You can always list it high making sure the sellers understand that the price is determined by what a buyer will pay and if you not getting offers it means the home is over-priced. Reductions in the list price can be built into the listing agreement. If you haven't gotten an offer in the first two weeks, reduce the price. Repeat every two weeks until an offer is received.... more
You should contact a Real Estate agent who really knows your area. They will be able to give you an honest assessment of the value of your property.
A lot can depend on the condition of your unit compared to the condition of the Short Sale unit, but you need the opinion of a Realtor who knows the market.
May I ask why you need that information? It's sort of like asking for the ingredients for a cake..thinking of baking?
I am sure that if you asked (nicely, of course!) that a Realtor in your area (ahem...could be me!) would be able to help you.