No, your ability to sell your home is determined by two factors aside from those factors that would affect the sale of any home such as condition, pricing and location.
The first to consider is the compensation offered to the selling or buyer's agent. It should be in line with what is customary in your area. Any home with a lesser compensation for selling agents could be a second choice to a similar home offering full compensation.
The second factor is representation. Many selling or buyer's agents prefer to work with seller's who have proper representation during the entire process. You should select a flat fee broker, rather than a national flat fee listing service, who offers negotiation and contract services to their seller clients throughout the transaction. The other option, which can become costly if paid on an hourly basis, is to retain an attorney. If you choose to go this route, you will want to be sure that your attorney is a real estate attorney. There are many facets to a real estate transaction that can be easily overlooked by professionals that are not part of the business on a daily basis.