How long have you been listed with him or her?
Now, if you were promised (hopefully, in a WRITTEN marketing plan) certain items that were not done..........or you were not given proper information on pricing (this doesn't mean that you didn't listen to the advice - just that you never received a detailed market analysis).........then.......you really should start with sitting down with your agent AND their Broker..... and have a discussion about what is troubling you, and how it can be resolved.
You signed a listing agremeent that can be enforced until the expriation date.
It would be in your best interest to try and work this out, and I am sure if you involve the Broker, things will improve.
If you feel you can no longer work with this particular agent, then another agent from that office can be assigned to your listing.
You can't simply "move your property" to another realtor/company without either the listing time period being up...or with an unconditional release from the current Brokerage.
I know that there are many factors in a home sale but without being overly negative, I think I will re-engage my current realtor once more. If my opinion of what I'm looking for is not getting better then I'll look to work with the broker to find a better fit for me and my realtor expectations.
I know my post seems very general but I have so many negatives right now I don't want to sound like a nagger. I'm just looking for a more active experience here with this sale. This is not my first interaction in the housing market and by far has been my worst one so far.
Again thank you all for your input!
I hope this helped. Please feel free to give me a call if I can help you in any way.
Coldwell Banker United Realtor