Not only is this okay, it is highly desirable. When I was new to real estate, I once lost a very important tenant prospect to another building owner. I was crushed because I thought my property was so much better than my prospect’s ultimate choice. Several months later I saw that prospect at a charity event.
I asked him if he could give me some advice, because I had obviously misread his interest in my property. He said, “Your offices were perfect, but then you never called me back. I figured you rented them to someone else.” I was seething, he could have made a simple phone call to find out. But, on the other hand, I could have made a simple phone call to follow up with him.
You are not being pushy when you call a prospect to find out if he or she is still interested in your property. You are being thoughtful and caring and showing respect to people who took the time to visit your house. If you are not used to selling, this is a hard thing to remember. It will pay off for you, though.