Realtors are viewing the property on the MLS, consumers are viewing the property on the internet (Realtor.com, trulia, zillow and elsewhere)... and are making a decision "not to come see it in person". They have seen it online, and have made a decision that at your current price, based on what they've seen, it's not worth visiting.
Be objective, go view other homes in your area and near your price range, and see what you're competing with. Have ANY homes in your area and close to your range gone under contract, or closed in that same 90 days? If they have.... what did they offer that you don't? Think like a buyer.
Your Realtor should be able to go over these things with you, and be brutally honest and objective. Good Luck.
Pam Bava, Realtor
I agree with Alan your Realtor needs to be brutally honest with you, and the competition is more important than comparable sales.
I find not all sellers will listen to what we are saying and or what the market is saying, and continue to head down a path of most resistance, determined that they know what is better their professional. Your Realtor should be talking to you.
As far as agent/broker tour that is not a common practice in the Grand Rapids area anymore. Brokerages typically showoff new listings to all agents at the time of the listing through email with photos, or have a monthly broker meeting photo tour of the new listings.
Good luck with the sale... My bet is it doesn't have good interior or exterior pictures or it is priced to high.
Keller Williams Realty-Grand Rapids
You should have a contract with the Listing Agent and when you signed that with them, they should have outlined what they said they would do. Request proof from them that they are following up on these promises. If a price reduction still doesn't get you anywhere, it may be time to consider another agent who may have a more web-savvy marketing approach.