Pricing too high initially: Studies indicate that the seller will net more money from a sale priced close to market versus starting too high and adjusting downward.
Refrain from picking an odd numbers–eg. $1,456,789 in pricing the property. Pick numbers that make sense and in relation that realtors and consumers search Eg. $1,449,000 will come up in a search $1,400,000 to $1,500,00.
Unrealistic pricing can lead to shopwarn listings that linger without selling. Base the price on recently sold properties and with pending sales research by your agent.
Refusing to negotiate on price. Keep some flexibility in your list price to allow for both seller and buyer to reach a satisfying conclusion.