First option would be to read your listing agreement most agents use the standard MLS or FMLS Listing paperwork. You should have a copy from the agent when the house was listed. Both of the local MLS companies do charge a fee to withdraw the home in addition to any fees the company would charge however if you are transferring to another agent the fee is not charged by MLS. Secondly be honest with your agent about the reason you want to withdraw your home try to see if he or she can work out the concerns that you have. Todays market is the most difficult market I have been involved with in the 26 years I have been an agent. It is hard for a Seller to compete with REO and Short Sale listings.