You don't state if it is FSBO or if you have it listed. I am going to assume are you FSBO.
Years ago, when my parents purchased their house, the hardest part of the transaction was getting word out that the home was for sale, after that the disclosures and inspections were minimal. In today's market anyone that can push buttons on a computer can find a house for sale. Providing that that house is listed on the MLS and syndicated. So in today's market the very minimal exposure is on the Multiple Real Estate Service. That is done through listing the home with an agent.
Then the next hardest part of risk management and negotiation. This is where your true money is well spent. Interview awesome local full time agents. When you are done you will see the difference and how much exposure your home can gain through them. Often times sellers think they are saving money when they FSBO but it is the "what you don't know" that will leave money on the table and can be in excess of what you think you are saving.
As a full time Real Estate Broker, I hired professionals to represent me, and I'm really good at what I do. But being too close to the situation can blur your judgement.