Posted by Natalie-VA on August 09, 2005 at 16:09:47:
No showings usually means it’s overpriced. Showings and no offers usually means overpriced and/or bad condition.
What does your flat fee full service broker say? Doesn’t sound like full service to me.
As far as the sub agency and buyer’s agent stuff, most agents don’t even understand this, so I don’t see it as an issue.
What kind of a market are you in? If you’re not in a seller’s market, and there are plenty of other properties to show, the agents may shun your listing. The reason is that even though you are in the MLS, you are still a FSBO to them, and they don’t want to deal with you if they don’t have to.
These are just some ideas to consider, but it probably comes down to price.