Sounds like your home is not the problem and it sounds like your Realtor is exposing it to the market. I have buyers that are looking and buying in North Fort Worth, so don't think the market is the problem either (although your price point may be slower. Hard to tell because we don't have enough info.). I read in your comments that you feel you are in the lower price range for similar homes, but I would still have to question if you are priced correctly. (Sorry :( ) Are your neighborhoood values declining or improving? If you are priced behind the market you will be constantly making adjustments to keep up, at which time you will have lost the buyers that might have been interested. My suggestion (if you haven't done this yet) would be to have an appraisal done to see exactly what your market value is now, and what your market is doing (decreasing, stable, or increasing). Make sure that you tell the appraiser that you also want the 1004MC report as well as the 1004 report. The MC report is a report that tells you the Market Conditions for properties similar to yours. It will cost around $300-$350, but could save you thousands if you are priced incorrectly. Make sure you communicate to the appraiser why you are having it done so that he/she is clear that it's not for a refinance, etc.. Talk this over with your Realtor and get their thoughts. Sounds like you have one you really trust and that speaks for itself. Good luck!!