If there is not reason for a buyer to purchase your home today, then there's not rush. Each buyer has a reason that they purchased their last home. There has to be something about your home that is valuable enough for him to buy it today. Examples:
" They fell in love with the kitchen"
" It had the backyard they were looking for"
Sellers spend a lot on landscaping, kitchen, and bathrooms for these reasons. If you're in the neighborhood the buyers want to live in and the home is priced well then you should be getting interest "Activity at the Open Houses, etc"
Work on those things. Make sure your home doesn't look lived in. When you buy a house you want to picture yourself in the home. Simple stuff
Let's be clear on one thing. Everybody wants to sell their home today. There's a big difference between having to sell and wanting to sell. If you don't sell you home today, what's the consequence? If it's nothing, I'll just see what happens tomorrow, then you want to sell. So that means you can't wait to see if the fish bite.
You can see from everybody's comments that price is the easiest way to sell your home. It's the easiest solution than figuring out "how to make your front yard look more appealing"
Forget it, I don't think you guys understand anything I'm saying.