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Home Sale Proceeds Calculator

Our home sale calculator estimates how much money you will make selling your home.
ESTIMATED NET PROCEEDS$269,830

Desired selling price

$302,000

Remaining mortgage owed

$0

Est. selling costs (10.65%)

$32,170

Selling price & mortgage

The amount you'd like to to sell your home for and total remaining mortgage amount.

 
 

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Est. prep & repair costs

Average 35 days

All the work you need to complete before you're ready to list.

 
 

Est. on-market costs

Average 68 days

The out-of-pocket costs of transitioning your life from one home to another.

 
 

Est. closing costs

Average 45 days

The standard costs of the home sale transaction, paid at closing.

 
 
 
 

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Understanding the Net Proceeds from Your Home Sale

Net proceeds are profits you'll walk away with after the sale of your home. Learn more about the home sale calculator line items to understand the true costs of selling a house and your realistic proceeds.

Xổ số dân ca miền bắcEstimated Home Sale Price

We recommend beginning with your Zestimate, Zillow's best estimate of your home's market value. The Zestimate is based on a blend of valuation methods, with a median error rate of 3.5%. If your home is...

Xổ số dân ca miền bắcRemaining Mortgage

The balance you still owe on your home loan is your estimated mortgage balance. Contact your lender to receive a more accurate loan payoff amount which will include interest, principal and potentially a prepayment...

Pre-Inspection

Completing a professional home inspection prior to listing helps you avoid surprises and sale price reductions when the buyer completes their inspection. These run about $250-$700 and alert you to any...

Home Improvements

Unless you plan to sell as-is for less than peak value, expect to make some improvements before listing, 79% of sellers do according to the Zillow Group Consumer Housing Trends Report 2018. The most...

Staging

In addition to repairs, you'll want to prepare your home for shoppers. Home staging is common in most markets, and runs about $1,805 for the median U.S. seller, according to Zillow and Thumbtack analysis. Removing...

Marketing

Your listing agent commission usually covers online listing fees, professional photography and videography, advertising on social media and open house expenses such as yard signs, listing flyers...

Xổ số dân ca miền bắcHome Ownership

Whether you vacate your property or stay until closing, you're still responsible for continuing to pay your mortgage, property taxes, homeowners insurance and utilities until you hand over the keys. Just...

Xổ số dân ca miền bắcMoving and Temporary Housing

Although the costs of moving and temporary housing are not deducted from your net proceeds at closing, they're still expenses to consider when deciding to sell because they are out-of-pocket...

Xổ số dân ca miền bắcAgent Commission

Sellers usually pay both their listing agent's commission and the buyer agent's commission charges, generally 2-3% of the home sale price per agent. Agent commission fees are negotiable at the...

Title Insurance

Sellers make a one-time payment for the new owner's title insurance at closing. This insurance protects the new owner of the home from any disputes over claim to the title of the property or outstanding...

Escrow Fees

During a purchase and sale transaction, the seller usually hires an escrow company to act as a third party to oversee the buyers earnest money and final purchase funds. Escrow providers also...

Attorney Fees

In some markets, you are required to hire a closing attorney as part of the selling process. The cost of a closing attorney deducts an additional $800-$1,200 from your profit.

Transfer Tax or Excise Tax

Government transfer tax, also known as a title fee, are taxes paid by the seller when the title for the home passes from seller to buyer at closing. Transfer taxes range widely by location because they're applied...

Prorated Property Tax

At closing, escrow will ensure you've paid your share of the property's taxes up to the date of closing. Homeowners pay property taxes in a variety of ways; sometimes twice yearly in lump sums, or monthly...

HOA Fees

If your home is part of a Homeowners Association, you will owe a prorated portion of the fees based on your closing date. You may also owe HOA transfer fees. If you owe dues at closing, they'll be...

Xổ số dân ca miền bắcCapital Gains Tax

Many homeowners avoid capital gains taxes when selling their primary home by qualifying for the capital gains tax exemption. First, you must have lived in the home for at least two of the last five years...

Home Warranty

Purchasing a home warranty for one year's coverage of important systems and appliances can provide buyers the assurance they need to close the deal. A home warranty ranges in price around...

Seller Concessions

In markets that favor buyers, you might offer your buyer a credit toward closing costs during negotiations. In fact, 83% of sellers make a concession to finalize an offer according to the Zillow Group...