I have had North Hills buyers this year who've had comparatively little trouble finding homes, and others who had unrealistic expectations. For example, a $175K house is very different from a $225K house here. And sometimes $175K-qualified buyers find that the features they want/need are only available over $200K!
Correct pricing is important, and as the first respondents note, well-positioned properties sell in any market. All homes are unique -- especially to sellers, but your home's features will only be seen through showings, and you only get showings (especially coveted second showings) by creating the perception of value. That is, when agents or buyers search for homes using simple criteria (e.g., 3 br, 2 ba, garage in a certain area), you don't want to be the highest priced property on the list -- or worse, too high to even get on the list.
There is still quite a lot of inventory out there (though it varies by specific area; a lot of "North" properties are actually Northside, not really North Hills), but interest rates are still extremely low, and the buyer credit was extended and expanded. It does "feel" a bit slow to me, but things do slow down around the holidays. On the other hand, those buyers who are out in the winter are generally more highly motivated. It's one thing to stroll through an open house in July, and quite another to brave a blizzard :-)
In the end it comes down to your motivation, specific needs, and willingness to reposition if necessary. If it's priced right, you should get showings immediately, and one or more offers within 4-6 weeks. Those offers will establish market value, at which point you decide whether selling makes sense in the context of achieving your overall goals. This isn't 2005, to be sure -- but it's also not 2008. Good luck!