Did each of the realtors view your home in person and show you a CMA (comparative market analysis) showing other properties sold and for sale, and explain exactly how they calculated your value using the past sales? If not, then the selling price they suggested would be wide ranging. It takes analysis to really study a home's value properly. Even then there can be differences if you are in an area without many comparables. However, when you examine the properties they chose as comparables for your home you should be able to see why the realtors varied your home's value. The leading factors for qualifying these comparables would be the following: Location, (preferably within 1-2 miles of your home - not always possible) Square footage,
# of Bedrooms and Baths, lot size, - less significant factors, but still in the equation would be, # of garage spaces, overall condition, upgrades, finished or unfinished basement.
The best advice I can give is to study those CMAs that realtors prepared and see if you agree with the analysis. See if those are in a tighter range to start with.
If you have further questions, you can call us at 302-740-5872.
John & Mary