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Is there anything about your home or neighborhood that is a negative?
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In todays market you must stand out from other homes.Another way to stand out is to have a home warrenty on your property. It will protect you until it sells and give the buyer piece of mind. It will cover them for 1 year after settlement. If 2 houses are the same and 1 has a warrenty and the other doesn't, the buyer will choose the one with the warrenty. It adds value to the home so if the furnace stops working for a small co-pay they get a new furnace. Also, if that were to happen and there were no warrenty the buyer might suspect the owner knew about and could pursue legal action. I hope this helps you.
You haven't posted (at least in this question) some very important information--the price, how it compares to the comps, how long it's been on the market, whether you've gotten any traffic, what marketing your agent is doing, whether other homes in the neighborhood have sold, and so on.
No interest? No showings? It's either overpriced or not being marketed. So: (1) Ask your agent to run a CMA. Have him/her provide a suggested price based on that. Then YOU look at the information and see if it makes sense. Then visit other homes nearby in the same approximate price range--say within 10% either way of your listing price. See how they compare. Then price your home accordingly. (2) Review the marketing plan your agent provided you when you listed with him/her. Determine whether your agent is following through. Even if he/she is, is the marketing plan sufficient? Are there other things you ought to be doing?
Hope that helps.