I'm not 100% sure where to put this, but I'd like to point this situation out from my perspective as a buyer. I found a domain name that I wanted to purchase. Now, being a domainer I realize they're looking for retail value and I'm unlikely to pay retail, but I was willing to pay more than I normally would for this particular domain name. So the domain name is on a lander. It is not listed on Afternic, Sedo, ect - just the lander. It said to get a quote I had to fill out the lander. The lander that I filled out was 3 pages long and asked me for my email, to verify my email, if i had a backup email, my use for the domain name, if it was for business purposes, my phone number, and a bunch more. To me it seemed like overkill. It also asked me for the price I'm expecting to pay of course. So, I looked up the Estibot and saw it says $280 (I know I can't just solely go off of estibot), and then I went to NameBio and looked up what some good comps which had almost all sold for around $300-750. So, I made an initial offer of $500. The email response I got back said the following: We received your quote request for ***********.com. Unfortunately, you indicated a low budget and our quote for the single payment option will be higher than that. If you're still interested, send us a reply and we'll continue to process your quote request. So from my buyers perspective here - I've filled out a 3 page lander which asked for a lot of info, given an initial offer about double the Estibot valuation and right in the middle of the NameBio similar sales range and they cannot even provide me a quote or counter offer? The page literally stated that I had to fill out the information (which I did) to receive a quote. They can't even tell me their asking price? The top available domain in this niche has a BIN of $3,288 to put this in more perspective, so I can't see it realistically being valued at more than $2,000 or so by the seller. At this point I'm feeling like it's a hassle and that I'll just move onto another name. There are alternatives out there like the name for $3,288 which is looking much better now. I can imagine many other potential buyers would feel the same way after this initial process, but I'd like to hear the thoughts of others here. How much info are you asking for from perspective buyers? Would you at least counter someone's initial offer of $500 on a name that's realistically worth at most 2k? (I realize they could value it even higher) Would love to hear some thoughts here as this isn't really adding up to me.