This is Paul's post from earlier:
"Just a quick word on outfits like Redin. Discounters compete with discounters. Full service agents compete with full service agents. There have always been, and always will be discount brokerages. I will never believe that the potential savings on commission will ever outpace the profit lost by not utilizing the services of an experienced full service agent, but that is beside the point. What brokerages like Redfin charge has absolutely no bearing on my fee. I will never secure the business of the person who ultimately decides to employ one of these companies. My potential client is the one who realizes that any compromise on service and expertise for a lower fee is far more likely to hurt than to help. In Scottsdale, my competition are top flight agents with Re/Max, John Hall, Equitable, and fellow Realty Executives. Within this grouping, my fees are highly competitive. Help-U-Sell, Flat Fee Realty, Zip Realty, etc duke it out with each other at the other end of the spectrum. If they charged six dollars and a ham sandwich to sell a house, it would not impact me in the least. "
I hate to say it, but from your quote, "work 24/7 for a reduced commission and in this market there could be other more lucrative jobs." it sounds as if it is time for you to find a more lucrative job because I think working 24/7 is burning you out.