$160K is still high for what homes have sold for in Scotch Meadows in the last year. Sales in Scotch Meadows have closed around the $130K mark, and you are on the top end of your neighborhood. Whisper Ridge, on the other hand, has sold between $145K-$178K. Whisper Ridge is also new construction for the most part, and there are many buyers that prefer a non-lived in home.
I agree that you can improve your online presence with professional photos and staging, but bottom line, price will dictate whether buyers want to look at your home. If you aren't getting showings then buyer's aren't seeing your house's value.
Secondly, your marketing may need some work. Do you know how many times your property has been advertised on social media sites, craigslist, how many buyers your listing agent has brought in, how many prospects have come to open houses, how many newspaper/magazine ads, how many phone calls from the sign, etc...marketing in today's competitive market is very different... Bottom line: you need a stellar marketing plan, you need to be priced IN the market, not just be ON the market, and finally, selling today is a beauty contest and a price war: you must be the house in the best condition and be priced the best in order to sell.
If you are unsuccessful, it may be because of price, condition, or marketing or a combination. You have control of the condition of your home, the agent that you have hired has control of the marketing of your home, and the market has control of the value of your home.
Best of luck to you,
The Adelina Rotar Group
Keller Williams Realty
Selling 24 Properties in 2012 and Counting...