Unfortunately, all the options you present are INVALID!
Lacking any data suggesting what may be impeding a sale, your suggested solutions are what one would expect from the Zillite crowd.
Why would you attempt to bait someone into making a choice without data?
If you are getting activity and no offers it is something other than price.
If you are not getting activity, make sure you are priced correctly.
Your property may have some "unique issues" that is keeping it on the market.
And there are professionals that are more effective than others.
Is your current professional selling other things?
Are they working with people every day?
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Ellen G. Friedman, Keller Williams Realty
Actual average price of FSBO sale is by far lower then perceived savings on "commissions",
highly probably because of low exposure (National Association of Realtors statistics on FSBOs).
Plus, who can afford a huge internet marketing campaign when selling themselves? The time, the financial burden, the aggrivation of strangers in your home?
Before making any decision, make sure that you check/tune up your current marketing/exposure/traffic.
Most sales take place on the internet nowadays (37% of people buy directly from the listing agent).
Ask what websites your property is on. MLS alone is not enough, and print ads are no longer working either. You also have to prepare/declutter/stage your home.
Request a Comparable Market Analysis for your area from several different agents.
See, if you can get access to your local MLS to see every sale in the area, not just selected few.
If you have a lot of marketing/showings going on - ask for input from the selling agents.
If you have a lot of marketing but no traffic - then the price or amount of inventory in your area is high.
Either reduce the price or wait for the inventory to get lower...
If still want to try FSBO, then do Yahoo, UTube, Craigslist to increase traffic.
Personally, I feel a good marketer/agent with the most websites showcasing your home is your best bet.
More marketing = more exposure = higher price + quicker sale!
Hope this helps,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.