Good luck with your home sale!
There's no question, the courteous thing for the buyers' agent to do would be to at least send an e-mail, a text, or a carrier pigeon to your agent with an update. But courtesy isn't a given in this business.
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* They've changed their minds
* They've purchased something else
* They're on vacation
* Someone is sick (the buyer, or the agent)
* Maybe someone has had a baby?
* They're talking to their lender.
Yes, they should call you back... it's a lack of courtesy... but don't obsess about it... if they have something to tell you (an offer), you can rest assured they'll find you.
The buyer may have found another home (and are waiting to see if they get the price they want), lost their financing, etc.
You are anxious because you haven't gotten any bites.
Possibly, (probably), the reason for both is that your need to do a new CMA and re-evaluate your LISTING PRICE.
Is this what your Realtor has been telling you?