Debby Homestead realty Inc
If you haven't had a market analysis done by a Realtor it would definitely be in your best interest to do so. A market analysis costs you absolutely nothing but does provide a weatlh of information including recent sales, time on market, price per sq.ft sold, etc.
Troy Miller, ABR, RNG
TOTAL Realty LLC
If priced right houses have been moving and with the drop in interest rates buyers have even more incentative to buy now.
Do you have a Realtor representing you? Is it LISTED on MLS and 3-6 websites? Is the LISTING price realistic, or even a little LOW to attract Buyers? Have you had a BROKER's Open House? Have any Realtors previewed the house?
The PRICE should not be COMPARABLE to other ACTIVE houses, because they are not selling either!
The PRICE should be consistent with recently SOLD properties, because that is what it took to sell it.
Good luck and may God bless
You might want to ask your agent if he has published your listing on the internet, Trulia, Zillow, etc.
Take a look at the photos that your agent has published, make sure they're accurate and aesthetically pleasing.
You might ask your agent to throw some teaser ads on Craig's List and also hold a Broker's Open House. (A broker's open house is not necessarily open to the public and usually happens during the weekdays. It's a way for your agent to show off your house to other agents in the area.)
Be careful about trying to advertise your home yourself without your agent's input, as there are very strict and sometimes silly 'fair housing' laws to be aware of when advertising. I say 'silly' because what you might not think is a violation of the law, such as "great home for families" or "great home for retirees" both violate the law.