Hi Chris. Today's market is a little tricky as are today's buyers. Unfortunately, being priced under others in your neighborhood is not as important as being priced around what others have "Sold" for in the last few months. You'll need to have your realtor do an in depth analysis of comparable sales. It is often that if you're getting plenty of showings and no offers that they feel your home is overpriced. so certainly after 2.5 months...it's definitely time for a price change. But make an informed change. Know your numbers so you are priced correctly. If you can go 10% below the market, you should see your activity go up considerably and will likely see offers.
Now the other biggest factor that can affect offers is the condition. It sounds like you're getting positive feedback, and that is good because they like it enough online or by driving by to come see it....but that is not enough today. Today's buyer will likely have good things to say about many of the homes they see, but they will forget them so easily. The ones they don't forget are those that are COMPLETELY differentiated from the others. As it has been mentioned, go look at the other homes for sale in your neighborhood. Are the houses all mostly the same? If so, you have to do something extreme to make yours STAND out.
The first thing that you can not go too crazy on is cleaning. Clean like you've NEVER cleaned before. Make it so you see out your windows without a single hindrance to the clear view outside. Clean, clean, clean. Consider renting one of those rugdoctors at your local hardware store and clean your carpets. You won't believe what a difference those little things can make. And once you get your once in a lifetime cleaning done...keep it that clean.
Second, organize. If you're like most of us, we tend to acquire a lot of stuff when we own a home. Make sure your closets are only 1/2 filled at MOST...especially any walk in closets. Make those walk in closets appear to be very roomy and spacious, so start packing up anything you won't need until you unpack at your new place and start getting some of your stuff out of the home early. Consider getting baskets or something to organize in the closets or where you might have stuff laying around (office, etc.). It really does make a difference. Organizing goes for your main living spaces also. If you have lots of knick knacks...pack those up too. You want people to notice what a great house you have instead of your collections, etc. Take the family photos down. Depersonalize as much as you possibly can.
If you have large furniture, you might want to consider consolidating. Nothing makes a room feel smaller than furniture. The right amount or sizes actually helps, but oversized furniture or wall to wall pieces (too much) very much makes it look smaller. So that may be another item for storage! When in doubt, the bare essentials are best...the simpler the better. Arrangement of furniture is even more important. Each room should have a focal point and the room should be arranged around that (family room should have furniture arranged around the fireplace so the fireplace is highlighted as a feature (don't hide the features!!); the bedroom should focus around the bed, etc.)
Staging is very important as I've already touched on, but if you have dark colors on the walls, it's best to neutralize it. Don't go so neutral that is still the builder grade colors that they installed because those colors often feel a little cold or uninviting. If you need some color suggestions, just let me know. Don't be afraid of color though. Each rooms should have balance with 60% one color, 30% another and 10% a third. Don't be afraid to punch a room with bright colors if you're going with a neutral palate. Let's say you have walls in the brown tones and neutral furniture...pop red in with pillows or a few accessories or in the drapes.
You still may have to go the extra mile if your home still isn't too differntiated and put a little money into it adding features that your neighbors do not have. Kitchen and bathrooms sell homes, so if there are any small renovation projects you can do to enhance the house, go for it. Certainly, if there are any noticeable flaws or problems with the house, FIX THEM. Buyers notice everything..cracks in trim, in walls, nail pops, imperfections in floors. They notice everyrthing and when they see one thing...they wonder how much is wrong that they can't see. Go through your house with a magnifying glass and fix everything so your home looks brand new. That might just mean touch up painting on the walls (especially the trim) or on the doors.
Lastly, have the best curb appeal in your entire neighborhood. Make sure your yard is greener than all the others and perfectly manicured. Trim back trees or shrubs that take away from the view of the house. Fix anything that might need repairs. Put a fresh coat of paint on doors or shutters if need be. Seal the driveway. Good luck