Hi there - do not for a second think that your price reduction was of no use - if your home has not attracted showings - you've got a pricing problem. If you've had showings but no offers - the same is true. So you are on the right track, but haven't hit the sweet spot yet. I tell my sellers that we can do our best to set the price, but the answer is awaiting us - the market will respond with their interest or lack of it.
You will sell when you get it right, so don't give up, keep on keeping on. The prior poster is right on - your home must represent a great value for what it is - features, condition, property, community.
My suggestion is to revisit your pricing analysis and also take a hard look at the comparables. I always recommend assuming there is only one buyer coming through town interested in a property like yours. It is highly likely with inventory levels high that that buyer will have many choices. So your goal is to make a compelling case that you are the ONE to buy.
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