Pricing, pricing, pricing! I don't know who said it first, but, "there is no problem in real estate that can't be solved with price." Price it just below asking (8-10%) and let the "market" do the rest. If you price it too high, it will sit there and eventually be moved to the "sale rack." The longer it sits, the more buyers will make low ball offers" making the assumption that the seller is getting desperate and will accept anything. However, if it is priced below the market price (as determined by your agent's comps and expertise), than the buyers will respond and you will most likely generate multiple offers.
If you don't want to stage it, nor clean it, nor do small renovations, etc., than price it accordingly...i.e., low. If you choose to put some money and elbow grease into it prior to selling, this will generate a return of a higher price. Do as much or as little as you want, but know that this will be reflected in the offers that you will receive.