Maybe it’s the economy or the holidays, but I have been receiving a lot of requests for domain brokerage services. I do not broker domain names. I would rather take on all of the risk if I think a name is well priced than use my connections to sell a name to possibly earn 10% of a sale. It’s too much of a pain in the you know what to negotiate a sale between buyer and seller when there isn’t enough commission to make it worth the effort.
I also have never wanted to create a domain sales newsletter, since many of those start out strong and seem to peter out after some amount of time due to poor names or high asking prices. Never the less, there are a number of people who do broker domain names and are very good at what they do. Of course, the domain names most accept depends entirely on the quality and the price.
If you are looking to sell a domain name, or if you want to buy a domain name with the services of a domain broker, you can have a look at this list of domain brokers. In addition, you can also read more about domain brokers and domain brokerage services in the the DomainInvesting.com domain broker guide. This guide was created to help you learn more about what a domain broker does and how a domain broker can help you.
Selling domain names can be difficult. Working with a domain broker can make the job of selling domain names more easy since a domain broker can find a buyer, negotiate with the buyer, and facilitate the deal on behalf of the domain owner.