I am puzzled that you (a real estate pro) are asking this question. Maybe you could let us know?
At any rate, for those readers wondering about the answer, there are some great posts with very good advice. I' ll see if I can add some items not addressed so far:
1. What are you not happy about? I think you need to be more specific in order to receive advice that will help you.
2. It's been listed for three months. I don't see anything unusual about that. I believe that Florida is a buyer's market overall, so average days on market on probably over 90 days, meaning that you probably have a 180 days listing term, is that right?
Most of the time when sellers are unhappy it's because their home has not sold. Second to that is usually communication. According to the 2006 Seller Survey (Calif Association of Realtors) that is one of seller's pet peeves.
The reasons that homes do not sell vary, however the number one reason is price.
Did your Realtor show you a Comparable Market Analysis before you listed your home?
Who's price is it? Compared to the market, was it on the low end or high end?
In a buyer's market pricing your home "below" market is usually the best strategy. Starting high, the "chasing the market" , will usually net the seller less.
Did you and your Realtor discuss what would happen if
a) You had showings and low offers
b) Showings and no offers
c) No showings?
The single biggest issue is communicating clear expectations before hand, then following up on a regular basis, usually once a week, so as the seller you know the market.
How many new listings have come on the market, how many listings that are active have reduced their price?
How many listings have sold since yours when on the market?
How many listings have been cancelled or expired?
When you home has been shown, have you received feedback from the Realtor?
Have you reduced the price or changed your marketing in the last 90 days?
Have you approved all marketing? MLS information, print ads, mailers? What does your home look like on Trulia? Realtor.com?
What is the broker feedback?
If you don't know the answers to these questions, then you and your Realtor definitely have a communication issue.
Remember,. we don't make the market, we simply work in it, just like your stockbroker. If the Realtor is simply not communicative, then ask to speak with his/her broker. If you are both communicating, then show him/her this post.
If the truth is that the Realtor has been advising you to lower your price, and you are not selling until you 'get your price', then I would say it appears that you are not listening to the market. Another Realtor will bring the buyer 90% of the time, according to the CAR Buyer Survey 2006. If brokers are not showing your home, it's probably over-priced. If it is being shown, what is the feedback? If you don't have feedback that's a problem. if you have feedback and are ignoring it (like lower the price) then that's a problem!
If homes like yours have sold since your home was listed, you have a probem.
The solution is not complicated.
The pain of a price reduction is not optional.
Suffering with long market time in a buyer's market is optional.
Post more detail if you need help.