Screenhome...... Dp summed it up quite well in regard to price.
As agents, we have all heard the famous last words: "I am not going to give my house away"! The truth is...it's not "giving it away" if no one will pay you more for it. This is a painful and difficult concept for most sellers to accept.
I have a pair of size 8 jeans sitting in my closet....I look at them wistfully....if only they still fit.....but unfortunately, they don't, and I have to deal with fits NOW, not what used to fit !!! (get my point?) :)
Anyway, maybe at one time your home would have sold for 150,000 or more, and maybe you even paid that much..........but, unfortunately, that's not what it is worth today. It is worth what someone will pay for it.
Back to price............why wait..get the price down now.........you home has already been on the market too long...it becomes stale, and buyers wonder what's wrong. Peel off that proverbial bandaid quickly.....small reductions just prolong the pain.
If you want to let the listing expire, give it a rest, and try on your own for a few weeks,.....following Rock's advice.....that's your call. You still need to deal with the price even if you decide to go with that option.
Just a small plea for your agent...it sounds as though he or she is going to become the scapegoat.......you will find a new agent, reduce the price, and then it might sell. New agent becomes the hero.
There's an old joke that says the second wife makes out better than the first one.........so does the second..(or third.. agent)!! If your current agent worked dilligently on your behalf, don't make him or her bear the brunt of your frustration with the market.
Good luck............let us know what happens.
PS...Rock - you can always sic Mrs Rock on Dunes! (hope he isn't reading this!)