In ANY market that you are selling, you need to know:
1-What the "market absorption rate" is for your neighborhood (3-6 mos average)
2-What the average differential (list/sold price) is for you neighborrhood (3-6 mos average)
Adjust your price below the market absorption rate to gain momentum and market interest. Also, you need a "pull all the stops" marketing approach.
Do things that other Sellers aren't. Hold a weeknight open house. make it fun. Be different. Be bold. Be SOLD!
Also, you'r home has been on the market during one of the slowest time of the year. I am sure it will pick up shortly - the pool of spring Buyers are starting to hit the market. I held an open house for one of my listings Sunday and had 13 couples (26 or more people).
I am sure you have a good agent who has your best interest in mind.
Best of luck!