My fellow realtors and I have given some great ideas. Lots to think about...
Best of luck to you!
This is still a buyer's market and you must think like a buyer. Why your home over others? As we approach fall, the real estate market will begin to slow. You and your agent must "up your game" if you want to settle before winter. Best of luck to you.
If you do decide to make a switch, make sure to end your listing agreement with your agent before interviewing new ones. I don't mind lending advice on the topic, but I would think any agent here would have a problem actually trying to earn your services while you are working with another agent for ethical reasons. Once you are free, make sure you interview 3 or 4 agents to decide on your next real estate consultant. Consider all of the advice given here, decide for yourself why it hasn't sold and then make sure the next person you hire can fix that problem.
Pricing: If other similar properties are selling for less, then I would recommend a reduction to be more competitive. In our area, closings are up from last year and inventory is a little lower, resulting in a more positive outlook for the Real Estate market.
Realtor Coldwell banker
It is only two reason why this could happen. One the property is overprice and second the marketing that your listing agent is doing for you.