Without seeing the house it is impossible to tell you.
Staging always helps.
Then marketing to the right buyers.
But sometimes it just comes down to price. if similar homes are selling for less why would they buy yours?
see my FSBO Blog for more info.
feel free to contact me for an free in home consultation.
On the other hand perhaps you have priced in right, but again only a qualified Realtor who know the area can tell you that. I respect sellers desire to sell their own property and I would be willing to offer you a FREE market analysis of your home without obligation with the hope that if you find you can't or get tired of selling on your own, you would let me do it for you....Fair Enough?
Here's my email address: ed@MetroRealtyPartners.net
i.e. list price is $xxxx but seller offers $5,000 toward installation of a new kitchen/bathroom/furnace.
yes its really a reduction in price but it sounds more like they are getting cash in their pockets and peoples natural greed works wonders.
If it needs updating to be competitive with the other listings in your neighborhood, and you aren't going to update, then you need to lower the price.
Buyers are not stupid these days. They have tons of resources that help them determine market value. Overpriced houses simply do not sell.
If you are not working with an agent, get an appraisal done. That will give you a real good idea of the market value of your home.