It's very important that you listen to the messages that are being conveyed to you. Your home is telling you the lack of activity is likely closely tied to your askig price. There are several basic things to remember when selling property. They are:
1. home is listed but few or no showings....lower the price
2. home is listed with plenty of showings but no offers....lower the price
3. home is listed with offers but no executed contract....lower the price
The repeating theme is one that too many sellers refuse to acknowledge....the results of which, are not good!
Did your agent tell you about the recent comps in your area? There are many factors to consider when pricing your home. Look at all of the information and the re-evaluate your price.
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Your agent should be getting some kind of feedback from anyone that walks thru..Listen to what the buyers are saying..your get to the issue if there is one...
But you need to find out what actually SOLD in the last 2 or 3 months in the area and then price it below that theshold to attract a buyer. In a short sale the home would be priced roughly 5-10% below the last comparable sale that hopefully occcurred during the last 3 months. Pretend you are a buyer, would you buy your house priced as it is right now?
You say you are desperate to sell. What happens if it doesn't sell?
Perhaps you should discuss a possible short sale with a Realtor specializing in short sales.
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I know how frustrating it can get. The market is tough so we all need to be patient right now.
Maybe you can offer an incentive to buyers such as a Home Warranty Plan. Sometimes
that may help bring in some buyers knowing they have a year policy for some peace of mind
in case some unexpected repairs come up during that first year.
Good Luck to you!
Century 21 Hearst Realty