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Received an offer $3000, should i accept or wait?

Labeled as offers in Domain Selling and Domain Sales started by elmoney, Jun 7, 2019.

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  1. D Haynes

    D Haynes Top Member VIP

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    This works in your favour. Now your 9k counter offer is in effect voided and when they come knocking in a year or two for the .Com you can quote a new price of 25k+.
     
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  2. Lord Antares

    Lord Antares Top Member VIP

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    No way is he going to buy the .co

    He must be bluffing. I would accept 5-7k as someone said, but others have suggested a higher price. However, I don't think they would ever go for the .co. They are fishing out your price floor.
     
  3. webdomainhub

    webdomainhub Established Member

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    If I am in your position, this is what I will do. Stay firm on my price. If no one buys it within the next few years, all I loose is just renewal fees. 5 years x $10 = $50 renewal. And I am sure that it will be sold for the amount I asked or even higher within the next few years. If I sell at $9k a few years later, then all I lost was just another $50.
    Given the fact that there are so many enquiries in the past for this domain, you will not be short of buyerr and eventually someone will fork out the higher amount for it and it could well be them. My personal valuation...$15k ( peanuts to a cosmetics company ). I am sure there could well be a a good number of NP members what will gladly offer you anything above the $3k now.
     
  4. artstar

    artstar Restricted (85-100%)

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    my biggest sale was a .co !

    its a sought after ext imo and will be worth more as time goes on

    the top tlds as i see it

    .com
    .net
    .org
    .co
    .info

    btw did they buy it? and if so how much?
     
  5. platey

    platey Top Member VIP

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    Refuse

    Please note

    I know nothing about domain names lol

    But celebrities want cosmetic brands and they have deep pockets

    Do a Google search

    Celebrities with cosmetics brands

    Etc

    You have the perfect time brand especially at the moment

    But it's down to your financial situation etc

    Only you know whether you are in a position to be able to refuse $3k etc

    I'd pas it to

    Dave evanson

    And let him broker it

    But again

    I know nothing about domains lol
     
  6. platey

    platey Top Member VIP

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    Type

    Royal cosmetics

    In to

    Twitter

    And you'll see a company called that that has its 32nd anniversary in business

    Etc

    Who I would have thought would want that
     
  7. slader23

    slader23 Always On The Bleeding Edge. VIP

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    I don't see why you need to deliberate. You can get 3 much better names at $1k than the name you are selling. Sell and then move on to upgrading your portfolio.
     

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