You mentioned you have an agent. Did you get the contact information for your potential buyers? Have you agent reach out to them. If not, are they working with an agent? Did you get that person's name? Have your agent call their agent and see what's going on.
It could be that they are working out some financing issues, etc...who knows..now, your Realtor should be following up with each prospect, and finding out exactly where they stand. So I would ask your Realtor to contact the other Realtor and find out what's happening, or what's not.
Also keep in mind that there is a tremendous amount of inventory you are competing against. Hence, price is key.
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It truly depends on where the buyer is in the process. If the buyer is ready to make an offer that usually means they are already pre-approved, they have been home shopping for a few months and are just looking for the right home at the right price. If they are just beginning their home search then it could be a while.
Why were you hosting your own open house if you have a Realtor? That's kind of odd.
If you have not received anything by now, it's likely an offer is not in the works or that they saw something they liked better shortly after seeing yours. Or, there could be financing issues they are preparing. Or, it could be that they simply aren't ready to buy yet and were 'just looking'.
Really, one could drive herself crazy wondering, so, as the others said, give the sign-in sheet info to your Realtor and have her follow up to get the real scoop.
Owners should never host open houses.
Aside from safety, buyers will not feel comfortable with owners around. Also, owners, trying to be helpful, do not know how to act around buyers and inadvertently turn off buyers.
The other issue I am concerned about is representation. Your Realtor's job is to represent you to the other agents and buyers. Part of that role is have buyers register at an open house (not to mention agents), then follow up by asking them their feedback on your property.
A good Realtor tracks the buyers and the Realtors that have shown your home. He will obtain their comments and find a way to relay them to you in a manner that is constructive. I followed up with on e particular couple for three months. They initially made a low offer, then after three months of fruitless searching, came back with a better offer that my seller accepted. I don't think that would have happened had I not kept in touch with their Realtor.
I'm not a fond proponent of you doing your own open house (saftey issues and follow up reasons) but if your agent directed them to your house, then she or he, should be able to follow up and find out what their interest level is.
Their is also that little matter of buyers remorse... they love it now - and if there is no agent there to get them on paper, an hour later, different story.
Please let us know how this turns out for you.
In today's market, buyers don't have a reason to rush an offer. Something to keep in mind, this buyer might still need to obtain financing or they might need to sell their current home. Visiting your home might have only been the incentive to list their home, and move forward with moving.
Good luck, and try not to get to excited or to down with each potential buyer. If your home shows well and is priced right, it will sell.