Sit down with your agent, ask them a few questions. First ask them how many homes have they sold in the past year. Ask how they marketed these homes. Ask you Agent to do a new CMA on your home every 90 days, at this point the market does change and your home though reasonable at time of listing may now be priced a bit higher than newer listings. Ask your agent how the attract leads for their home sales overall! Don't be afraid to be a bit demanding this is you home for sale, it is our responsibility to be offering a lot more for you than just putting a sign on your law and listing on MLS. Make sure that they are telling all their fellow Realtors about your property. Ask about an open house, and especially one for Brokers, the more sale professionals that know your home and the features it offers the better the chance they find a buyer looking for the exact features you home offers. Okay I ahve asked you to put you Agent on the Spot, but they are 50% of what sells a home, Ask yourself, do you leave you Realtor do his or her job when they do show your home, best thing is to leave when a potential customer comes by, let the professional answer the questions and sell the home! Too many times a Seller will get upset or say the wrong thing within ears reach of a potential buyer! You love your carpet, the people veiwing your home are saying if they buy that has to be ripped up! Yuk those arches are so 70"s, can we do somethong about them, oh those custom shelves just have to go! Yeah all were what you thought were awesome features, but remember you are selling the home not you taste in decor. So leave the Agent to their task. Also ask yourself if you are doing your home justice when it comes to appearance. A home with too much furniture can look smaller than it is, the same for under furnished, though if I had a choice I wold go with under instead of over! Now look outside and tsee if the yard has appeal, it is important, first impression, love at first sight! chalk it up to what ever, it still sells homes! Selling you home will be a combination of things but these are most important. The price has to be in line with all other homes in the area, do not undersell, it will only hurt you and the next wave of people selling their homes in the same area. Appeal, both inside and out, what they see is what they want to get, so make it adorable! Finally avoid contact with potential buyers, the only contact you really want with them is when they shake your hand at the closing table. If you want any more advice, even if I am not your Realtor or selling in your area please call 727-457-4015.