Be aware that it is easy to shift cargo to adjust TW by a few hundred pounds +/- in a trailer of your size.
A good TW scale is a must. Many available like this:
On my trailer the factory TW was exactly on target, but without either of the 2 propane tanks and the battery that it was delivered with. That bumped my true TW up from 285# to 395#. Quite a difference. (Small trailer)
You want about 13% of the total trailer weight as tongue weight. Take the maximum cargo capacity weight, add the base weight of the trailer, then multiply by .13 to give you the maximum TW you might get to.
I expect you will be between 800 and 900 Lbs.
One last thing: You will probably want a weight distributing hitch. That can transfer some TW back to the trailer.