If your current agent works hard, you already have a good agent....as the seller, you are his or her greatest critic!!! You did not mention his or her experience, so I am assuming they are not brand new. Even though the company maybe new, most likely, the broker or other agents have had prior experience before opening this company. My cuurent company is only 2.5 years old, but we have well over a 100 years of experience in our area, and we are one of the top five selling companies in our region. Another company in the area has also come to the area as a newcomer and that company is also one of the top five.
Suggestions- Ask them to be completely honest with you about the reasons your house has not sold before you start interviewing other agents Tell them you truly want an honest evaluation as to why it hasn't sold and go from there. Average market time for properties typically mean a house will be on the market for about 6 months, if you are expecting results quicker than this, it may be a wee bit unrealistic, unless you are fortunate enough to be in a market with quicker absorption. As far as finding a good experience agent, ask your friends, neighbors or other respected professionals in your community who they may recommend, surf local real estate sites and research them yourself...but beware of sites that claim to have an "approved list of professionals" Their screening process and selection method is usually dependent on whether or not that agent has sent them a check.