The listing agreement is a legal contract which may or may not allow for termination before the end of the term. Some agents and brokerages will permit it, others not. During the initial period of the listing agreement the agent spends significant time and perhaps money establishing the marketing plan. You may offer to reimburse the agent and brokerage for their time and costs. Best Wishes.
Sun Realty of Fredericksburg
It's commonly understood that it can take a month for a good marketing program to get off the ground. Regardless of whether or not there would be legal implications, your may want to consider allowing additional time before exploring exit avenues.
But to give you a general answer, without seeing what your agreement actually says, I will say that in most cases the answer is no penalties unless you turn around and put it up for sale with another real estate company.. or.. somebody does want to buy it and the agent brings you an offer with every single thing that you asked for but you refuse to accept it for no good reason.
Your question is a little curious though. Is your concern about the market conditions is that it may not sell. Because if you take it off the market you are pretty much guaranteeing that it won't sell. Or is your concern about market condition is the price. Because price is still going to end up being a conversation with your agent.
If you feel your home is listed too low, ask that your agent to increase your listing price. If you are unreasonable with your request your wish just might get granted.
Send your address i wouldn't mind taking a look at your home.