Potential buyers or those evasive creatures we call end-users, tend to show certain behavior that, in my opinion, is usually predictable. After hundreds of successful transactions and a few hundred of failed transactions, these are five things I remind myself of when dealing with them. 1. Never get too excited if they say, "I'm interested". The sale has not taken place until you have received the money. 2. If the end-user tells you, "I'll sleep on it and discuss it with my Web person", that end-user is most likely gone forever. 3. If you are asking $900 for the name and the end-user offers you $300 and you accept immediately, without asking him to meet you at $700 or $600, but just accepting his very low offer automatically, he might never again respond to your messages. 4. Most purchases (especially low value names under $1000) are impulsive or emotional. If an end-user responds interested in buying your name for the price you quoted on your communication with him, respond immediately. If you wait until tomorrow, he may change his mind. 5. The more questions an end-user asks, the less probability there is he will buy your domain. Really interested parties rarely ask questions. Up to date, I have never sold a domain name to an end-user who responded asking me for the domain traffic or links.