Because I have quite a large portfolio on the Uni Market, about 2,500 domains, I have all my domains set up for automatic broker assist if the buyer chooses to submit an enquiry. So the buyer has already seen the retail price, and submits his or her details. You don’t need to “quote a price” as you suggest because they have already seen the price. This enquiry is automatically allocated to the next available broker by the system who replies to the buyer. So it’s a good lead and I suppose they would say something like: thanks for the enquiry, the domain is priced at $xxxx and do you need any advice about payment and transfer etc? At this point many buyers make a lower offer and this is where the skill of the brokerage comes in to try to get a good deal for all parties. In this case, the commission is 15 percent and I consider this to be well worth it for good results and a lot of saved time. If the buyer simply clicks the Buy It Now button, then the brokerage is bypassed and the transaction is passed straight to the payment and transfer departments for closing. Then, the commission is only 10 percent. I have never tried self-brokering for free on the Uni platform, but I think it’s great that they offer it. If I’m wrong on anything here maybe @Quintin can correct me.