Florida Net Sheet Calculator

​Title Insurance Rate Calculators: Seller Net Sheet, Buyer Finance, Buyer Cash, Title Insurance Premium, and Refinance Options

Scenario with Mobile

Standard Features

Buyer & Seller Net Sheet

Easily give your clients access to your fees and rates.

Side-By-Side Scenario

See up to 3 different net sheet scenarios side-by-side.

Co-Brand with Customers

Allow Realtors, Lenders or Staff to co-brand with their headshot & info.

Refinance Calculator

With refinances on the rise, this is available in most markets.

Title Premium Calculator

Non-login Title Premium calculator for quick access to rates.

Save, Edit, Share & Order

Save or edit, share with clients and place a title order with a click.

Common Florida Net Sheet Calculator Customizations

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Owner's Title Insurance

And Simultaneous Rate Issue based on Florida promulgated rate schedule.
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ALTA Form 9 & Other Endorsements

Includes ALTA Survey, ALTA 5 Planned Unit Development, & ALTA 8 Environmental Endorsements.
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Transfer Taxes

Includes Deed $0.70 per hundred, Mortgage $0.35 per hundred Documentary Stamp Taxes, Intangible Tax $0.02 per hundred.
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Attorneys Fees

Common request among Florida Real Estate Attorneys.
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Buyer & Seller Driven Net Sheets

Buyer Cash and Buyer Finance Net Sheets for Miami-Dade & Broward Counties.
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Broward & Miami-Dade Transfer Taxes

Modified to $0.60 per hundred for South Florida Real Estate Transactions.
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Lender’s Title Insurance

In Florida, the Lender’s Title Insurance Policy is typically paid for by the buyer.
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Title Search & Exam Fees

The Title Search & Exam Fee is typically paid for by the seller in Florida.
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Survey Fee

When closing on a piece of real estate in Florida the Survey Fee is typically paid for by the buyer.
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Closing Fees

In Florida, closing fees can be paid by either the buyer or the seller and thus are negotiable but it varies in different counties.
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Recording Fees

Recording fees are typically split between the buyer and seller in Florida. For example, the buyer: records mortgage whereas the seller records the deed.
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Recording Fees

Recording fees are typically split between the buyer and seller in Florida. For example, the buyer: records mortgage whereas the seller records the deed.

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