All you can do is pay attention to the buyer's needs. In order of priority: location, condition (and most importantly appearance) of the home and then the price. If you have a unique condition affecting the property, like power lines, or highway traffic, then you will have to just simply wait for the right buyer.
Have you upgraded/renovated the kitchen and baths in recent years? This is all important. Sometimes just installing some new stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops and a fresh coat of paint is all it takes. A $5,000 - $10,000 investment will take a tired-looking kitchen and make it sparkle again and make the home sell much faster!
Good luck. I hope that you have a successful contract and settlement very soon!
Another generalization for you...the lower the price the quicker the sale. Those that want to get the higher end have to wait longer for the taker.
What's the average days on market for the area? If you're under that, maybe it would make sense to hold steady at the price and revisit when & if you go beyond the average DOM.
Or try some super creative strategies...offer $3k in furniture gift card for new furniture. I hear many times folks saying "I love the place but my current furniture won't fit & I don't have the budget to buy new". This is just one thought...maybe review all the specific feedback and see if you can come up with an easy solution for the most common objections.
All the best,
combination of the 3. Sellers need to shop their own home, that is search the price and feature category
as a buyer would on the internet and see how your home fits with in the category with other homes. Sellers generally see their home as the only home on the market which is farther from the truth....buyers certainly
12 to 15 showings on a home with out an offer is the magic number a price drop is needed. Since you have had 25 showings your price adjustment may need to be significant.
Since your realize you have pricing errors re-price you home on the lower end of your competion as a buyer
would see your home on the internet and in person. Doing so may re-capture the buyers who have already seen your home. They may fall in love with your home again.....and the new price.