Domain names sales for May 18, 2020 that transacted for the second time around.
Sometimes it’s as simple as the name expired and it’s not an end user buying but rather a domain investor. Sometimes it is a sale to another end user. Other times the name even though expired is a bit more trendy and trades at a higher price.
These second time around posts can be used in a variety of ways, sometimes it’s to see the burn down value of a name, what were investors willing to pay for a name an end user once valued so high?
Perhaps it’s to see a great flip, a name acquired on the cheap that was flipped for 10, 20, 100x.
I do like looking at names that were allowed to expire at GoDaddy and then the very next year also expire, how did sentiment change, when just about all the variables are the same.
For new investors it’s important to understand that many times these were drops. No domain investor benefited. GoDaddy, NameJet, DropCatch are the winners here. But as I said it gives a second snapshot in time at how people valued a particular domain name.
Hopefully you get something out of them even if it’s just to satisfy a curiosity.
Kph.com sold in 2009 at NameJet for $5,316 it closed Monday at $24,999 at NameJet.
FinShop.com sold for $616 in 2018 at NameJet and it closed Monday at NameJet for $2,500.
Opyo.com from $211 in 2009, to $391 in 2013 and closed Monday at $815 at NameJet.
CarbonTree.com from $368 to $688 same day last year and Monday at GoDaddy auctions.
Muviza.com same thing here, one year difference investors thought more of the name. GoDaddy auctions last year $248, this year $623.
College-Cram.com sold in December of 2019 for $1,405 and now went for $388 at NameJet on Monday.
TheGiftFactory.com sold for $1,000 at Sedo in 2011 and closed at $236 at GoDaddy auctions on Monday.
AllHvacInfo.com sold for $5,900 in 2011 at Sedo, closed for $126 at GoDaddy on Monday.
NetDelta.com sold for $2,288 at Sedo in 2008 it closed for $281 at Dynadot on Monday.