#1 Pick a number, the more unconventional (not ending in -00 or -99), might entice more buyers to question why and want to see your home
#2 Consider the comps-“Comps” are comparable homes in your neighborhood that were for sale, recently sold or are currently for sale. Comps are the most important factor in pricing your home.
#3 Check out the competition, online and in person to see what your house is up against
#4 Disregard irrelevancies such as — the price your paid for your home, the price your home might have fetched five or six years ago, or the amount you’ve spent on repairs, maintenance and improvements
#5 Don’t Over Price or Under price –both are risky situations