Mark gave you good advice below. You get what you pay for. And a picture is worth a thousand words. I would not have used any of the photos I see in your listing. They show a vehicle parked center that makes a garage look smaller, what appears to be a large weed on the patio, some photos appear taken with a cell phone, small corners of rooms, back of a sofa, etc... New builders sell homes with attractive looking models and photos. Photos sell.
Some of the things I do is post 25 attractive photos. But this only works if the homeowner cooperates and makes the home look attractive for photos. It is not easy for an owner occupied home to compete with a new builder. I export my listings to over 50 websites for maximum exposure. But again, it only works if the photos sell. if you opted for a lmited service listing, I presume you are doing the marketing? What are you doing to sell the home? Have you staged it and held open houses? Taken professional photos? Made professional looking brochures?
Just saying, if you are trying to get $24,000 higher than you paid 7 month ago, you will need to do some marketing. I am in this area so I know the builders have increased prices about 3-4 times since then. But buyers from other areas dont know this. They just think you are tring to sell for 24k more than you recently paid. It appears you are probably trying to cover your closing costs and not sell at a loss. That is difficult when selling less than 12 months after purchasing new.
The best advice you received is to lower to below 200k. It will probably double or triple the number of searches you appear on. I would also advise you match the builder incentives. If they are offering seller paid closing costs, buyers with little money will go there first. Even if it costs them more, the out of pocket cost to close is less when the seller pays 5-10k in closing costs. They spend thousands to market their homes. What is your marketing budget to compete?
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