The rule of thumb for most markets is 10-12 showings or one offer in the first two weeks.
The key is to know what your competition is doing. If you set you price based on three weeks ago, and two properties that are comparable come on the market at lower prices, then chances are you need to lower your price.
The worst case to be in is "chasing the market". In the current economy the best way to get your home sold for the highest price is to price is slightly UNDER market and make sure that the marketing accurately reflects the features of your home that buyers will value. If those homes really are better values, then they will sell first...all things being equal (marketing, exposure, commission, type of sale...short sale vs. regular sale).
It's still early in the game and as far as we can see you are priced reasonably. We would give it another few wooks before considering reducing your price.
The mistake here is assuming that these asking prices mean anything....they don't! you should be looking at the recently sold prices of homes in your area, using them as your benchmark. Today's buyers are looking for deals so if your home has more to offer....buyers will see it.
* We'd like to sell so we can upgrade to a bigger home but in no way to we have to sell.
* Our next door neighbor will be putting their home up for sale in February. Probably asking more than the other two.
I did go to an Open House at the Gateway address. In my opinion the only thing that they have they don't is new laminate in the bathrooms, a 2 car attached garage (we have a 1 car garage) and a fireplace. Just my opinion.