Your area, like most of the US has had a leveling of prices.
The Average time on the market now is over 128 days.
The good news is that in your area there are buyers and they have been and are buying.
In the past, in your area, taking sold comps 6-12 months back would give property value.
But with the devaluing and now static market in your area, lenders are requiring the appraisers to use comparable sales no older than 3 months.
The buyers who are buying have more inventory in any given parameter than has been available, and they are shopping for the best deals.
For anyone wanting to sell their property, it is crucial to price correctly.
When establishing value, only use sold comps no older than 3 months, use the comps that command the least adjustment, then price at value rather than value + (+room to negotiate)
By pricing at value, Your home will seem like the best deal to the hard shopping buyer, and will most likely be the property chosen to make offer.
Of course, the buyer will come in with an offer cutting your price, expect that.
But because you have priced at value, and most all of the other offerings are overpriced to the point of not being able to appraise out if they did get contract, or priced at value +, your buyer will more readily "justify" (in his mind) the value in your counter offer back to value.
Just a suggestion. Meet with your realtor, establish the value of your property based on sold comps within the past 3 months max. , price at value, and see what happens over the next 4 weeks (that will give tiem for most of your realtor's marketing to reflect your new price)
In the mean time, unclutter (this is a great time of year to give dust collectors to charity), clean, make your home look light and bright by placing lights in dark areas. Change a/c filters, clean a/c grills.
Best of luck in the sale of your home.