Hi Wendy, you say your house is on the web, who put it there, you or a Realtor? If it's with a Realtor, then I suppose it's on your MLS. If you do have a Realtor, I would suggest to them that they have multiple broker open houses, as we have to sell our listings to the broker community in addition to the public. Suggest that your broker offer some kind of contest to agents to generate interest and activity. For your own part, I would suggest you visit other comparable homes and see how you stand up as far as price and competition is concerned. Our MLS gives us the ability to print out, by ZIP code, every home that is listed and has sold in a particular time period. It is very sobering to see that there are 70 houses for sale in one zip code, and in the last quarter 6 sold. With that kind of absorption rate, it would take a long time to sell all the inventory, and that is assuming no new homes come on. In my area, if you have a 3 bedroom ranch, for example, you are competing with many many other houses.
If you have a Realtor, and are getting no showings, I would surmise that the house is overpriced, and even the agents think so, because even they aren't suggesting it to clients.