Louise, I suggest taking a look at these statistics. The St. Helena/Up Valley market (Angwin, Calistoga, Deer Park, Rutherford, St. Helena and Yountville) remains one of only two Wine Country markets (Healdsburg is the other) where inventory is lower on a year over year basis. 150 homes are for sale as of August 31, â€™07 compared with 162 in August, â€™06. Closings were up higher in August â€™07 over a year ago (14 compared to 12) but new sales fell to 9 compared to 16 in August, â€™06. An interesting pattern has developed in viewing average asking prices versus average sold prices in the Up Valley area. In 12/06, the spread between average asking price ($2,166,000) and average sold price ($1,055,000) was $1,111,000. It has varied since that time and was the narrowest last month at $379,000 ($1,779,000 asking price and $1,400,000 sold price). There may still be some price reductions in our market in order for sales volume to pick up. What these stats tell us is the buyers are present and ready to purchase so long as the property is priced right at or slightly below market. Also this is high season for Napa Valley since we are in the midst of "Crush". I would look hard at your pricing strategy and then make a move to market the home immediately to catch the crush season.