In the end, if you decide you are not satisfied with your agent, you should consider calling up other agents to hear what they have to offer.
You are not priced right to attract the market or for the price you are asking too much work or updating is needed to the home. If you are not getting showings, usually it is a price issue (could also mean price considering the taxes and association fees). If you are getting showings and not offers, usually it is a matter of the condition of the home. Seems simple, but it is very complicated in today's market.
Also FHA financing plays a big part in the sales of townhomes and condos. But keep this in mind, if the price of taxes and fees are too high, buyers can buy more of a home for the same monthly payment. You can't control the taxes or the fees. The only thing you can control is the price or the appeal of the home.
But keep this in mind too. As a buyer on your next property, you want the best price, but are you considering that as a seller. If you give a little on your townhome, can you take advantage of that savings as a buyer. With the interest rates now, run the numbers, you may find you come out much better on the buying end if you do not wait.
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Good answer Anthony and others.
Here's a suggestion, ask you agent to pretend you are a buyer looking for a town-home such as yours, price, size, etc. And have her take you to see those. Pretend you are a buyer - be objective as possible. If it is possible to see what is pending as well ask to see those. Then have her pull up the recent sales and closings. Have a full agent printout of the MLS of your listing. After your tour the two of you can discuss how your town-home compares to the market and decide what is the next best step.
Your agent has been with you for two years. She isn't motivated to not sell it. So ask her to be honest with you. The be ready to listen.
All the best to you.