My father always said "confidence is the feeling you have right before you truly understand the situation".
Just curious, how many Realtors did you interview?
My guess is none.
How did you come to select an MLS Entry Only broker? Did you talk with them? Do you know what results the achieve?
Here are some facts. They are based on my quarterly research from my MLS:
The homes that sell closest to list price sell in the first 30 days on the market. That's only 20% of the lisitngs. They average 99.7% of asking price. The other 80% accumulate most of the market time. At 120 days on market the list price versus sale price is 92.3%...and that is AFTER some price reductions.
You my friend are in the 80%, with 33 DOM and not offers.
The 20% Realtors know that the most interest for a new property occurs in the first 14 days, so their goal is to see 10-12 showings or one offer. If we don't see that activity, a price reduction is in order. We also know that 90% of the time the buyer is brought by a Realtor. So if we are not getting showings by Realtors, or offers, the Realtors think the property is not worth showing or writing an offer.
So by looking at the link below you can see that 8 homes sold recently and there are 348 homes on the market. That means that YOUR HOME has 2.3 % chance of selling.
So let me recap:
The expertise a Realtor brings to the table - how to prepare a home for sale, how to select the features that buyers will find attractive and market those features to Realtors who bring the buyer 90% of the time, and help in setting the right price, and tracking how the market is performing (meaning how homes, like yours, are doing on the market)....all this you have sacrificed to save a few percent. And now you are asking US, who do not know your market, nor your home, nor your personal situation, for help.
Who are you kidding?
I track the performance of Discount and MLS Entry only brokers versus full service in my MLS each quarter
This is their record:
Homes that are listed are only about half a percent of the total inventory
When they are listed they fail to sell two to three times as often
When they sell, they sell on average 2-3% LESS List price versus sale price
They take longer to sell