Hi team appreciate any advice you can share. For those that may have read in other posts, I'm currently selling a place in Toowoomba. It's day 44 on the market and sale process and offers are slow and low. The offers compared to previous and comparable sales in and around the area are much lower by up to 20k. It's priced in the lower 300's. Prior to the sale, we had the place painted, touched up, new blinds, new carpets, gardens, etc etc to make it really clean and tidy to best present itself. So I've ruled out that the house is the issue. The market is much slower than it was the previous year, but properties are selling. Since I started the sales campaign, 5 properties directly near mine have sold. They have sold for more, 10-20k more than what I've been offered, and theirs are not better in anyway. Older wooden properties at least 30+ years, fibro, garages converted to bedrooms, and even smaller block in one case. My place is under 15 years old brick home and better presented. It's also at this stage the best home under a certain price bracket without doubt, I don't say this cause it's mine, but it's true by comparable sales at the moment. So I don't believe it's the price that's an issue. I had a choice of 3 agents through different agency's and decided on the current agent selling at the moment as I thought he would be best fit to sell the place. The agent first began with offers over $$$, then changed to a fixed figure 2 weeks later as no interest initially. Then dropped it to by 10k and offers over amount. We are getting low balled, and other properties are selling which is making me frustrated. On one occasion I called the office and found out some other employee was attending the open inspections. I believe at least 2 occasions she had attended without my real estate agent there. So it's not the property, not the price, perhaps it's the agent? The add has now become stale. im not sure it's worth paying fees in advertising to place in the local paper anymore with this agency. Advised through agents in area that 60% of sales are generated through Internet, and 40% through the paper. They all recommend advertising in the local paper. The current market is owner occupiers looking to purchase and hardly any investors. So I have been in contacted with my other, second choice agency and agent. They have a different strategy in mind. Full feature add, don't place a price and let them call to find out, go hard the first week with new photos. Fresh listing will help for sure. Issue I have is there's at least a month to terminate the old agent. I could sell in conjunction, this will get me a fresh listing. The agents are both ok with this. At 50/50 suggested. Does conjunction sales really work? anything I should be aware of? I'd prefer the new agency to take over the sale, but time is money. Happy to wait a month and be exclusive with the new agent, if this gives the best result. Sorry for long text. Appreciate your thoughts.