How long has your property been on the market, and how many showings have you had on it? If the property was not priced right to begin with, you probably lost a lot of traffic in the first 30 days, which are the most critical. Also check with your real estate agent (I'm assuming you are using one), and see how the property is being marketed. As Lynn stated in her post, there are a number of websites that your property should be marketed on. IE: my website not only features my properties, but those same properties are linked to 12 other websites that feature homes for sale. This does not include my MLS or the sites that it links to, that's an extra bonus. So, as you can see, there's a lot of exposure. Check with your agent and make sure that he/she has a website that links to other websites. You may just need more exposure. Lynn hit on some key points as far as pictures. You want a lot of pictures of your home showing up on your listing. Your agent should take pictures of the property that show your home in it's best light. Maybe you have a great backyard with extensive landscaping, or this super great master bath, make sure people see that. It's all about getting people through the door. One last note, don't let the assessed value of your home lead you down the wrong path. In today's market there are a lot of homes that are selling for less than assessed values. It's the nature of the beast , right now. Your best bet is to get an agent that can show you sales comps in your area that you compare your property to. Have the agent make the adjustments for bathrooms, square footage, etc. and have them prove to you that your sales price is where it should be. This is called a CMA. If all this doesn't work and you still have no traffic, then consider a new agent. Good luck!!