Sometimes a home will have 10 or more showings before that contract comes in. I understand your frustration. I usually work as a Listing Agent and this has been my experience. If you're getting showings that's a plus. Broker Opens are only worth it if agents attend. Don't be duped into believing that these things work. The showings you're getting are the best way to SELL. If no one walked through your home, then I'd be concerned.
Here are some tips that may work:
* Let in all possible, don't block windows.
* Keep your home ready to show; beds made, clean fresh scent, de-cluttered, nicely decorated or staged, etc. ( I heard you say it "shows well" per the other agents.
* Make showings possible by working together with your agent and the Buyer agents on showing appointments. Nothing turns me off more than a seller who doesn't allow showings. Too many scheduling conflicts can turn away both potential buyers and their agents.
Some things we cannot change: LOCATION, SIZE, and LAYOUT. If any of these things are concerns for buyers, that could be an issue. I encourage you to talk things over with your Realtor and collaborate on possible solutions to get your home SOLD. You chose that agent for a reason. As a fellow Realtor, I'd hope you trust your instinct enough to give them an opportunity to address your concerns before interviewing other agents. ACTUAL AGENT SHOWINGS SELL HOMES, REMEMBER THAT. Long as agents are walking through that house with potential buyers, you're on course to CLOSING THE DEAL SOON. *-)