year, seventh-lowest in the nation and down 20 percent from a year ago, Bankrate.com reported in its June survey. Last year, Nevada had the 15th-highest closing cost of $4,244, according to the online financial services provider.... FULL ARTICLE AT Las Vegas Review-Journal / Sun
 
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