There are 4 factors which directly impact the length of time a home sits on the market and they are the following:

1. Condition

2. Price 

3. Terms

4. Realtor©

Location is not something you can control, but it will have an impact on your home's listing price. Let's discuss the 4 factors you can control.

Condition - The condition of the home/property. Has their been upgrades? Is the decor dated or is that up-to-date? What renovations have their been? When was it painted last? How's the landscape? So many things to factor in.

Pricing - If it is on the market over 30 days then in most areas that would indicate the price is too high for the current demand.

Terms - What terms can you offer that would make the listing more attractive and more competitive with the other active Listings in your area?

Realtor© - This is an area where you really need to do some research. Ask family and friends in the area who they used. Look at the real estate professional's marketing, availability, and their brokerage. Is it a well-known brokerage? Do they have an extensive sphere to reach out to with news about the home when put on the mls? What kind of visibility will your home get once listed? 

I'm sure you've heard the term that the market determines the price on a home, right? This is true. 

Homes typically sell for the most within the first 30-days. After 30-days a home which is still on the market needs to have a review as to why. Re-adjusting the listing price is probably going to be your best strategy to get things moving again. The price is the MOST important factor in selling your home.

I think that's it. I hope this helps you if you are considering selling your home or if your home is currently on the market and you are wondering why it is STILL on the market.