I have been getting about three or four emails a month asking to buy the domain name. None of them have progressed to a serious bid, but I have now had an offer for £40,000/US $73,600 for azam.com. We've been negotiating for weeks and the guy is keen to press ahead with the paperwork. It means a lot to me. I bought it about four years ago from a Canadian corporation after contacting them for years and offering them more and more money. There is nothing much on the site at the moment, but I have had plans for years to set up a mini-portal on it. As well as my online businesses, I am a writer, having worked as a journalist for years, and would like to put my writing online and help push my brand so that I can get books published in the future. I have been busy on other projects, but a super new site was due to go live in Quarter 3 this year. It has emotional value for me as it is my surname, but I could use nazam.com instead, which is based on my first initial and surname if I sell azam.com I have already marketed the brand heavily and the domain pulls in a few hundreds visitors a week. I use azam.com as my username in forums, for my email address, business name, bank account etc. So I'm reluctant to sell. But $73,000 is a heck of a lot of money for me. What should I do? Also, is there a high quality valuation service out there that anybody would recommend please? Thank you.