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First I have to be clear that by answering this question I have no intention of soliciting the listing or to interfer with the agency relationship between you and the agent.
The stragey she is using is the correct one for the San Francisco market. Our market pretty much demands that properties be under priced. It has been my experience, on many occasions, to see no offers on a property till the price is lowered and then multiple offers come in. Some closer to the original asking price then the new lower price and I have seen offers over the original asking price but not until it was lowered.
It may sound strange but it is the way it is. One of the values of a good agent is that they know how the market for your product works. Here is what happens. The buyers know what the value is, in fact it is the buyers that ultimately set the sale price. If it is priced to attract buyers there will be more that see it and probably more that will want it. More buyers bring you the best price.