This gets back to your previous question about not being able to sell your home.
The current market in most places is a buyer's market, so the buyers have LOTS of inventory to consider, and changing market conditions. We don't know WHERE the market is going tomorrow. Proper marketing (including asking price) should produce showings and offers in the first two weeks of market time. If not, then reduce the price. (assuming marketing, preparation, and property condtion are normal).
agent - leanne
Now that we are in a buyer's market and there are so many homes to choose from, buyers are getting overwhelmed. It is taking them longer to make a decision because they think that if they wait, another even better home or better deal will come up for sale tomorrow - or the price will be reduced in a couple of weeks. And with so many homes for sale, they don't feel any pressure to move quickly on a home that they initially like because they can always find another one if that one goes under contract.
Location, condition and price are still key to getting your home sold in this market. An agent can help you position your home for the best possible results.