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Buying revenue generating parked domain assets – Budget: Up to $25,000.00

Today: Wanted – Single Word .io’s – Budget: Up to $50 ea. and total budget of $2,000.00 / Have.fun sold for $11,500 / Appraisal for Desirable.online / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Ejica.com – It’s short, pronounceable, and brandable, but, does that automatically translate to value? What kind of evaluation would you give a domain name assets like Ejica.com?

WindowsBreak.com – I remember witnessing windows breaking when I was teenager, but I’m not sure what kind of monetary value one can put on breakage versus repair. Demolition, sure, but window breaking specialists? How would you value this one?

ZOKQ.com 4L domain – Four-letter .com’s have a liquid floor value in today’s markets, however, not all of them are created equal and some are worth much less or more than others. What’s this one worth?

Appraisal for Desirable.online – This is an interesting new gTLD combo. It makes sense. Adult industry maybe? What would you appraise this domain name asset for in today’s markets?

Have.fun sold for $11,500 – BAM!! New gTLD .fun knocks one out of the ball park, bases are loaded, and the catcher has the sun in his eye’s. Boom!! Home run for .FUN!! Nice sale!

Wanted – Single Word .io’s – Budget: Up to $50 ea. and total budget of $2,000.00 – Do you have any single-word .io ccTLD’s in your portfolio you want to liquidate? This is a bulk buyer with a budget of up to $50.00 each and a total budget of $2,000.00. Do you have any to sell?

Buying revenue generating parked domain assets – Budget: $25,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for a parking revenue domain asset. If you are looking to liquidate for fast cash, this might be an opportunity. Remember, always use due diligence and an escrow service for transactions that large.

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