What type of feedback have you had on your home?
What you feel is"perfect condition" might mean something else entirely through the eyes of a buyer.
Various things can affect the sell-ability of a house, i.e., layout, room sizes, amount of light that enters the home, even less-than-conventional paint color.
It's important that you get an objective point of view to be sure you have done all you can to ensure that your home is as 'sellable' as possible.
Finally, as Cathi said, don't always go by how the neighbors are pricing their homes. A person can price their home however they wish; it is what the market is willing to pay that matters. Be sure your home is priced accordingly.
As an FYI, in the Morton Grove area of Chicagoland, there are currently 206 single family homes on the active market, and in the past 12 months, the average 'sold' statistics is a worrisome 56%. The average market time over the past year has been between 100-160 days. But again, this is for only 56% of the inventory, which did sell at about 95% of asking price. The rest of the inventory over that time period expired.
Good luck, Sandra. Sorry for your frustration!