When it comes to selling a domain name, establishing price expectations is an important step. Whether it’s securing an outbound sale or negotiating an inbound inquiry, the price is a vital factor. In this edition of Expert Exchange, we are asking seven top industry brokers about how they handle price requests. With our panel’s help, we will decide whether it’s best to quote a price, a price range or whether you should you wait for the other party to make the first offer. Do you find it's best to quote a price, range, or nothing at all when a potential buyer first expresses interest? Is the strategy different for inbound vs. outbound interest? @Joe Uddeme, Founder of NameExperts LLC @Jen Sale, COO of Evergreen.com George Hong, CEO of @GUTA @Giuseppe Graziano, CEO of GGRG Kevin Fink (@iHaveThisIdea), COO of Starfire Web Holdings @Dave Evanson, Senior Broker at @Sedo @Hobi Michalec, Co-founder of Lumis Group These responses have been edited for clarity.