ICYMI, during October, Epik sold 3 domains above $250,000. In the interest of helping folks sell more domains for bigger money, I want to share openly what I think works pretty well when responding to retail inquiries. Here are my two go-to response templates for answering inbound inquiries: Template #1 Hello <firstname>, Thanks for the inquiry. Names of this caliber routinely sell for over $100,000. We also sometimes do domain leases with a purchase option. If you have budget, I will do my best to get something done for you. Happy to advise. Regards, Rob Template #2 Hello <firstname>, Thanks for the inquiry. You are probably looking at well into 5 figures USD for this domain. Alternatively, it is likely possible to do a lease with a purchase option or seller-finance. Depending on your budget, happy to advise. Regards, Rob Obviously, if you have some specific comment about the domain or about the person inquiring about the prospect, that can be helpful, but usually this is a great way to just see how high is up. During October, we saw a 2 word domain sell for $253,750. By most standards, this domain was absolutely nothing special. The domain was however strategic to the buyer. A lot of purchase prospects end up becoming leases and financings, depending on the budget situation of the buyer. The point is to never underestimate how high is up. It is much better to: Shoot the moon! And now you know!