The fact that the listing expired tells us a couple of things:
1. Is it priced correctly?
I would ask for your current Realtor to provide you with an updated CMA that shows homes, like yours, that have sold, expired, come on the market, etc.
2. Most lawyers and judges would probably be supportive of using a full service REaltor rather than a Flat Fee MLS Entry only Broker.
I research Discount and MLS Entry only brokers each quarter and compare their results in the MLS to those of Full Service brokers. I just finished answering another question just like this one today and the bottom line is this.
Listings taken my MLS Entry Only or Discount brokers are 38% less likely to sell than those of Full Service Brokers. I cannot tell you how many posts we get "why won't our home sell?". When you list with no listing agent, it's like playing chess with your eyes closed. You have no idea what is happening in the market , you're just "on the market", waiting, waiting, and waiting.
Also, homes that DO sell by MLS Entry Only and Discount Brokers sell on average for about 2% LESS than those sold by Full Service brokers.
Homes that do sell take longer to sell. Which makes sense...the faster a home sells, the closer the list price to sale price ratio. Homes that sell in under 30 days sell at 101.2% of asking price, but 96.3% of asking at 120 days.
In short, if you don't mind risking that your home will not sell,have got plenty of time, and can afford to sell for less, then go for it.