Stage the curb appeal as well as the interior of the house. Have a gardener come out and get the front yard, lawn, trees, walkways and side yards and back yards whipped into shape. That will get them to the front door.
Yes, stage the house. It is more important than ever since you can't really beat some of the short sales and foreclosures on their list prices (unless you can take a $200,000 hit instead of just a $100,000 hit.)
Get the place really clean, Windows walls, every surface, nook and cranny. Hire professional cleaners to do most of that. I am talking about a lot of work, even if you are already obsessed with cleanliness.
Finally, follow the stagers advice about furniture, accessories, and lighting. They have studied and practiced their art