Greetings all. I am thinking of selling an investment property. I have sought advice from several agents, and there is so much spin and bravado, not to mention early soft-soaking with the price. "Oh...wonderful property. I really think I can get you ..X$". "Let's get a marketing plan in place..." And so the blah and bull starts. Agents have never been my favourite sales people, and after reading "Don't Sign Anything" ( Neil Jenman) I'm more confused, anxious and concerned. Before there is a possible howl, CERTAIN agents are worth their weight. But where are they? Can anyone here advise me on how to avoid being" conditioned" for a setup by the agent, where slowly I'll be crunched to sell at a cheaper price -- forcing me, if you will, to sell possibly thousands below a fair sale price, while they pocket their skyward commission? Is the Jenman System the way to go? Or, is there a seasoned approach in dealing with agents to safeguard a major life asset? I'm all ears. Thanks in advance for any and all advice.