Many factors go into pricing your home. A good place to start is looking at homes that have sold in your area.
The condition of the homes sold including, how many bedrooms, bathrooms, garage, and year built must be compared to your home. Some homes sold might have had updates like new carpet, paint, updated lighting, new appliances, updated bathrooms and kitchens which need to be considered. I also try not to compare your home with stressed properties such as foreclosures. Many factors go into pricing a home.
I have learned over the last 20 years you must view the property to give a true assessment of value. I will be glad to email you a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) but please realize more factors need to be assessed when pricing your home.