When you say that 6 homes in your neighborhood sold, do you mean those homes "closed" on the sales process? If so, the offers on those homes were most likely made a while back, perhaps as much as 2 months on some. Buyers in many markets are very cautious.
Unless absolutely nothing is going on in your market for any seller, one showing in 70 days is an indicator that some revision in the price or marketing is in need. If your price is way too high, even if your marketing is very strong, you still won't get showings. If your price is slighly above market, and your marketing is strong, you might get a few showings, but probably no takers. If your price is slightly above market, and you have weak marketing, you won't get showings. Your price needs to be spot on market, preferably a bit lower, and your marketing needs to be strong.
I am not in your market, and my comments are generalized. You will need to rely upon your Realtor and local experts for exact recommendations. Here are some points to consider that would apply in any maket.
If you have any questions about any of the below, please post those questions, any comments, or any feedback.
The property is in MLS, and available for other brokers to show?
Is the commission amount offered to buyer agents competitive?
Is the property being submitted to IDX feeds so that it shows up on mulitple broker sites?
Are there mulitple pics and well written descriptions?
Does the property show up on third party sites, such as Realtor.com, Trulia, Googlebase, etc?
Do you have enhanced listing features, such as premium positioning, extended space for custom written text descriptions?
The above is not an all-inclusive list for marketing, but rather provides a few points for you to review. A comprehensive marketing package would extend far beyond my simple list above.
In some markets, broker open houses play an important role in the promotion of your property to buyer agents. In some markets, public open houses have high turnouts. Since I am not in your market, I cannot comment on this.
But, I do hope the generalized comments provide you some information from which to further evaluate your situation.
Deborah Madey - Broker