I am sure you are going to receive some responses from Realtors that work in that area. I do not, however I would like you to be aware of this:
In almost all cases, homes that sell in the first month will sell closest to asking price. Why is that important? Because if you are trying to sell for the highest price possible, your goal should be to sell within the first 30 days. As a property sits on the market, it loses value.
In my MLS, homes that sell within 30 days sell for 98.5% of asking price. At 120 it goes down to 93.6% of asking...and that would be AFTER a price reduction or two. However, the AVERAGE Days On Market (DOM) in my area is 110 days. So that means that about 25% of the properties are listed and sold within 30 days (I would call them the properties offering buyers the best value). That means that the OTHER 75% of the listings have LONGER DOM, some up to a year!
So when you talk with your Realtor, ask them what their plan is to sell your home, and pay attention to the time frame. In real estate, homes have a short shelf-life.