Closing is one of the most difficult steps of the selling process that's why both the buyer and the seller should prepare carefully for this and count their possible expenses.
Sometimes it may be difficult to count the average closing costs. At closing the buyer and the seller usually share those costs but how much one can pay depends on the particular deal and situation. Actually the average closing costs depend on a particular state, closing costs related to things such as points and property taxes are dependent on the particular deal and geographic location. Some states, for instance, do not collect property taxes, which means, no deposit against them must be collected at closing.
When buying a house the buyer usually borrows money from a lender and takes a loan and some lenders to protect their money roll the majority of closing costs into the payment plan for the loan. For example the lender will require the buyer to pay a deposit in to one of their accounts to cover future property taxes. But some lenders will actually roll these costs into the in the loan given to him.