this an agent should be in contact with you at least every (7) days to update you on market conditions.
it's very important to communicate information, you hire an agent as a professional to counsel and advise on market conditions and to sell you property. Hope this is helpful.
It serves no purpose for you to be discontent and have nothing done with your feelings. Express openly and expect that from your Agent.
Forthright conviction is best served when communicated in an open forum, directly and with all parties involved.
Best of luck.
The next question is what is it your agent promised to do for you during the interview?
Is the Realtor marketing the property?
Is the Realtor co-broking with other Realtors (advertised on your Multiple Listing Service)
Is the property priced competitively?
If you say that he is "not working to sell the house",
I am going to assume that you haven't had any OFFERS and probably no SHOWINGS.
The facts are that he may being doing a lot to attract Buyers and Agents, but if the LISTING PRICE is too high, it won't do any good: When a house hasn't sold over a long period of time, the odds are 98% that it is PRICE.
By chance, did your Agent suggest a lower price and you insisted on a higher price?
The LISTING PRICE is seldon the SELLING PRICE; it is there to attract Buyers. If it is out-of-line with the Comps, the Buyers will just bypass it; you won't even know they looked at it. You won't get any feedback.
Many Sellers are afraid that if they price the house at 10% UNDER the Comps, that they will have to sell it for that price: For several reasons, that is not true:
First of all, it is designed to attract MULTIPLE OFFERS, which should result in a bidding war.
Secondly, There are so many details (Contingencies, %'s, fees, Inspections, etc.) that you should always have an "out" or at least a reason to do a COUNTER>
You have to trust your Realtor and his experience.
If this is not the case, and you really do not believe in your Agent, then you know what you have to do.
Good luck and may God bless
However, it would be good to know what your expectations were?
Are the results you are experiencing in alignment with what your agent predicted?
Are the results you expect in alignment with the market conditions?
Have you been willing to make the necessary adjustments to accommodate and appeal to active buyers?
It is incredibly important to note the real estate agent NEVER sells a home, only the HOMEOWNER can. Your agent is a marketing expert. But even the best marketing resources will not compensate for a bad strategy. Review some of my previous answers to questions to get the six questions you need to research, then, and only then, can you compare the last two questions and place fault with your agent.
More data is needed.
I would suggest you go back and take a look at your listing contract and any additional materials supplied by the agent when you signed the agreement. If you still feel that the agent is not living up to the contract, then you should probably start by talking to the agent. The next step would be to talk to the agent's broker and, if all else fails and you still feel the agent is not doing his or her job under the agreement, then you should talk to the real estate commission in your state.