It is extremely important that you understand the reality of the present parket and that even the most skilled and enthusiastic person cannot change the market conditions.
Undeveloped land has the most utility and highest value when demand is greatest(law of supply and demand). New construction is down drastically. Because of this decreasing demand for land it will continue to be difficult to find a buyer for your property.
The tactic that many land owners are taking today is to wait it out and avoid having to deal with feeling you are giving your property away. There is a buyer......but you probably do not want to price it as low as it needs to be to attract one.
Hope we are wrong...
First your agent is not a Realtor if the property is not on the MLS unless you requested that it not be put on the MLS when you listed all MLS members must put on the MLS and only Members of a board are Realtors,
Your agent is a Real Estate agent that does not have the MLS available to them.
You need to contact someone that not only places your property on the MLS but one that places it on many other WEB sites and works with builders. The agent soes not have to be down the street just in the same MLS that means any of us in HAR. Lot are marketed much differently than homes.
Although I do not sell property in Houston I have some questions you may want to ask you agent. How is he marketing the home? Flyers, Virtual tour and definately MLS through HAR. There are other local real estate magazines that circulate at local grocery stores. Maybe raising the price and offering an incentive towards closing or buyers agent incentive. Just giving you some ideas. My philosophy is you have to spend money to make money. I would also ask for a Market analysis for you property so you know whats going on in your area. Take care and good luck.
I agree that you should speak to your agent about your concerns, sometimes that is all it takes to make your agent see that they are not doing what you expect.
Also, maybe look for an agent that is a Seller Representative Specialist (SRS), Realtors who have this designation have had continuing education on assisting sellers.
Good Luck with your agent!
I'd love to take a shot at earning your business, should it not work out with your current situation. If you are currently in an agreement with another agent then I can't do much for you at this time.