Hang around long enough in domain investing, and you’ll likely discover and maybe even venture down the path of domain leasing as a lessor or lessee. While most people are familiar with leasing vehicles, equipment, and physical real estate, leasing domain names can come as a surprise to many. Synonymous with renting a domain, leasing a domain is quite a viable option when wanting to test an a vetted idea using a lucrative domain, or a bit strapped for cash and not able to outright purchase a given domain. But as lucrative as domain leasing sounds — whether lessor or lessee — there are many opportunities that could derail a domain lease agreement when parties fail to address key components and tenets of agreement. Listen to the latest podcast episode with Escrow’s Brian Tharp (@Brian Tharp), and learn about and how to address 7 common pitfalls of domain leasing.