As far as the sign and/or lockbox remaining at your home, it should really be removed if the property is not actively listed.
Good luck to you,
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There are many reasons why listings can expire and I won't get into that in my answer because that's not the question you asked. However I'm amazed, maybe even a bit shocked that your home expired off the market and your agent never reached out to you prior to it expiring or the day it expired or thereafter and you are still thinking about calling that agent to relist?
Bottom line is you can take the sign down immediately. If the listings expired - the home is not for sale. Was your agent communicating with you at least once a week prior to it expiring? Do you know why it expired? Honestly if your agent just let the home expire with no warning, or attempt to relist it or sitdown with you to develop a new marketing plan, new price, etc., I wouldn't contact the same agent to relist.
Gina Chirico, Sales Associate
If a listing expires there was something wrong with the house, the location or the price.
If the listing agent isn't proactive and addressing these issues with you before it expires, there may also be something wrong with the agent. My advice would be to take the sign down if you can do this easily on your own, take a few days to interview some other agents and decide if you want to use that agent again or go in another direction. My suspicion is that another agent may serve you better.