How to To Put a Price on Your Property
In the end of the day your property is worth only what people will pay for it, and this will depend on a variety of factors, often influenced by what is going on in your life generally.
Sellers can look at local tax records for recent sales data, ask neighbours if they know of any sales history to determine going prices in the neighborhood, and look at other listings online to get an idea of price.
The final sales price that is posted will be affected by how quickly the seller needs or wants to sell, and how much equity is in the property, which results on how much money is left when the deal is done.
Only the seler knows the bottom price they will accept. The buyer and seller shold negotiate to end on an agreed selling price.