Someone could make a website where a domain owner can post his domains, then a broker or outbound artist posts a request on one domain, owner accepts, broker with active request at time of sale receives a commission. This can be done on established platforms. For example if it sells privately through Afternic fast transfer, broker won't know. So Afternic would be a good platform to offer that type of service because you'd be able to post a request on any domain with Fast Transfer active and receive your commission from Afternic at time of sale. If domain sells elsewhere like on Sedo, broker doesn't get a commission. Domain DNS has to point to Afternic. Broker with active request receives an alert if domain points elsewhere. All can be stated in Terms. From my non-technical knowledge point of view, all this seems easy to implement. I think that would be interesting @Joe Styler @Undeveloped could also make this, broker posts a request on a domain on Undeveloped, owner accepts, owner and broker share the listing, both see the messages, broker handles communication and receives commission at time of sale. If domain points elsewhere, broker receives an alert. If it sells on Sedo, no commission. Terms can state that domain has to be removed from Afternic DLS and Sedo MLS, for example. The Undeveloped model can also be applied to registrars. @Rob Monster I thought about it after ready these posts below from @Ali , basically outbound for professionals. So no, if you own a nice domain, it doesn't necessarily have to be a hoard of brand new inexperienced spammers disgracing your domain as you publicly own it. You can view requests and select the broker you want. Daily Dose: Outbound techniques. Daily Dose: Outbound Negotiation Tactics. Part 1. Negotiation Tactics | Part 2: Inbound - A Few Different Approaches For example I have Its on Afternic Fast Transfer $5,500. 20% afternic commission, $1,100. 15% to broker with active request. $825. I get 65%, it's low, but it's my choice since I'm the owner. Undeveloped. 9% Undeveloped commission, $495. 15% broker commission $825. I get 76%, it's low, but etc.. I think that would be a great idea.