"Wrong" is the in the interpretation I'd like to start off saying. Many agents have suggested the correct thing. Communication is the #1 reason the relationship is strong or weak. That being said, have you received it. If you have, did you reply as well. The communication is between you both. Make sure if you are having a challenge you have addressed it with your agent and inquired with your concerns. You should expect and receive regular updates on the progress of your homes exposure to the market, what the feedback is, can you work with any of the feedback to improve your odds of making it a sale and what trend is the market taking at the time so you remain competitively "in" the market vs just "on" the market. For example, a home is for sale going on 5 months, there have been over 200 showings (including open houses, broker tours and individual showings), there have been two offers, the home remains unsold. The contract is nearing the renewal stage....the seller ending their professional relationship with the Realtor may feel wrong as the work is being done, the thing we cannot control is how much you want for the home. The price is what the buyer is willing to pay. Our job is to get the exposure to as many buyers as possible so you have offers to negotiate at the highest they are willing to pay and you are willing to accept. If the seller remains the highest bidder then it's not anything to end a relationship over unless seller not willing to sell. On the other hand, if your Realtor puts you in the MLS and never is heard from again, end the relationship, you deserve better.
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