Consider updating pictures with all lights on to ensure the house looks warm and appealing. The 1st picture and the first 6-12 pictures are very important.
Try to remove most if not all personal items/knickknacks. What you like is not necessarily what the buyer likes.
Open houses help a lot. Lots of light, fresh but subtle smell like Febreeze, fresh paint - are all contributing factors for a good sale.
Ask what marketing efforts your Realtor is using. Be supportive and good luck!
I noticed from your comment below that your home backs up to a school. Depending upon the buyers, this may also have an effect on the home because of the noise level and/or traffic from the school.
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Susie Kay, Realtor®
GRI, CHMS, SFR
United Real Estate
III Lincoln Centre, 5430 LBJ Freeway #280
Dallas, TX 78240
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Given that you're priced close to comparable houses it's strange that you wouldn't get any activity at all if there are similar houses going under contract. Is your location more of a deterrent than you're thinking - a busier road, backing up to something that would cause concern, etc? That may mean that your price needs a bigger adjustment relative to your competition.
Can you look at the photos with a critical eye? It's very tough to see our own homes as others see it. We become sort of blind to what it actually looks like. Are the photos appealing? Is your home shown to its best advantage? Is your décor outdated in any way? I happen to like traditional decorating and actually like wallpaper quite a bit. The majority of today's buyers however can't get past wallpaper, paint colors they don't like, older cabinets (despite the fact that older cabinets can often be sturdier and better constructed than new cabinets), etc.
I would ask your agent to go over sales activity nearby and talk about the prices of places that went under agreement and how they compared to yours. Ask her about the pace of the market and how many places are going under agreement relative to how many are on the market. 3.5 weeks without a showing is not the result you want!