Labeled as various in Domain Selling and Domain Sales started by RJ, Apr 19, 2005.
Supernova.tv - $1,821
Another nice .TV sale, quite a track record you have with them.
Do you do outbound on most of them or they are mostly inbound inquiries?
This one was outbound or inbound, if you don't mind sharing some details?
Interestingly enough, most of the sales are inbound inquiries. This one was from Sedo. The buyer made a reasonable initial offer and the ROI was on the table, so I took it. Commission was a bit expensive (20%) since I didn't have the names pointed to their DNS. Owned the named for about 6 years and it was not a premium.
2018 sale right? Its on namebio
Yes, thats correct.
Truckerr (dot) com
Bought for $20 here on NamePros in March.
Sold for $1,895 at BrandBucket
5 months waiting period.
Not going to lie, it's a domain I forgot about, and also almost let expire Good thing I didn't
g/i/t/s/h/e/e/t dot com
Sale venue: DAN - Outbound
Listing type: Make Offer
Sale price: $550
Purchase price: handreg $5.99
Hold Time: 20 days
C/o/r/a/v/a//n/t/ dot com
Listed: May 29th, 2018
Sold: Aug 15th, 2019
Sold price: $1699
Hand-registered, 1 renewal
Premium listing, sold during 7 day "super-boost".
No other info available.
This got to be the fastest sale of my life
My purchased price on np : $700
My purchase date on np: August 9th, 2019
Sale price through afternic: $4999
Sale date through bin on Afternic: August 9th, 2019. 3 hours after the purchase
Bin or offer ?
Bin sir. Thank you
My first double sale day!
Gonna ramble a bit for people who were saying they wanted more info in the sales thread.. I see you:
1) Sold el/on dot co at dan for $200, total cost was $89 ($25 expiring auction + $23 renewal + $23 renewal + $18 commission) so I made $111. Not ideal, but I was staring down the barrel of yet another pricey .co renewal which would have had me into this name for almost $100, so I'm still happy with this, I had thought about letting it drop. Actually, a good chunk of my sales (esp in .co) were names I was thinking of dropping but they auto-renewed before I had a chance to decide, or that I just barely renewed, so wtf do I know? Also most of my sales were names that were offered up here on NP for a fraction of the sale price, so shoutout to the 1 million members who didn't buy those from me.
2) The other sale is neuro/sound dot com for $897 bin at afternic. Purchased from a member here as part of a bulk deal, I think it worked out to about $40 per name, but this was one of the better ones in the bundle so it's probably fair to say I paid more than the "average" bundle price for it. Renewed once or twice at $9. This is now my biggest sale, I think, by a couple of dollars. I really believe this one could have gone for more, I was playing around with prices and POP it's gone. I had no price listed a couple of days before adding a similar BIN to all of my names, I wonder if an offer would have still come in or not, and what it would have been? Did I throw away thousands of dollars, or would they have just ignored it with no price listed? I guess that's the $4,000 question.
The seller must be pissed LOL.
What an amazing flip
I have to say this the seller is one of the most professional, honest, and trustworthy person on np. I offered him to split the profit and he refused. He said he is happy just to witness this sale happened. Now he becomes my personal good friend!
Domain Name: 3U4•COM
Sale Date: 8/17/19
Venue: Direct sale from make offer page
Sale Price: $5000 - $10 bank transfer fee = $4990 net proceeds
Type: Made offer of $5000 and I accepted.
Total Investment: $266 (Purchased through GD auctions on 6/22/18 for $257 plus one renewal
Name: Zakha(.) com
Venue: Efty page. (inbound)
Sale price: $ 2,000 ( Initial offer:$ 500, quoted $2,500)
After 1 month back and forth from initial offer to payment receipt.
Hold time: 7 months.
Cost: Escrow commission /concierge fee:$ 150 + reg fee $ 8.
Note: Didn't know the buyer as a middle man was involved till the last moment.
I just sold 1 domain today in namepros auction.. loss of $34 in this quick flip!
TFUM.com for $135 (bought for $160 + $9 transfer cost)
Domain Name: ATQP•COM
Sale Date: 8/20/19
Sale Price: $3800 - $760 commission = $3040 net proceeds
Total Investment: $111 (Reg on 1/9/2007 plus renewals)
Another fast sale although at my own mistake and I regret
O/D/N/Y.com (One Day New York)
My purchased price: $150
My purchase date: August 14th, 2019
Sale price through bin sedo: $500 (I thought I typed $5000 bin). Every one should be careful about bin
Sale date through bin on sedo: August 15th, 2019.
I know I sold too cheap. It was not instant transfer but I decided to honor the deal and only got $500. You guys can come and slap some sense into me in the future!
Congratulations, can you disclose where you bought it?
By sending emails to the owner
Texasboiler - $100 8mths inbound
Texasjewelrystore - $100 10mths outbound
Domain name: IJWY.COM
Sale venue: eBAY.COM
Listing type: Buy it now
Sale price: $194
Purchase Price $ 115
Purchased at: Flippa.com
Purchased on July 13, 2018
Holding Time: ! Year, 1 month, 10 days
I had a similar experience with this one:
Domain name: Jo99 .com
Sale venue: Afternic, inbound
Sale date: 15.08.2019 (payout)
Listing type: BIN
Sale price: 499 USD
Sale fee: 20%
Purchase venue: Godaddy Auctions (Closeouts)
Purchase date: 11.01.2017
Purchase price: 5 USD closeout fee plus three renewals = ca. 30 USD
Details about the limits of appraisals and losing track of a bigger portfolio:
Estibot and Domainindex estimated zero value. Godaddy provided a govalue of 420 USD, so I set the BIN above for Afternic. I also listed on another marketplace with BIN in the four numbers and parked the name with another platform for make-offer.
I am an interested reader of TLDinvestors Newsletter @equity78. A while ago they reported rising interest for LLNN coms with repeating numbers, twice they did I believe. I planned to check my portfolio for this kind of names but forgot.
Separate names with a comma.