Interviewing new agents remains an option you may wish to explore to determine what they can offer you. Interviewing a variety of agents does not exclude your current agent if you decide to remain where you are, but how can you really tell unless you explore your options?
Some critical factors in pricing may have shifted over the past year, and there are a new series of properties that have sold or come on the market presenting new factors and new competitionfor your property.The fact is, Pricing is key.
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When trying to decide whether or not to switch agents, it's important to evaluate what happened last time that didn't work well. You need an agent with a solid marketing plan, a strong grasp of the current market, a good sense of staging, energy to market your house and willingness to communicate with you about your property on a regular basis. If your agent displayed those qualities, I would ask him/her why they think the house didn't sell. Be sure to listen to their suggestions and evaluate whether they have some valuable insight. If, however, your agent did not perform it's time to find one who will. I'd be happy to speak with your further should you decide to make a change to a new agent. Either way, all the best.
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