I assume that you are talking about the San Jose area of Jacksonville, Florida and not San Jose, California since this question is posted on the Jacksonville portion of the site. If not, I apologize and there is no reason to keep reading.
We are actively looking to buy a home in the San Jose area of Jacksonville and have been following the area for quite some time. There are actually very few homes for sale in that area and most that are for sale have been on the market for a very long time. The ones that do sell appear to sell very quickly and are priced a good bit under recent comps. Your problem is more than likely price. If you are priced with comps, check the comps that your realtor is giving you. We have our realtor pull the comps each month so we will have the information we need when looking at homes. What we have found is that many (if not most) sellers agents are distorting comps right now to try and inflate the comparable listing price that they are placing on homes. Buyers are not falling for it. Make sure that your information is VERY recent and that the comparable homes are actually in the same neighborhood, on the same side of the neighborhood, same upgrade level, etc, etc, etc.