You are not having a lot of traffic, and ultimately you need more people through the house to generate an offer. If you are able to rent at your destination for a few months (and if you want to go through the double move) then you have some time, but if that doesn't appeal to you, then drop your price. Other buyers around you who aren't moving out of town have the luxury of sitting back and waiting but you do not.
I have done loads of relocation work with clients and have seen this happen many times. Some folks took up to a year to sell their original house; others decided to rent it and rent in their new city. A lot of it depends on the specific market in Windsor and your destination market. If Windsor is still in the doldrums and your destination is starting to heat up, you'll want to unload your home as fast as possible, but if the reverse is true, it gives you a bit of time. Best of luck!
Every single time we see that someone is having trouble selling their house; they loudly proclaim that everyone says the price is right!
98% of the time, the price is not right: If the price were right, they would have sold the house.
In that same 30 day period, did any comparable houses sell?
On the off-cance that the problem is not PRICE:
how's the curb-appeal?
is the house cluttered with personal affects?
is there too much furniture?
does the house look LIVED-IN, or is it a PRESENTATION for the Buyer's?
does the walls have bright colors, or, worse, WHITE?
you held ONE Open House in 30 days?
how many signs did you use to direct people?
who held the Open House, you are your Agent?
So, looking at this list; you need to lower the PRICE!
Good luck and may God bless
Price is always a motivating factor in this market. You need to be priced below similar homes in your area to have a quicker sale.
Also, you may wish to consider offering some type of incentive to the buyers such as: a credit for closing costs or offer to help with financing if it's feasible for you.
Make sure that your home is showing it's best by removing any clutter and personal items on the interior and have your yard look neat and trimmed.
Good luck selling!
Prudential Connecticut Realty