Ok, so I've had my house for sale for a while now...
we listed 3/2009 with an agent, had 2 acceptable offers within 2 weeks, accepted 1, my wife lost her job, we pulled out of the market and took the house off.
we relisted 2/2010 have had activity, 1 good offer that fell through, a few lowball offers, everyone loves the house, but its a 2br 1 bath and it doesn't "fit" them despite being bigger than a lot of the smaller 3brs. contract expired in 4 months, we relisted at a lower price for 3 months, still activity but no offers.
Ok, we know we need to lower the price, I get that. Now should we change our RE agent now that the contract is expiring?
Houses are selling in our area, some sit but for the most part nice well priced houses are moving.
she brought up the idea of another price drop 2 weeks ago, but I didn't want to drop the price as a last ditch effort for her.
We like her, she seems to be doing everything she is supposed to do, she gives good tours, and people have been coming through the house.... but it hasn't sold, and I guess the answer to that is price. do we try someone else? or ride it out with her?
What "else" can a RE agent do? frankly I don't really feel there is much, once you're up on the various sites, some open houses etc but that is why I'm asking the question.