Moral: Visit the domain that you are buying first. Here is a recent sale for $400. Not much money, but it is a completed sale. Domain name is *****CBD.com, which is a geographic (state) domain name. It was a handreg, 13 months old at the end of the sale. Sorry, but I do not give the domain name... just other useful info on it. 11/27/2017 - Received an offer of $200 from DomainAgents (email) via the DomainAgents negotiation platform. 11/27/2017 - I simply declined the offer. 12/1/2017 - I made a counter offer of $600. Note: This whole time, the domain was available for sale for $300 on Epik...if the buyer simply would have visited the domain, they would have seen it. I was hoping they would visit it and simply buy it immediately. 12/8/2017 - Buyer counter-offered with $400 and he even made a comment that it was a reasonable offer. 12/8/2017 - I accepted the offer and removed it from being for sale on Epik. I immediately ensured my escrow.com info was correct. DomainAgents tried to contact buyer several times over the next few weeks. No answer by them. 1/19/2018 - Buyer told DomainAgents that he opened an escrow.com account, but has not initiated funds yet. DomainAgents are trying to get him to finish the transaction. 1/31/2018 - Buyer has put funds in escrow. I immediately gave him the transfer code for the domain. 2/2018 - Nothing. (I believe I also tried contacting the buyer to see if there was a problem.) 3/2018 - Nothing. 4/9/2018 - Buyer finally initiated transfer. I approved domain transfer quickly. The buyer did not notify escrow. DomainAgents tried contacting the buyer. 4/22/2018 - Buyer completed purchase through escrow. 12/9/2017-4/22/2018 from agreement to payment. 😞 The domain is still pointing to my main website. I have been paid. It took over 5 months to complete a domain sale from agreement to payment. Had the buyer visited the domain, they would have gotten the domain cheaper and immediately (and I would have been paid immediately). Moral of this story: visit a domain before you buy.