Located in General Domain Discussion, started by Dror, Dec 3, 2016
I have some domains that I'm interested in renting out, but that's pretty niche. Any success?
Renting/leasing in and of itself should be pretty staight forward.
Negotiate the terms, get a signature, collect the money. Rinse and repeat.
The difficult part will likely be finding enduser(s) that is/are willing to rent/lease your domains.
This has been discussed from time to time on here. Do a search and you'll find a number of topics. To summarize...unless you really have a valuable domain name, most people aren't going to want to rent it. Naturally, most people don't want to advertise and build up traffic to a domain that they don't own.
Alternatively, they may rent it for spamming or fraudulent use, and leave you with a load of problems, and a reduced value for the name.
Misuse is unlikely, if they want to defraud/spam, there are plenty of cheap/throwaway extensions available. A random .com costs < $10.
Can anyone give me an example of a site that would be good to use instead of Nameforest.com? They have yet to reconnect with me, yet I'm fairly certain my portfolio could be getting utilized.
I am part of a team that is currently working on building a marketplace like this. If you're interested please send me a private message on NamePros or email us at [email protected].
best to offer a rental or lease option, if a potential buyer is already interested, but doesn't have enough cash on hand to purchase at BIN price.
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