Your listing can provide you this info.
Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
I use price per square feet calculation as a final check to assess an offer. I use price per square foot with my buyers purchasing a condo or townhome because the units are generally all the same and it's a great comparative tool.
In single family homes, it's a little trickier because of the extreme variability in the condition of a home or the level of finishes and/or upgrades. But, it's useful to see if the cost per square foot exceeds the going rate for new construction, which varies by area.
I hope this helped.
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Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers
Say you have 1500 Sq Ft of home and my data says similar homes sell for $75/sq ft, then your home could be priced around $112,500 (all things being equal and your house is in satisfactory shape). Also, remember that basements that are not finished don't count in your square feet of living space. There are other factors to consider with basements too so call for help. If I can be of service feel free to call, Steve Slavin: http://www.iMuncie.com. Best, Steve
Perform this calculation for say the last 3 or 6 months of sales in your neighborhood and you will get an average. Good luck.
Example: Selling Price = $400,000, SF of the home is 2300
$400,000 / 2300 = $173.91 or rounded to $174 SF