Are you getting showings on your home? If the answer is no, then the price may be too high. If the answer is yes, here's an interesting twist (my broker suggested it and I thought it was brilliant) find out what makes the potential buyer tick, did they love the family room? Were they imagining where they would put, for example, a pool table, video game console, or bar? Then offer to include one if they make an acceptable offer and close on the house. Pre-determine an amount of money you would be willing to invest in such a 'bonus' and offer it directly to the buyer. You mentioned $2,000. Maybe that is your price limit. Think of some things you may be able to include that will be the icing on the cake for the buyer! New appliances? Granite countertops? Patio furniture? I like the idea of a home warranty if they are afraid of repairs, but that's a little boring. Here's the thing, people may dream of having, perhaps, a home theatre set up in the faily room, but it's something they would probably never buy for themselves, so buy it for them. It's like making their birthday wish come true.