I don't know what kind of contract you signed, but at some point, discuss with your attorney.
If you are not happy with the current agent because the property isn't selling, look first to the pricing and then to the marketing...
Talk to your Broker first, tell him what are the issues !!!
You can always replace him, if you have not signed an Exclusive agreement
for a defined Period.
But you need to be sure that the home shows well, can be seen by buyers at will,
and priced right.
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All of the professionals that answered have responded with good advise, and i hope we have helped somewhat.
What did you agree to?
What did they agree to?
I would define where they are failing to perform, asking for a meeting with the Realtor, if that fails, with the broker.
In most cases (but not all) the seller thinks their listing is worth more that it really is. It is a shame that some REaltors are unable to communicate in a way that the sellers undertand the dynamics.
A listing has a short shelf life. 10-12 showings in 2 weeks should equal an offer. if not, lower the price.
If there are more complex issues (communication, not performing as promised) then address those. Realtors do not have any control of the market. If your home is over-priced, what you paid, how much you owe, how much you need to net...we have no control over that.