Was the RA agent specific on what she thought needed work? Are you (and the RA agent) willing to sell below market value because it needs work?
The thing you have to balance when selling a house is the price (as in reduced price) of putting the house on the market that needs work. There are still people who are looking for a deal so they can flip the house. And then you can do work that will make the house more attractive to the average home buyer who willing to do a little work but basically wants a house they can move into and not have to spend a bunch of cash to make the house reasonably liveable. And then there are people who literally want "move in ready" and do not want to even paint.
So, does you house meet the middle group (basically ready to move in, but needs some cosmetic updates)? And how much time and effort and money will it take to make the house ready for the market? And will it increase the price, reduce time on the market, or what?
These are some of the questions you need to ask the RA agent. If you just want OUT (and when you are in the middle of a D, most people do) then the RA agent should be working with you to make it happen. If he/she is not then you need a new agent, IMO.