During the time your home was listed you reviewed homes comparable to yours that sold at lower prices and did not listen to the price your agent suggested to list at.
You did not vacate your home during open houses.
You made it difficult to show your home by not making it accessible to buyers.
You did not keep your home clean and neat.
Your agent provided regular updates and made suggestions that you did not listen to and act upon.
Some times it is and some times it's not the agent's fault that your home did not sell.
Has your Realtor not performed his/her duties?
Do you think your Realtor has done what they can to help you?
If you think they have done a good job, but you have just not found a home or been qualified for a home... then I would consider extending their contract. Because if they have spent a lot of time, energy and gas money to help you find a home-- they do deserve to get paid.
If you just want to change because you don't want to pay them-- that's another story...
So what's going on?
If this answered your question, please give me a "THUMBS UP" or "BEST ANSWER"-- thanks!
the short answer is no. We would prefer loyalty but I assume there is something going on that you are not happy with or just simply not getting along, or something else, which unfortunately happens sometimes. We do not hold anyone to a contract if they are not happy with our services. However, if you signed a contract read it carefully ( I am not sure if you are a seller or a buyer) in either case read it carefully.
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Communication, Price, Condition and Marketing.
The first three can be the fault of the agent or yourself or a combination of both. If you want to get your house sold you need to objectively sit back and see where the problem lies. Just about every home is saleable in 45-90 days. Period.
Below is a link to a series of articles about re-listing your home.
Ill leave you with one thought...
Doing the same thing will obtain the same results!
If you want to sell your house something needs to change.
Here is a series on the expired listing I wrote. I hope you find it useful.
Take a hard, honest look to see where the problem may be. The last thought to leave you with...
Doing the same old thing, will continue to produce the same results!!
If your answer to the 1st two is yes and the answer to the third one no, its not your realtor.
Price sells homes. It may for less than you want or need, but it is what the market will be telling you. If you are unhappy with a low price, you can wait and hope the market turns.