In most markets, most economies, you will sell your home for it's current market value. In fact it's difficult to do otherwise.
If you price it too low, chances are that there will be a feeding frenzy over it, and it will bubble-up to the current market value. If you price it too high, you'll languish on the market until you bring it within target range of the market price.
The issue becomes whether or not you can accept that what the current market value is, or if you're holding on to the thought that your home is worth more.