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Domain Name Renting / Leasing

Labeled as discuss in General Domain Discussion started by Aroon Bhattia, Jun 25, 2018.

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  1. Aroon Bhattia

    Aroon Bhattia Established Member

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    Hey guys

    I came across a website the other day which offered a domain renting option.

    Initially I thought this sounded crazy but wanted to know what you all think about this and how you go around actually letting a domain out.

    Thanks

    Aroon
     
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  2. RockBros

    RockBros Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Read a post, in recent thread titled "Lessons from Elite Domain Investors", in which Lesson 3 quotes Monte Cahn, Moniker: "...Look to do creative financing and lease to own deals. We are seeing more and more lease to purchase...using our escrow services...".

    Be interested, in knowing, if there are any databases tracking and publishing details on any lease, lease to own and/or licensing, type of deals?

    OR

    If anyone has experiences with these or other types of "creative financing deals" they'd care to share?
     
  3. Aroon Bhattia

    Aroon Bhattia Established Member

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    Cheers for that, really useful :)
     
  4. garptrader

    garptrader Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    These sort of lease deals are generally only an issue for those with the caliber of name (i.e. 20-year old one-word .Com) that might sell for well into six figures or higher. Most end users have the money to pay $1500-$5000 for a domain name because they spend more than that on all sorts of normal business expenditures. However domains are often viewed as $xx cost items and the suggestion they should sell for $xXxX is often viewed as a scam. In more than ten years I have only had a couple of buyers make extended payments and one of those disappeared after a year or so. I
     

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