David Cooper - Las Vegas Foreclosure Investor in Bank Owned REOs with Cash Flow. email or call for FREE daily list. +1-7024997037 not a real estate agent
This is a very common comment. it is not always the agents' fault. I am assuming that your remark comes from the fact that your home has been on the market for a while and has not sold. You must go back to basics; that being the price. I cannot stress enough and more so in this market "price it right" when you first put it on the market. Putting a property on the market with an enflated price will not get the attention you are looking for. Ask yourself, do you want to list this property or sell it, there is a difference.
If you truly feel that your agent is not doing a good job talk to him/her go over your expectations; jumping ship to another agent and finding that agent telling you what you have already heard, "reduce the price" isn't the answer. Work with your agent who has already been on the job and knows a lot about your property, reorganize and yes, lower the price now; waiting for an offer on an inflated property is pure real estate suicide.
Best of Luck to you.
Agnes Tabor, REALTOR
Many sellers don't have an accurate appreciation of what is really being done by their agent to promote the sale of their home. We recommend having a conversation about their marketing plan for your home. You just may be surprised with what is being done.
Most likely your listing agreement is with the real estate company, who appointed this agent to you. If you are not satisfied with the above, you should call the designated broker for that company and request that another agent be appointed for you. Remember communication is a two way street, you will have a more satisfying experience if you express your concerns and listen to what your agent is telling you.