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EasyMortgage.Loan

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by Goombotz, Feb 10, 2017

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  1. Goombotz

    Goombotz Established Member

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    EasyMortgage.Loan
    I think this name has a lot of potential, I would like everyone's thoughts on this one Please.
     
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  2. idomainappraisal

    idomainappraisal Account Closed (Disallowed)

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    .loans and a few other normal tld's are open for reg's so until you clean that up nothing

    since the open reg's will let someone interested in the term get something for nothing

    once you have the main tld's cornered then it might be a nice package for one of the upper tld owners to look at

    high xxx or low xxxx if you get the .loans and then some of the common minor tlds

    co
    biz
    us

    whatever is open

    I think the com/net/org is gone probably to different people so whoever has the big 3 may look at a .loan(s) package with the other normal tld's grouped together
     
  3. dumindu89

    dumindu89 Established Member

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    The prefix "Easy" lower the value of the domain. When it comes to new TLDs it's so hard to sell the domains now if it's not a short one word domain IMO. But it may be sold at a price later.

    You domain gets lots of competition from .loans and .mortgage TLDs meaning the chance of selling the domain might be slim with that prefix. An end user may also prefer easy.mortgage domain over your domain. So that risk also there.

    Good luck
     

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