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The other issue is price. With all of the tools out there, buyers can easily find out that Albuquerque home prices have dropped 17% in the last 12 months. Don't make your house the highest price per square foot in your neighborhood. Honestly, if I had to sell in today's market, I would make my house neutral, turn-key ready and price it 5% below the lowest price per square foot house in the area. (Ignore the ones that are a wreck).
Have your agent provide you average DOM provide you some idea.
One tip: If you get a reasonable number of showings, that indicates that your pricing is probably competitive. If you aren't getting showings, it's an indication you're priced too high.
I took a look at the pictures of your property. The property looks nice. And the pictures, technically, are OK. Not great, but OK. (Maybe a solid B.) However . . .
You're selling the house, not furniture. Too many of the pictures are pictures of the furniture, not the rooms they're in. The beds. That white chair. The coffee table.The roll-top desk (which dominates the room). You need pictures of the rooms, not the furniture.
As for the exterior shots: Redo them. You have one shot of the front that only shows the garage. Take the shot from the other angle. And the other shot you have, of the front door, looks entirely unappealing--a narrow path with a wall (the garage, I guess) on the right and a water-leaking cinderblock retaining wall in the rear.
The back yard isn't much better.
I ran your pictures by a home stager, who agreed with my comments but also said to get rid of the red walls. Come up with a different color for the kitchen walls. The bathroom needs to be totally reworked. Get rid of some of those hanging plants; you've got too many of them scattered around. She also didn't like the red tile in the back (and is that your cat there, too?). And she didn't like the window coverings in the master bedroom. Get a professional home stager in there to give you an evaluation. That should cost $200-$400 and will be well worth it.
At this point, that's about all you can do. Make sure it's priced right. And make sure it shows well.
Hope that helps.