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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Domain sales report for the week


  I was  away taking some vacation days last week so I have two weeks worth of sales data for you this time out. A lot of good things happened in the aftermarket while I away was including a blockbuster 7-figure sale I just confirmed today. In that one veteran domain investor/broker Larry Fischer(GetYourDomain.com) closed a $1,200,000 sale of MyWorld.com for seller Anything.com. That is one of the five biggest sales reported so far this yearand the fifth to break the seven-figure barrier. That is not new territory for Larry, an industry pioneer who has been involved in an extraordinarily large number of high end transactions. The vast majority of those have never been made public due to non-disclosure agreements.
In another nice sale, Kate Buckley at Buckley Media Group (representing the seller) and Amber Burke at Flippa.com (representing the buyer) worked together to complete a $225,000 deal for Agenda.com. That ranks among the 20 biggest sales so far in 2017. Kate (who now has three of the year's 20 highest sales to date) also wound up with two of the six biggest sales on our latest weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart by adding another $42,500 for Labiaplasty.com.
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By Ron Jackson
The week's biggest five-figure sales share both a keyword (actually a key number in this case) as well as the #3 position on the Big Board. Clark Siegelin at DomainProducts.com sold Wealth365.com for $60,000 while NameJet banked the same amount for the week's top ccTLD sale - 365.tv. Clark holds one of the world's biggest collections of prime "keywords+365" domains (numbers like 360, 247 and 24 are also popular with .com investors who have used  this kind of  pattern to rack up sales). Siegelin (who used Sedo's escrow service for this sale) said this was the highest price paid to date for a keyword+365 domain.
Another NameJet sale - Everex.com at $50,205 rounded out the first five. After that three-letter .coms took center stage with eight names filling over half of the remaining slots. NameJet racked up all eight of those with a group led by #7 BEF.com at $39,000. That run helped the .coms sweep 15 of the 20 chart entries.
The remaining five spots on the leader board all went to country code domains - a group that is continuing to have a very solid year. Nidoma.com and GritBrokerage.com each accounted for two of those charted ccTLD sales. Nidoma scored with #14 Park.it ($29,090) and #17 Take.it ($23,801) while Grit rang up $25,000 for #15 Sequence.co and $22,500 for #20 Urban.co.
That left no room for the non .com gTLDs this week though the category did have two five-figure sales that are included in the more than two dozen additional sales in that range that are listed after the Top 20 Chart below.
Here is how the sales leaders stacked up for the two weeks ending Sunday, October 8, 2017:
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The DN Journal Top 20 Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Sept. 25, 2017 - Sun. Oct. 8, 2017 
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Oct. 11, 2017)
 Domain
Sold For
Where Sold
1.MyWorld.com$1,200,000GetYourDomain
2.Agenda.com$225,000Buckley Media Group
3.
tie
Wealth365.com$60,000DomainProducts/
Sedo
3.
tie
365.tv$60,000NameJet
5.Everex.com$50,205NameJet
6.Labiaplasty.com$42,500Buckley Media Group/
Flippa
7.BEF.com$39,000NameJet
8.LAA.com$36,716NameJet
9.LXL.com$35,500NameJet
10.MGP.com$32,600NameJet
11.Gigawatt.com$30,000Sedo
12.Buda.com€25,000 = $29,750Sedo
13.HSV.com$29,200NameJet
14.Park.it€24,445 = $29,090Nidoma
15.EZR.com$25,900NameJet
16.Sequence.co$25,000GritBrokerage
17.Take.it€20,001 = $23,801Nidoma
18.JLZ.com$23,500NameJet
19.MDO.com$23,400NameJet
20.Urban.co$22,500Grit Brokerage
Keep in mind that these are the highest value cash only sales that have been reported to us in the past week. This column is meant to be an educational tool, not a complete list documenting ALL high value domain sales. Such a list is impossible to produce because many sales are kept private at the insistence of buyers, sellers or both. Our procedure for verifying the accuracy of domain sales reports is available here.
CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Top Sales Charts
There were 26 more five-figure sales off the chart led by NameJet's sale of VMB.com ($22,322) and XFU.com ($20,120). They added $17,100 for DigitalPhotography.com and $13,209 for 250250.com.
At Sedo Ploy.com plucked $18,000Progate.com produced $15,840 and MisterTrip.com made $14,875.DonkeyMails.com drew $14,520FileHost.com fetched $14,279 and EGA.de delivered $14,161Proknow.comprovided $14,00024Store.com attracted $13,400 and 1Game.com went for $13,199.
Also at Sedo, SkyTracks.com commanded $13,000Truss.co collected $12,500 and Biuti.com banked $12,000.Web.hr added $11,900Bridge.tv tallied $11,899 and SCTX.com clicked for $10,350Zweisam.com sold for $10,115 while three others - DanaTech.comJapenseBeauty.com and NFC,net - notched $10,000 apiece.
