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Huge Jump in 5N.com Prices?

Labeled as discuss in Numeric Domain Discussion, started by clarkemarketing, Aug 11, 2020

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  1. blogspotter

    blogspotter Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    It is crazy..menawhile in letters, wywy is at 4444
     
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  2. ArielT

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    Can you share how many 5L you have and how many you have sold to endusers?

    To get en idea of sales to endusers

    If you can't share that data, no problem
     
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  3. clarkemarketing

    clarkemarketing Top Contributor VIP

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    I have approximately 25-30 premium 5N .com listed at BIN prices, and roughly 20% have sold in just the past couple months (and they all sold at BIN price, I never negotiated down to make a sale).
     
  4. clarkemarketing

    clarkemarketing Top Contributor VIP

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    Here are the results:

    65003.com
    - $250 (I predicted $335)
    45933.com - $501 (I predicted $270)
    64409.com - $200 (I predicted $215)
    02087.com - $210 (I predicted $205)
    33446.com - $4850 (I predicted $1340)

    65003 was the deal of the day... a 5N .com with no 4 and a repeating # for only $250 is a great buy.

    33446 was the surprise of the day... I'm shocked an investor would be willing to pay so much for this domain considering it has a 4, but starting with AABB is definitely a desired pattern so I guess it's just a sign of how hot this market is quickly becoming.
     
  5. blogspotter

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    02087 seem very rando,.. is it the number 8??
     
  6. Cannuck

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    I don't get it... the domain 33446, actually has 2x4's O_o (3 is benign, but 6 is okay)
     
  7. blogspotter

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    Apparently if it is pattered 44s are ok.
    A few months back 34488 sold for 12000 in the auctions
    And it is listed on a Chinese Maketplace for Numebrs and Short domains so it was a domainer who bought.
     
  8. clarkemarketing

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    Just sold another 5N... very happy to announce 16836.com has found a new home! Sold at BIN (mid 4 figures) at GoDaddy, I bought it 9 months ago at auction for $767.
     
  9. blogspotter

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    Afternic?
     
  10. clarkemarketing

    clarkemarketing Top Contributor VIP

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    Nope, sold at GoDaddy :)
     
  11. blogspotter

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    The normal GDD Listing? Or Auction
     
  12. clarkemarketing

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    I believe the days of being able to buy 5N and 6N .com for cheap may have just come to an end. A new buyer is in town... HugeDomains! Anyone who has tried to buy a keyword domain at GoDaddy auctions in the last few months knows it is nearly impossible, HugeDomains seems to win them all as they are willing to pay what many of us would consider outrageous prices. Today something happened that I have never seen before... GoDaddy bidder 913932 (HugeDomains) bid on the domain 163355.com and of course they won. I have bid on almost every single 5N and good 6N .com at GoDaddy auctions in the last few months and never once have I seen a bid from HugeDomains. If this is the new normal and their bots start bidding on numbered domains like they do keyword domains, auction prices will go through the roof.
     
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  13. clarkemarketing

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    Since my last post 10 days ago, HugeDomains has won dozens of the best 6N .com auctions at GoDaddy. Seems I'll never win another premium 6N ending in ABAB pattern for under $200 again. As of this weekend they have started bidding on 5N .com too (yesterday I lost to them for 84214 .com). This is both good and bad news. The good news is all your existing 5N and 6N .com domains are now worth more, and I think prices will double over the next 6 months (just look at the Chinese stock market). The bad news is anyone hoping to get into # domains now, or looking to add onto their current portfolio, will have a very difficult time obtaining quality domains at a reasonable price.
     
  14. blogspotter

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    Now I regret putting up my premium 5N domain in Auction :)
    I hope everyone shill bids HD up lol
     
  15. justdom

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    I have 5N.com (NNNNN.COM)

    How do I sell? And where?
     

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