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When your cash flow is hard

Labeled as discuss in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by DuDD, May 13, 2021

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  1. DuDD

    DuDD Established Member

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    Hello everyone
    wish you all good
    A friend recently had a problem:
    He owned a lot of domain names.Every year he pays a hefty fee for these names.Some time ago, he had a problem with his cash flow and asked me if there was a platform where he could quickly cash in on the domain name.

    • Can you give me some advice?How to make domain names fast cash
      Thanks in advance
     
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  2. noneisnone

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  4. DuDD

    DuDD Established Member

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    thanks for you reply
    • Is this by selling the domain name at a low price?
      would you mind telling me more details?
     
  5. tomcarl

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    Tell your friend to lower his bin prices on what's not his best names.

    But besides places mentioned above, can try listing them with a liquidation price on:

    eBay
    Sedo
    Dan

    And doing outbound
     
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  6. noneisnone

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    @DuDD a marketplace for resellers no end-user pricing
     
  7. DuDD

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    • What bothers me is that he doesn't want to lower the price:xf.cry:
    • Is there a website similar to mortgage
    • thanks for your advice
     
  8. DuDD

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    • It's an auction site, right?
    • Put the domain name up for auction?
     
  9. DuDD

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    thanks
     
  10. DuDD

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    Is there a website or platform that can help?
     
  11. bmugford

    bmugford www.DataCube.com PRO VIP ICA Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Cash flow generally becomes a problem when (1) of more of the following apply -

    1.) Lack of quantity. Even if you have quality domains, 10 domains is not enough to provide steady sales.
    2.) Lack of quality. Bad domains don't sell very often.
    3.) Pricing is too high. Even quality domains need to be priced in reasonable ranges.

    The problem could be any of all of those.

    If you have quality domains there is no shortage of buyers, for reasonable prices.

    Brad
     
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  12. DuDD

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    hello
    do you know the web domainequity.com??
     
  13. DuDD

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    Is there a mortgage site?
    1-2 months later to buy back the domain name. His names are all premium domain names
     
  14. bmugford

    bmugford www.DataCube.com PRO VIP ICA Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    There are companies like DomainCapital.com, though I have no idea what terms they offer or if they are even still active.

    Brad
     
  15. Recons.Com

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    Domains and mortgage generally don't work well for few reasons.

    a) you don't get title on a domain like you do on property. You are one udrp/court decision/registrar decision away from losing it

    b) domains are way less liquid than a property. You can liquidate a property within days with 10%-30% discount. Most domains, even investment grade ones, require 90%-99% discount from the market price to sell within days.

    So your creditor can't provide you with more than 1%-10% of the market value. And even then if they'd have to do all the appraisals and valuations there'd be nothing left.

    So, generally speaking, the only names that could get meaningful money for pawning them would be the five-six-seven figure names and you'd get about 10%-20% of the value as cash in hand with some high interest rates on those.
     
  16. DuDD

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    • Anyway, thank you for the information
     
  17. DuDD

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    thanks for you advice very much
    • Just because his domain names are all premium names, such as: 2L 3L.So he don't want to undersell
      • It's just a turnaround of 1-2 weeks or even a month
     
  18. karmaco

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    Get on ClubHouse and participate in auctions. Put them for sale here. Quick liquidation means low prices to other domainers. Your friend should understand that. None of this will help if the names aren’t good.
     
  19. wwwulff

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    In which tld?
     
  20. DuDD

    DuDD Established Member

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    2L 3L 4L names
    .com extension
     
  21. DuDD

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    .com extension
     
  22. Compassion

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    Certain venues work better for different quality of names.


    You try liquidating here....

    As mentioned...
    DNWE, Flippa, Namejet, Ebay and Nameliquidate could work


    Hard to say without seeing the names in question



    Are they anywhere near that DDD dot com in your logo? That is a true gem!
     
  23. DuDD

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    Thanks very much
    "Are they anywhere near that DDD dot com in your logo?" B ut sorry I dont understand what you mean :xf.cry:
     

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