The average sales price in Fishers is about 97 percent of the list price, but you also need to look at other factors, such as the market value of the house, and the sales price of other homes in the neighborhood over the last three months. It also depends on the motivation of the seller (are they moving because they just want a different house? Is the house vacant, and they really need an offer?) Your agent should pull comps for you of the neighborhood. Other things to consider: Are you asking for the sellers to pay any of your closing costs, paying for a home warranty or asking them to include things that aren't included in the sale? This all has to be taken into consideration.I will say that first impressions matter, and if it's a real low-ball offer that clearly is under the market value of the house, you may not get a very good counter offer. Know the facts before submitting an offer, though. Good luck.