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how much to pay to domain broker




 
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Most regular stock brokers are paid on a commission basis. A percentage of their customer's commissions are paid to the broker.When starting out, most major firms will pay them a salary while they are learning the markets, the products and obtaining their licenses. Once they are fully licensed, the salary usually stops and they are commission only
When reps are commissioned, their's no maximium they can earn. Those that constantly study and are aware of the various markets and products can easily make mid to high 6 number salary.



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#2

Brokering a domain is much easier than selling a domain name to a thorough appraisal process - so you can be sure you'll never pay too much .




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#3

When you have purchased a domain through Sedo’s standard marketplace, Sedo requires you to pay the agreed purchase price and nothing more. The sales commission fee is covered by the seller. The purchase price of the domain is determined by the buyer and seller through the negotiations.

If a buyer uses Sedo's buyer-side brokerage service, the application is approved, and a sales agreement is reached, the buyer will be required to pay the 15% sales commission fee in addition to the agreed purchase price and the brokerage service fee. Keep in mind that if the brokerage process is unsuccessful, the buyer is still liable for the non-refundable €69 brokerage service fee.

You will most likely be required by your registrar to pay for a year's registration once transfer of the domain is completed. Registration costs for domains can vary. However, domains can usually be registered for around €20 per annum, depending on the registrar and domain extension.


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#4

The seller may immediately think you are prepared to pay . much more aware of market price levels than a seller with only a few domain names .






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#5

The prize depend on domain name, if it was belong another people or not, if it has been deleted, you can reg it cheap at domain provided!



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#6

I am not here, that brokers are there for domains. I really thankful to knowing this information.



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In the Domains view, the broker is added to the broker domain and a default execution group is added to the broker.
Adding a broker to the broker topology creates security ACL groups, which give the user ID full control of the broker and its default execution group. These ACL groups exist until this broker is removed from the broker domain. The user ID can be removed from the mqbr* groups, but the user still has the full control access level for the broker and its default execution group.




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#8

thanks for this info here very informative thread here



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#9

I too don't about this domain brokerage service, It is more exciting to knowing this information.



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#10

When you have purchased a domain through a standard marketplace,it requires you to pay the agreed purchase price and nothing more. The sales commission fee is covered by the seller.The purchase price of the domain is determined by the buyer and seller through the negotiations.




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