If your agent objects to this, then that may be a sign that you would be better off working with a different agent.
Never doubt that your agent wants to help you -- after all, she does not get paid unless she does help you.
Put yourself in your agent's shoes; is there some real reason that she is having trouble getting it shown? If so then just getting a different agent is probably not going to solve your problem.
Communication is the key. Talk to her, and if you can not agree on an course of action, then start interviewing other agents. But you may find that you will have similar issues with a new agent if you have what has turned out to be unreasonable expectations.
I suggest that you speak with your agent and your agent's Broker again to discuss what your expectations are for her performance in marketing your home.
If you are not satisfied with what your agent will do for you marketing-wise then maybe you can suggest that the Broker assign another agent from that office who you will feel more comfortable working with.
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