If you are getting a lot of showings but no followup interest, it is all about price.
If your agent is doing everything right on the marketing, there is little else to do!
Check with your agent and see if she will help you throw a private open house party for all of your friends and family. That will give them a chance to see your home, pick up some information (fliers), and ask them to tell their friends. You agent can do the invitations for you and make up some nice fliers or brochures. They might even provide some of the food.
Have a big yard sale (you need to unload some of that stuff before you move anyway) and tell everyone who comes to the yard sale that you house is for sale (make sure you for sale sign is in a good spot) and put a flier in everyone's bag when they buy something from you. Your agent might even help you with signage and advertising.
If you are on social media sites, blogs, and email... Ask you agent if they have any links or blog post that you can forward around to your friends and family. Make sure you go to your agent's Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts (or whatever they may have) and comment on the posts about your house and "like" them.
If you have any websites or blogs, provide a link pointing to websites that show your property.
Then... Like everyone else said... Listen to your agent and keep you house as clean and clutter-free as possible.
Good luck and I hope this helps! Anoka area homes are selling and hopefully you will be one of them.
and i can't tell you how many dirty sinks, tubs, and showers i have seen. YUK.
i have seen some homeowners post their own ads like on craigslist and they will answer people's questions and some will tell the people to contact their realtor. i have found some listings that way.
sometimes people do not leave when they are suppose to be gone, and that is a little nerve racking when they follow thru their house like a puppy. so don't be a puppy. :)
these points are from a buyer looking.
and the clean thing is a big plus.
also have things open and unlocked, like sheds etc. that the realtor does not have a key too.
this one property i went in, the owner was gone, but she had candles lit all over the place. it was very nice atmosphere. i found myself blowing them out before i left. it is a fire hazard so i wouldn't recommend it, even tho i was impressed. it ended up being one of my favorite houses tho.
you could have lamps and lights on in every room. she did that some also and it was nice.
Ask your agent to get feedback and current comps periodically so you can assess the situation,. Keep ahead of curve instead of chasing the curve.