For closing costs here are the buckets to look for (some of which are prepaid)...all are estimates
Inspection $500-$1000 (on the higher end if you're doing a well and septic inspection, on the lower end if you're not, this also depends on the size of the house)
One year of homeowner's insurance, paid in advance and escrowed- really depends on the house, usually at least $1000
At least 6 months of escrowed taxes, usually plan for 9 months. If the town only collects taxes once a year, plan for 15+ months. I'm not sure what cycle New Milford collects on.
Attorney fee $500-$900- really depends on the attorney
Title search and title insurance policy for you and the lender- depends on the loan amount and the sale price of the house. A general rule of thumb I use is that it typically is between .32% and .44% of the sale price, the lower percentage being used for more expensive homes $1M+.
Recording fees, wiring fees, etc.- plan on another few hundred dollars.
Again, these are estimates but the buckets that are typically used. Your lender should be able to provide you with a good faith estimate that shows all of their costs and your estimated closing costs for the specific property you're interested in.