You don't give us a lot to work with in your post, so let me offer some general advice.
According to Trula over 200 homes have sold in the last three months. The problem is that yours has not.
Here are the basics of selling a home:
When a home is listed it is automatically in competition with other homes on the market. The right list price (which is a marketing tool) and the right marketing that exposes the features of the home to the public determine what buyers and their agents think of your home.
We expect 10-12 showings in the first two weeks on the market. Your area has a LOT of inventory right now, so remember these are averages. The bottom line is that if we don't have any showings...then the price is too high, assuming the marketing is up to par.
In most markets 10-12 showings will yield an offer. So that means no showings, no offer, no offer, no sale.
You need to realize that this is a buyer's market. The only reason to sell now is if you have to sell. The price is not based on how much you owe, how much you paid, or how much you need to net.
If you cannot price your home to sell, the don't sell it. if you need to sell, then look at the 10-20 homes that are your direct competition. Go look at them., Make an objective comparison.
Then respond objectively. Market time will hurt your value. Listings that sell in the first month or so sell closest to asking price. Listings that sit on the market sell for less.
There are several reasons why a home is not selling. If the home is priced agressively ( as you are stating it is) then it might not be getting the deserved exposure it needs. Open houses etc. Feel free to contact me with questions. I have worked extensevely with buyers and sellers in the desert.
If you try to ask as much for your property as your neighbor got six months or a year ago, you're going to turn off potential buyers. Instead, price your home conservatively by looking at similar houses currently on the market.
A good agent can market your property on the internet on the major Real estate sites, that might help. Hang in there, a buyer may be right around the corner.
Neighborhood stats and trends
Showing and feedback (Is there something that you are consistently hearing?)
Did you price it too high in the beginning putting you in a 'chase the market' position?
Staging - what can you change to appeal to the broadest spectrum of buyers?
Marketing - Are you listed where buyers look? Specifically, where are you online?
Are you getting consistent and informative communication from your agent?
Is there anything that is a deterrent that you cannot fix - backing to a street or odd floorplan for example. In that case, the only fix is a lower price than the comparable sales.
Accessibility - Is it easily accessed and shown by agents and buyers?
Also, keep in mind comparable sales that were over 90 days old are already out of date. Hope this helps some. Refer to my site for other ideas. Best of luck Cheryl.
The price of a home is without a doubt the most important factor when it comes to selling a home. But there are many other considerations.
In our opinion, the second most important factor is visibility. If people don't know it's for sale the chaces of selling it are seriously deminished. What is being done to enhance its visibility? Where is it being advertised?
Our third important selling factor is curb appeal....Is your home one that people notice and think they would love to get inside to see what the rest of it looks like?
If you are getting showings, and there is still no interest, you may need to visit the price again.
The "Eckler Team"