Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by NetworkPearl, Apr 18, 2019.
thoughts on this domain?
So vague I can't think of a buyer. Sorry.
Lots of home companies
$5-10K. That's what I would price it at. You can price it a lot higher if you're willing to wait in the $10-20K range.
Names that end with company do sell.
Names that begin with home really sell.
GD Appraises it at $10K. Estibot about $2k.
So it's definitely not a worthless domain. The uses for it are endless (remodeling, real estate, decorating, etc) .. you just need the right buyer to come along that wants it. It sounds a little too generic for its own good but at the same, it's a great name for the right company.
I think it's nice. Agree with the above, good for remodeling or furniture.
10K may be a bit high but not impossible.
I agree.. If you haven't overpaid for it, i'd list at $8k.
Resellers = $500. End Users = $5,000. I won't stick my neck beyond $5,000
Really? How about FastCompany?
Sorry, just not feeling the word "home" with this one.
Yeah... But you do feel HomeBusiness, HomeOffice, and WorkatHome?
That's how this business works
Depends on the pairing. The three you mention makes sense. GD thinks fartcompany is worth $1300.
Not saying this domain is worthless, but has it ever sold ? Has it ever had offers ? Wayback shows it was used for some crappy construction company until 2007 and the nothing since then.
Maybe I should clarify, it would be a good domain to sell to a domainer or speculator, but I cant think of anything else.
1. You're way behind in this business if you still rely on GD appraisal tool to tell you domain worth.
2. Domain worth is not determine by it's previous use. Whether it was used for some crappy construction company in past or not is immaterial. Once the right owner grabs it, it becomes a brand monster. Most great names are sold just once.
3. You need a serious tutorial if you have any doubt about the worthiness of HomeCompany.com.
As a matter of fact, this name is a super valuable premium domain name
Nice domain. There are many potential end users.
It could hit 5 figures to the right buyer.
I see its strength is its generic nature (could apply to lots of things, so huge number of potential end users) but that is arguably also its weakness, maybe too general? I think the most likely end user is some kind of home construction, remodel, etc. company, similar to what @Kate has already said. I didn't look carefully at comparators, but HomeSolutions sold for just under $10,000 in 2006. HomeImprovement sold for $166,000 back in same year - wow! HomeRenew went for just over $2000 last month. I think the name is most likely to sell in high $$$$ with good prospects, but something low $$$$$ also possible.
Best of luck with it.
There is a German company operating on the direct of this name (i.e. without the .com). Not sure if they would also like the .com.
Stellar name. You only have to say it out loud to understand that.
Great name. It can even hit low $xx.xxx.
Yeah, the more I look at this name, the more obvious the quality becomes to me. If I am the owner, I will definitely price it well and wait
It's A class domain. I own the "application" form of it. I will endlessly renew it, because I know its big.
What about reselling price?
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