Kirkwood is a desireable neighborhood and if this is the season for you to move then I would do the homework involved in getting the right price.
Thats where the agent steps in and provides you with the comp's to date, and does the pre-requisite absorption rate, weighting of your particular unit to the other properties, etc.
However two things to consider:
1) Noone can tell you how the market will be next spring - or two springs from now. The economy drives the consumer to buy or not, and in an election year things could go either way.
Optimistically, I would say that an election year should make for a good economic push - that is until the votes are counted... then we all get a wake up call to which way the wind will shift, again.
2) What are your priorities and will a couple percent points really make all that much of a difference to you. Try doing the math for what you think your home is worth and what the other homes are selling for. If the percentages aren't working for you - you might consider waiting.
To be totally thorough - do a reverse percentage based on how much you would "hope" the market will gain in a couple seasons... if the spread is good - wait; if its insignificant put the house on the market and save yourself some guess work.
The truth is - if you aren't in all that much of a hurry; put the house up for what you want and let the buyer come to you. I've used this example in the past but it bears repeating: A house was for sale in a subdivision outside Atlanta - price $100k over the other homes in the neighborhood. Didn't think they'd ever find a buyer and even their agent was surprised when presto-chango the house sold in 3 month or less.
Moral of the story - there's a buyer out there for your property: if you have the time and patience let them find you.