Have you had many viewings?
Generally speaking if a home shows well and is getting viewings but no offers, it is most likely priced too high.
If you are not willing to lower your price perhaps you can offer some buyer incentives: closing cost credit, or include appliances ect..
Keep in mind if you are priced too high you are actually helping those smaller less attractive homes sale.
Best of Luck to you,
Kawain Payne, Realtor
That being said, the bottom line is that your house will sell for what the buyers are willing to pay in the current market regardless of what the comps indicate.
Hope this helps.
OKC (405 922 5154)
I just found an inexpensive house that I can close off a wing. We only need extra space during holidays. It's also mid-century modern with hand-built cabinets. It doesn't show well, but I see beauty in this place. I've looked at 50-60 houses. This is the first house I want to make an offer.
It's about size, layout, style and I've seen so many houses jam-packed with people's stuff and weird stuff. I'll never forget the house that had the floor cut out of a closet, a full bath next to the front door and laundry in the hallway. Beautiful house, from the outside. Everything was "oh, no..."; inside.
The only way to get a fair assessment of your property is to look at the comps. This doesn't always mean you will get that price! There are three factors in selling a property price, condition and location. If you want I can send you some comps in the addition and help you sell your property quicker! Good luck! Joanna Haley
Keller Williams NW