Discussion in 'Domain Appraisal' started by Justin Matmor, Jan 9, 2017.
Please appraise....reseller price and end-user price.
Thanks in advance
reseller $250, end user high $xxx - mid $xxxx
That reseller quote is way too little for this name imho... I'd say mid to high xxx, maybe even low xxxx and low to mid xxxx for end user...
Yes the reseller price is too low.
In the past 2 years it has sold on Namejet and Flippa respectively for around $1K.
double letters on ends pronounced racer ,on namepros bidding would only get up to about 400 ,don't know when it sold on flipper ,but worth around 650 now, if someone needed it ,it can go to 3000
the domain value at valuate.com (powered by Estibot) is $2900, a CVVC.com, when saying it, people who listen, would mistake it for archer, i think it is safe to price it $1200 or above, after all, 4 number.com become rare by time, why not find out by placing it on top domain area in this forum? high chance you will get an offer
imo it'd get you 400-600 in bidding on namepros.
then sky is the limit with enduser like with everythign else.
depending on who needs it how bad and how long you keep it around for offers.
That domain sold for $900 in 2015 and $1K a month ago on Flippa. You got your reseller price right there, you can't have a more accurate indication of the reseller's value.
I won't give an end-user price. I am not qualified to answer that.
nobody is qualified to give enduser price.
but some think they are.
as for reseller price.
well.. I meant np resellers. you get all kinds of people on flippa.
on np you pretty much only get hardcore resellers.
Where did you get the archer unless an. H is present the letter c would never make the cha sound ,this is clearly. Racer
Your as qualified as anyone to give an appraisal price all comes down to how bad the buyer wants the domain,and more importantly how much the seller thinks the buyer will pay
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