I've always pondered this question. Should you always counter an initial offer even if the initial offer seems fair and prudent for the domain in question? In the past, every domain that I've received an offer on, has been very low and unreasonable. Today I received an offer that seemed quite reasonable for the domain in question. I received it through a reputable domain broker who said that their client is open to counter offers and negotiations. This leads me to believe that I should be countering.... however I know Brokers often say this because the more the name sells for, the more commission they make... but as a seller you still run the risk of angering and/or scaring away the buyer by asking for more money. Sometimes people are interested in buying a domain even if they don't have an exact purpose in mind, but when the negotiations become hostile.... or even if they don't become hostile, but they feel that the buyer is being selfish or unrasonable, they have no problems walking away from the whole deal and writing it off... So, back to the question.... If you receive what seems to be a reasonable offer should you always try for more?