Hi Jason - well, your question has a lot of variables!! Certain price ranges/neighborhoods are certainly slower than others. The first-time homebuyer tax credit has sort of usurped some of our normal buyers from May, June, and possibly even July - and encouraged them to buy their home before April 30th to be able to take advantage of that credit.
Not knowing much about your home, your location, price range, etc. it is tough to say if that particular segment of the market is one of our slower ones right now. Selling a home is not an easy process, for you or for your agent. She only gets paid when she sells your home, in the mean time, she spends money and time advertising, doing open houses, fielding calls, checking signs, etc. - so her goal of course is to sell it.
Have your agent sent you some information on what HAS sold in your price range and area? There are reasons people pick one home over another. Does yours have a couple of objections that you might be able to overcome with a little investment? (i.e. added landscaping to increase curb appeal, a little staging, painting, carpet cleaning, professional cleaning, everyone who came through hates the pink toilet, etc.?)
If she hasn't done that - maybe go ahead and ask her to send you some comparable solds, check those out online now that you are out of state. What do they have that yours doesn't??? Are they offering something you aren't (as the previous answer mentioned)? Are all of the sold properties that are similar selling at a lower price? Sometimes even if the value is there and we are confident in the price - buyers are getting deals elsewhere and paying less than homes are worth. And remember - a comparable property is NOT one that is active (because they haven't proven they can get that price) and IS one that has the same general square footage, same general location, same general age, same style of home (a ranch is not comparable to a two-story or a split-foyer in marketability), and same condition.
Interest rates are fabulous right now but there are a lot of buyers out there with a "wait and see" attitude right now. Perhaps you and your agent can come up with a creative way to make it all fit together?