That is a great question.
If your home is not receiving the proper amount of attention, there are many factors involved.
#1. is local market a buyer or seller market?
#2. What is the volume of like kind sales?
#3. Where is the like kind sales occuring?
#4. Where are sales at your price point occuring?
#5. What distinquishes these homes from yours?
Based on the above data, you can determine what the value bracket of your home should be and the time interval required to complete the sale.
As you have noticed and reflected in your comment, ready and able buyers (in a seller market) have grown weary of chasing ficticious homes for sale and vapors of home sold long ago that is exhibited on internet sites. They really are looking for homes that represent a high aviliablitity and likelihood of closing.
Assess the issues and 1-5 require and make the changes needed. There is no amount of advertising that will sell your home. A proper strategy, correct pricing and data supported expectation are the essential ingredients.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL