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If the listing agent does not remove his sign and info from your listing upon your request, you may need to write the Broker of his company. Their information should be on your listing agreement
That sounds like a state specific question as it deals with contract and real estate law. Here in AZ, once the listing contract expires the home should be taken off the MLS. A new contract or extension needs to be signed by agent and seller. Lower the list price at that time. Again in AZ, if you are both on title either party can list the house but both need to sign any purchase/sale contract.Additionally, if you are both on title but divorced, the real estate agent works for both of you. Were either of you awarded the home in the divorce? In my experience that can facilitate functions of the sale if you were.
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