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sales M2.com Sold For $97,000 at Sedo

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The buyer got a bargain. I think sellers shouldn't use Sedo.
 
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The buyer got a bargain. I think sellers shouldn't use Sedo.

You get what you're asking for a name. Venue doesn't matter.

Agree though, undersold.
 

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BMW talking to their lawyers (I'm being silly). Nice domain, nice brand and nice sale
 
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You get what you're asking for a name. Venue doesn't matter.

Agree though, undersold.
How do you know it's undersold if it's unique and never been sold before, and sold on the open market on fair terms?
 

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How do you know it's undersold if it's unique and never been sold before, and sold on the open market on fair terms?

Comparable historical sales, brandability, scarcity, current events. $100K should be the floor.

Don't get me wrong, buyer and seller got a good deal but this exact pairing is superb.

Edit: hold and get ready to sell at 7 figures in the future, a decade from now.
 
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I agree that the seller is to blame for setting too low reserve prices. But also I think Sedo "attracts" these kind of lowballers who search out these underpriced domains, IMHO.
 
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Perhaps they were guided by the Estibot Value of $63,000 :)
 
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