While many believe it is beneficial to always price your house a little higher and then haggle with a buyer, this is not necessarily the case. Overpricing a house can scare away a lot of potential buyers who don’t want to have the back and forth of negotiations.
If the house sits on the market a while because you priced it too high, it can lead people watching the market to wonder if something is wrong with the house. Instead, be upfront with the cost you expect. There’s nothing wrong with being assertive on what you believe the house is worth.
As long as you work with a good real estate agent and are sincere with your choice in price, you won’t need to change it and can you can sell much quicker.