If you are looking to sell your home in the near future, then you will need to have it evaluated by a realtor to determine a listing price. Any realtor that works in your local area should have a range of what houses that contain certain qualities go for in a certain area of town, so any realtor that is well known will work fine at pricing your house.
Once you have the value of your house appraised, you can determine a listing price. You have the option to either list your price at the range that the realtor gave you, or you can go above or under to get more money or more buyers. Pricing your home at a price above what the realtors range is not a marketable decision; however pricing your home at a price below or at the lower end of the realtors range can bring about more buyers and sell your home quicker.
Pricing your home at under its value can bring about two possible things, one is a positive that you will have more people coming out to your home to check out the listing, while the other is negative in that people may perceive your house as having something wrong with it to be listed at below its value. All in all whether the buyer perceives the listing price as a positive or negative, they are more likely to check out a home that is listed under its value to see what kind of deal they can strike.
Besides enticing more buyers, under pricing your home can bring about a price war between possible buyers that can make the price of your home go above what the realtor originally priced it at.
Overall if you are looking to sell your home in the near future, check out how under pricing your home can benefit you.