I don't know about New York, but many states don not allow an agent to sell homes in a park that the land is not included. You would have to find an agent with a mobile home dealers license in that instance. If the land is included, then it could just be that they have bigger fish to fry. An agent has to make a business decision on which segment of the market to focus on. I have worked with some inexpensive listings, and in addition to helping someone move on with their life, it has also brought referral business.
Craigslist and similar sites are often watched by buyers, so if you can't find an agent, you are on the right track.
In order to determine a value, consider inviting a few local agents from different realty companies and ask for CMA--comparative market analysis, review the data and make a determination on price--or, consider hiring any local professional appraiser.... more
Are you getting showings and no offers? Are you getting showings at all? All depends on what kind of traffic you are getting. What is happening in your area? Are other houses getting showings and or selling?
Make sure that you are priced competitively with the other homes for sale in your area. If you already are then try pricing it just below the competition.
As far as when to reduce, the sooner the better.... more
The best way to do this is to have a Realtor come in and do a complimentary market analysis for you. If you do not have anyone you care to work with, please contact me off line and I will recommend someone really good. I can be reached at Gail@GailGladstone.com... more