Next, was it your agent or the buyer’s agent that commented on the condition of the property? Not that it makes a lot of difference, but if it was the buyer’s agent then it is none of your business what they discuss. If what they said about your house is true then they did you a favor, fix the problems.
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If it was the buyer's agent you can't really do anything. Their allegiance is to the buyer and making sure they do what is right by THEM, not you.
If it's YOUR Realtor, then I would suggest you have a sit down with him or her and discuss what is bothering you. You are paying your Realtor not to just put up a for sale sign and wait to collect a check. Their job is to advise you and help sell the home in the best way possible. This includes making recommendations such as: repairs you might want to do, staging suggestions, and pricing strategy. As a seller, you also have a responsibility to utilize these suggestions, realizing that if you choose to ignore them then it could hamper the chances of selling your home.
Sit down with your Realtor and air your grievances. Hopefully this will clear the air, but if it doesnt then you should explore hiring another agent who is a better fit. Hope this helps!