Labeled as domain in Pre-Purchase Appraisals, started by Want2learn, May 4, 2017
Wow, you are improving )
VRST is a nice name, it would have a floor price of around $900 +/- $100 for reseller.
End user sale would be in $5,000-$10,000 region most probably.
Agree with @Recons.Com - This is a nice name
I dont own it just yet Working on it.
Best of luck to you!
Awesome domain buddy! Good luck!
Some nice names you have in portfolio.
It isn't there yet! This is like the freudian reverse jinxes coming my way
I will have to get some pointers from you soon.
i see what you did there!
I wouldn't want to be into this for a long term hold. Imo the whole VR thing is majorly over hyped from the domainers standpoint. There are only likely to be a few big VR players (who likely already have their domains).
agree 100 percent
Honestly, your likely to be buying this name at it's highest price point right now.
VR market is quite robust, differing from many other areas with short boom.
There are hundreds of companies that in VR business that use vr+word or word+vr, including vrll and llvr
Regardless of VR I still think this domain can sell as LOW as $250 Plus IMO
The floor is actually around $400.
You can sell me VR+LL.com with LL being prem letters for $400? I'll buy for $500 from you and you can pocket $100 per each you can bring.
There are relatively recent sales for 'premium letter' vr names in the $400-600 range. If we're talking about floor prices, we're referring to the lowest prices these can sell....and they do sell in this range.
It doesn't really matter though. The OP asked for an appraisal and although I'm uncomfortable giving an exact figure, I am more than happy to say that the domain is likely overvalued at this moment in time and therefore represents a bad investment.
If I had VR names in this market, I'd be selling, not buying.
It is possible to sell below floor... If you don't give enough time and opportunity to prospective buyers, choose wrong venue etc., you'll lose..
I went to NB right now to check the latest VRCC sales...
Here are sales since October (roughly 6 months) and, yeah, floor of $900 +/- 100 seems about right...
Domain Price Date Venue
vrvr.com 40,000 USD 2017-04-11 NameJet
vrjb.com 1,200 USD 2017-01-23 NamesCon
vrbg.com 1,401 USD 2017-01-01 NameJet
vrkh.com 950 USD 2016-11-24 NamePros
vrjb.com 850 USD 2016-11-18 NamePros
vrfs.com 1,500 USD 2016-10-11 NameJet
vrjp.com 1,101 USD 2016-10-03 NameJet
wanalearn i think referring to future market not current market, every trend usually goes down, nothing is permanent, other than LL, or LLL coms prices (even those fluctuate by 100k) LL were selling for 1 million plus now are some available for 500k , so nothing is permanent.
As far Virtual reality is concerned, i think it will be more on apps, or phones or games, rather than someone will be typing domain to see Virtual reality, just my 2 cents.
As for the current market, VR ST - can be virtual street, can go from mid xxx to high xxx
all the best
That's kinda the point. The floor is the floor....it's the bottom. So whatever you regarded as selling below the floor, is the actual floor.
There's also a paradox here with Chinese premium letter's seemingly commanding a premium, despite the vr start of the domains not being Chinese friendly.
Do not touch these things, they are absolute poison. Someone (maybe a lot of people) is/are pumping this market and the bottom will fall out within 12 months imo...
well the seller wants 7k which i didn't offer. I'm well below that. on sedo it asks for a 3k minimum. i have offered less through a different channel. doubt offer will be accepted.
Sir, again, I offered you to sell me at 25% premium from your mentioned "floor", but you don't seem to offer any.
In addition, I gave you sale data which shows the lowest sold was here on NP for $850...
I have 11 LLVR, VRLL and LVRL .coms and I constantly get offers on those much higher than your stated valuation...
Yes, Chinese can appreciate "undesirable" V if it is part of the term... VR is VR in China too... So the "rule" shifts to the other 2 letters...
Separate names with a comma.