Read your listing agreement. It has a provision for cancellation. Use that provision. Then file a complaint with the Local Association of Realtors. You may have to pay a few bucks for the agents work and advertising, depending on how the listing agreement was laid out, but it might be the way to go. An agent cannot refuse to remove your home from the MLS. It is against the MLS Rules, Code of Ethics and the law.
Gary De Pury
Bay Vista Realty & Investments, Inc.
Director, Florida Association of REALTORSÂ®
Chairman, Communications Committee... more