Kari is purchasing a home for $220,000. The down payment is 25% and the balance will be financed with a 15 year mortgage at 8% and 3 discount points. Kari made a deposit of $30,000 (applied to the down payment) when the sales contract was signed. Kari also has these expenses: credit report, $90; appraisal fee, $110; title insurance premium, 1% of amount financed; title search, $200; and attorney's fees, $500. Find the closing costs (in $).

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Kari is purchasing a home for $220,000. The down payment is 25% and the balance will be financed with a 15 year mortgage at 8% and 3 discount points. Kari made a deposit of $30,000 (applied to the down payment) when the sales contract was signed.
Kari also has these expenses: credit report, $90; appraisal fee, $110; title insurance premium, 1% of amount financed; title search, $200; and attorney's fees, $500. Find the closing costs (in $).

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