Did you know:
That some of your listing brokers charge fees - sometimes $500+ - to the buyers that often is coming out of your net? Other buyers and brokers do not like paying for, or arguing on your brokers behalf, to try to get these fees paid. The implied or actual threat is that the offer will not be submitted unless you cough up the money. Therefore, they do not show your properties for sale.
Some of your brokers are advising you to pay for unnecessary repairs? Just recently looked at an REO that had wood rot in the ceiling over the porch. A worker was being paid to fix the holes in the ceiling. Any buyer would just rip the entire section down and replace it. It is beyond repair. They were also fixing damage to floors and walls in a bath. A complete waste of money. I have seen french glass doors put into an exterior storage area on the carport of a home in an iffy area. I see this waste all the time. Are they using their cousin's construction company and keeping the spread?
How about those properties in the wrong MLS? I will see your property on the EMS/OMS, but not in the MLS. I look in the mls for the area on the other side of the county - not there either. I look in the one 50 miles away - ah - there it is.
And how 'bout those wonderful photos. Yes, the ones from google maps. Or, the ones that are from the MLS - 4 years ago - when the house was pink, and not its current beige. Oh, and that beautiful landscaping? The worst freeze in a hundred years took care of that. So no - your property looks nothing like the photo.
The broker you picked from Orlando? He really worked some magic on that BPO. A 3/2/2 in poor condition that I think should go for 110K, is listed for 270K. When you use comps that have land value worth double the subject, that can happen.
Sign in the yard? You so funny!
Your jaw would drop if you knew what was really going on out here.