I'm in the DFW market area, and every market area is different. I'm not familiar with yours.
It's all about price this year in DFW. It's a buyer's market, but I'm finding inventory to be spotty. In some areas, it's hard to find much on the market, because everyone is "waiting until it gets better" except the folks who have to sell. There are a lot of foreclosures on the market in some areas that are lowering comparables and which are competing with non-foreclosures. In addition, there are many short sales out there, too, which are trying to avoid foreclosure.
In the lower price ranges in this area, there is no lack of willing buyers. Being able to get those willing buyers qualified and approved for a mortgage is challenging. That situation is easing some due to positive changes in FHA mortgages. It will get better rather than worse in the next several months.
Many folks are choosing to lease their homes rather than sell so they can "wait until the market gets better". All of this "waiting until ..." is having an effect on the market as well. I wonder if the market wouldn't be doing much better if there wasn't so much waiting going on. Consequently, I've been seeing higher rental prices and a brisk market in leasing as an alternative to buying.
If you are one of those folks who got into a new home with no down-payment and a "creative" loan and you are trying to get some down payment money out of your home, you may find that you have no equity and that you may actually have to bring money to the closing table to get out from under this house. If you are in this situation, you are not alone either.
If you need to get the house sold now, you may have some hard choices to make. That's just the way things are right now.
You might also ask yourself about the service your listing agent is providing and whether you are satisfied and confident with him or her. Some realtors are lowering their commission rates to compensate for the market with mixed results and with mixed opinions in the real estate community. Again, my market is not your market, so I have no vested interest in your home (like competing for your listing) and lower commission percentages may be the norm rather than the exception in your area.
Good luck, and feel free to e-mail me if you'd like more of my sage advice :o).