...from the pov of a seller. I'm less and less involved in the domain game and am starting to sell off. Just wanting to keep hold of a handful of websites that bring in revenue and a few of the domains that have a high chance of me developing them From my own experience, I've been fortunate to have a few £1-1.5k sales that can pay the domain bills (and a handful of smaller sales), but recently it's like trying to flog a dead horse to get rid of names that I think aren't that bad. Have invited offers on the following couks without much interest at all: budgetgifts studentpaintball preventspam royalforum(s) celebrityscoop specialbreak(s) london365 londonouting(s) procycles ratesearch sporttalk studentpodcast (I have a big list that is for sale for £300 for everything here.) Sure some of the names are crap but am I blinded in thinking there are some gems in there? or is this really a big change in the market? I picked up 3 LLLs for £600 recently and a couple at £299, and really I thought that these prices were because of the release of the short names last year, but maybe the market was already inflated? I'm happy with the few sales I've made but need to shift more. I have the following coming up for auction at Sedo soon with very low reserves (as the guide price shows) but should I have held out until better times? qmg.co.uk fsq.co.uk jsq.co.uk seu.co.uk ewan.co.uk I have some sites that I want to sell but should I wait to sell them too? Is anyone else in this situation? Or in a situation where you are buying up names while they're cheap?