ogletree - 2:30 am on Feb 28, 2006 (gmt 0)
Everybody is looking for a bargin. If you have a domain to sell and you don't have people beating down your door expect to get offers way way less than you think you will get. Domain buyers have the upper hand unless you have something that is extremly compelling. I know people with 4 letter decent .coms that have been holding out for big money for years and still are. It has to be something special if you want to get more than $1000 for it. And even at $1000 you won't have many bites. I know people that got into the market by paying a $1000 or $2000 for a domain thinking they had a big bargin that they could sell for a lot more and nobody wanted the domain for what they were asking. Everybody thinks they have the next business.com deal. Unless you have an extremly viable business to sell with the domain forget it. Domains are a dime a dozzen. I can always go find another domain for less. Very few names have will sell for much.