Seller, statistics show that the first 2-4 weeks you listing is active is when it will receive the most activity. If you have not had any showings in the first 2 weeks lower the price immediately. If you have made the decision that you are definately moving, and time matters, (because you have found the one you love), the right now you are paying on a depreciating asset. In most areas home prices are falling, so any money you put into the home is money that you may not get back, the only way to get it back is to ride out the market and see your value climb back up. So each time you spend money you are not gaining right now, so the quicker you get this done the better for you. Better to make payments on the home that you intend to stay in until the market rebounds, that money you will get back. If you are on the market and the market is falling then every month you are overpriced the market is actually falling away from you. So if it is down, for example, 10%, and next month it is down 12%, you would have been better off to sell in the 10% month.
I hope that makes since. This may give you a different perspective. If Donald Trump owned real estate that was falling in price and he had to sell it, don't you think he would tell his people to sell it quick before it falls any further and he looses any more money? Yes, and that is what you should do in the market.
Remember all homes will sell at the right price, what you have to decide is, "Is the right price worth the gain of the new house", if it is then get it done as soon as possible. The only way to find the right price and not leave dollars on the table is to consistently (every 2 weeks) lower the price until you get to to a number that generates physical showings, now you are getting in the ball park.