Also, the houses in the back sell easier than the ones that face Collierville Arlington Road -so you have to adjust for that.
Lastly, if over 87% of all buyers first shop on line - why do you have a non friendly asking price? Your propertie's search power is limited. People do not search in ranges of $169,900 to $189,999. That is great for printed matter, but not for computer searches. It should be at either $185,000 or $190k to get maximum results.
I truly wish you well and best of luck.
If you're currently working with an agent, talk about some options you have for aggressive marketing. You may have to pay some cost out of pocket but it may help. Have you tried posting your property on the free site craigslist.com ? If you are doing a FSBO, I highly suggest you hire a professional Realtor which you can find more info here http://chrissuh.com/resources/fsbo/ as to why
Good Luck with the sale
Without seeing your home it is difficult to determine if you have it priced right, or properly prepared to show. How are you marketing your home, other than free websites? What have you done to get your home ready to show? When someone wants to see your home how do they make an appointment? Do you leave the potential buyer alone in the home to look it over or do you provide a "guided tour". How many pictures of your home do you include in your listings? Are you providing color brochures of your home with multiple pictures, room sizes, special features, etc. All these things and many more are all important, especially in today's market.
If you have not hired a professional to represent you and list your home, I highly recommend that you contact a local agent and work with them to properly price and market your home. This is your best chance for success! Hope this helps
Gerald Williams, ABR
Weichert Realtors - BenchMark
price can solve a lot of problems when it comes to a sale. The only problem price can not solve is your pay off amount.
Besides that, do the obvious: declutter, neutralize colors, clean (both interior and exterior).
If you have an agent, make sure your house is marketed not only on the MLS but also all major real estate websites(such as this one). Pictures are second to price in my opinion- very important.
If you don't have an agent you should consider hiring one for a flat fee just to get on the MLS, although I'm not sure how this works in your state.
With all that being said, it almost always comes down to price, especially for a quick sale.