Sorry to hear of your frustration.
The biggest single issue that clients have is dealing with unmet expectations. One of the misunderstandings that sellers have with listing agreements is that the purpose of the agreement is to SELL YOUR HOME. They believe that they are stuck in the contract, even if the Realtor is not SELLING THEIR HOME.
I have helped people in this situation and have some suggestions:
1. We need focus on facts - ask your Realtor, since your home hit the market, how many homes have:
-come on the market
- lowered their prices
- gone into escrow
What you are going to find is that homes have been selling..just not yours. You need to ask them "WHY?'. Then be quiet and let them explain.
2. IN order to sell a home you need showings. The average is 10-12 showings to yield on offer. So I expect 10-12 showings or one offer in the first two weeks, or we make a price adjustment, usually around 5%. How many showings have you had, what was the result of each showing?
3. Homes that sell in the first 30 days sell closest to asking price. In My MLS 99.7%, At 120 days on market that drops to 92.7% of asking.
The buyer that purchases your home sees it the first time with a Realtor 90% of the time. So if Realtors are not showing your home, it's overpriced.
4. So I would listen to their explanation, then you have a decision to make. If quite a few homes have sold, and they are unable to explain why yours did not sell, then I would simply explain that you hired them to sell your home, it is not sold and they don't have any suggestions how to get it sold, and tell them you need to find someone who can not only list your home, but get it sold.
Another alternative would be to give them two weeks to sell it, or you're going to find another Realtor.
I cannot imagine they could disagree with you (assuming other homes are selling). If there is resistance, ask them to arrange an appointment with their broker. That should do it.
If you are going to be interviewing Realtors I can recommend one.