Nothing is cast in stone, all ideas or suggestions are taken on board. The 1/100th of your divorce cost figure seems to be a reasonable balance to me. I think it is a financially worthwhile sum to entice sellers and an economically justifiable figure for a buyer. The documents may only give guidance as to a reasonable solution but they will demonstrate if one party is being totally pig-headed and unreasonable. In the cases I have first hand experience of, there has, more often than not, been one party who is trying to be realistic and one who is hell bent on making the process as painful as possible in some final act of misguided restitution. If we can get the database populated and it then transpires that the price points are too high we can contact the seller and ask them if they are prepared to accept less with the aim of selling more or whether they'd like their entry removing from the database or leaving priced as it is. At the end of the day we are only trying to give everyday people a chance to retain some control of the process and others who weren't able to, a chance to recover some of their costs.