You are selling your home.... And you do have a listing agreement i.e. a contract with the brokerage of
your listing agent. Read the entire listing agreement, I am sure you have a term that deals with cancellation of listing agreement, there are some rules when to cancel i.e. advance notice, and what you can or cannot do during a certain period of time thereafter.
But I have a suggestion for you 1st) you sit down with your Realtor and discuss in detail the market conditions at the current time, how your pricing of your home fits in, are you low, average or high priced-- what do the comparable homes at this time look like ---- what has sold during those 2 months
astage your home better (moving around furniture, removing some, unclutter etc. etc., paint some walls----- we do not know the house so your Realtor should have some good ideas ---- get new professional photos of the inside and outside of your home, to entice buyers who are looking on the internet to see your home in person.
If you are still not happy with the outcome, see the managing broker at your listing agent's office and
see if he or she has a better solution for you, the managing broker can assign another Realtor from that office, and make or assist in making some changes in how the property is marketed or ....
Hope this helps
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