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Domain Brokers: How to Choose One and What it Takes to Be a Successful One

Domain Brokers: How to Choose One and What it Takes to Be a Successful One

“Maybe Adobe won’t pay as much as a newcomer to the space, but if all the best candidates have been tapped, the seller needs to consider what the market has determined and discuss these options with their broker,realistically.  A seller’s broker doesn’t want to sell your domain for less money, but they do want to sell your domain, so if you can’t accept the market determining the value of your domain, you may want to reconsider engaging a broker,” Robertson said.

“Domain Guardians doesn’t take on brokerage for domains that we find to be overpriced or don’t believe the market will find appealing.  Why waste your time, our time or the buyers we contact.  We gauge the market as best we can but there’s a great deal of unpredictability that sellers need to be aware of.  Buyers might not be in the market to purchase at a particular time, might be engaging in another deal, might be closing their operations or might be cash strapped.  There are a variety of situations that prevent deals at this level and sellers need to be prepared to act fast.  We’ve seen many sales opportunities slip away from sellers who want to wait things out.”

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