I am sorry that you house has not sold in this time frame. Relocation transactions are more commonin many area than people may realize.
I telll my clinets that one of my main jobs is to get the word out to buyers & agents. I use several means to do so.
I hope your agent has shared with you most of what he/she has done, but you probably do not know all that has benn done for you.
The market is difficult to say the least. & Frustrating to most everyone. I would do some research with your current agent before making a change. Get a really, really good picture of what is going on in your area.
Talk to the relocation counsultant & make sure you know hhow their program works. Relocation packages can be very, very helpful, but the offers for buyout can be real eye openrs to sellers.
They will probably have you talk with several agents & have tehm do in-depth research & they may have some appraisers come out as well & do their research. Their advice on pricing to you will be based on that research & around here has been much lower than sellers have expected.
I would ask your agent to do another market analysis & to sit down with you and review the information.
How many houses have sold in your maket area in the last 6 months - & in the last 3 months?
Where does your house sit in comparision? What is sellling in your area?
You need to look at the absorption rate in your area in your price range to have a good picture of what is going on there.
Ask you agent to supply you with the # of houses on the market in you market area & the number sold in the last 6 months & the last 3 months.
Figure out the # of sales per month -- divide that into the # of houses on the market & then you will know the absoprtion rate which is the number of months supply that is on the market. it can be a hard number to look at.
I do some Relocation. We always have signed the exclusiionary clauses for relocation companies, but then we have a large relo department. Could you not have your relocation counselor call the head of the relocation department at your agent's company? Or the broker if there is not a separate relocation staff. Have the counselor see what they can work out.
There probably is a charge to withdraw the listing from the MLS system. Perhaps if the listing were transferred, they would not have to pay that charge.
Or as already suggested, you could simply wait until the listing expires. I wouldn't think it would last too terribly much longer if you have already been on the market for 120 days.