At Nidoma.com HumanCompany.com captured $17,850Clinical.net dispensed $10,710 and Trattoria.it tasted $10,472.
.Com Supporting Cast
NameJet led the .com supporting cast of four figure sales with CityMap.com at $9,975 and Atlantia.com at $9,886. Another $8,800 sprouted from ISpring.com while Dotcoms.com corralled $8,108 and BitFX.com found $7,999
CACC.com and Grassy.com grossed $7,101 each while H48.com kicked in $6,610 and Dainiu.com yielded $6,600XLXL.com cleared $6,500, Edgewise.com wangled $6,101Cetec.com secured $6,095 and Kaiwu.com cornered $6,013
NameJet had 62 more four-figure .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $5,600 that are listed in the table below:

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Additional NameJet .com Sales Between $2,000 - $5,600
opens.com$5,600 wellstar.com$2,967
starsigns.com$5,600vb8.com$2,888
777casino.com$5,3522kd.com$2,811
jetexpress.com$5,300gaje.com$2,700
typy.com$5,090baggageclaim.com$2,650
footballfan.com$4,800cihr.com$2,580
87558.com$4,799touristinformation.com$2,550
trackmate.com$4,777cb315.com$2,500
32889.com$4,699emsys.com$2,488
j93.com$4,5993xs.com$2,411
28677.com$4,399o89.com$2,400
98819.com$4,333qeee.com$2,400
gigafactory.com$4,300maab.com$2,399
18099.com$4,210truckaccidentattorney.com$2,399
67188.com$4,100maxhardcore.com$2,300
klockner.com$4,070oceanavenue.com$2,252
travesty.com$3,957airsanitizers.com$2,200
pcicompliance.com$3,875cyxf.com$2,200
genk.com$3,601hmst.com$2,150
rt8.com$3,558futech.com$2,109
xenergy.com$3,53353156.com$2,100
weddingmall.com$3,504conjuring.com$2,100
redpay.com$3,410generalpractitioner.com$2,051
consultations.com$3,356ironsmith.com$2,050
proe.com$3,33388049.com$2,021
fmnetnews.com$3,150cgay.com$2,019
demolished.com$3,125dset.com$2,010
professed.com$3,125marketcall.com$2,001
elitecapital.com$3,112savepower.com$2,000
livingway.com$3,099shouchun.com$2,000
xc7.com$3,001velvetskin.com$2,000
Back at Sedo three domains - FantasyElite.comFortel.com and Ginpay.com - provided $9,000 apieceSuccessLife.com celebrated $8,700MPainting.com peeled off $7,500 and Sokso.com sold for $7,250
ParagonConstruction.com hammered out $7,000OXIM.com contributed $6,000 and Lexfin.com found $5,815.Doton.com deposited another $5,544 and Relamp.com lit up $5,250
Sedo had 53 more four-figure sales ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 that are listed in the table below:
Additional Sedo .com Sales Between $2,000 - $5,000
sharelotto.com$5,000 cleverparts.com$3,451
smartpharmrx.com$5,000safein.com$3,451
citicam.com$4,880cryptoplanet.com$3,299
facecall.com$4,799auctiontech.com$3,000
monprof.com$4,736seminaires.com$2,999
billboardvietnam.com$4,500watsonline.com$2,990
freesalsa.com$4,500bitcoinbay.com$2,975
urbanfibre.com$4,5001wsq.com$2,800
seethree.com$4,025mobichef.com$2,777
otrend.com$3,960vapehive.com$2,650
airsys.com$3,900hotcanadianpharmacy.com$2,618
playersretreat.com$3,900bvid.com$2,500
payment1.com$3,850kkbd.com$2,413
ambite.com$3,808aister.com$2,380
tjtaylor.com$3,808isarco.com$2,292
uwisher.com$3,800betterthanthat.com$2,288
smartalarms.com$3,750estaservices.com$2,221
rentist.com$3,690brtx.com$2,200
seaops.com$3,600bonnieandclyde.com$2,077
wellest.com$3,600cxosummit.com$2,000
jsclark.com$3,550elegantlywasted.com$2,000
globalsafetyproducts.com$3,500highlylikely.com$2,000
parkerfoundation.com$3,500ibra.com$2,000
pgap.com$3,500jndo.com$2,000
qilue.com$3,500perspectivemedia.com$2,000
youbon.com$3,500ufoparasail.com$2,000
 varouj.com$2,000
At Nidoma.com HumanTravel.com hauled in $8,530BoatAndGo.com docked at $3,587StudyTrip.comdiscovered $2,975 and Riace.com returned $2,856.
Elsewhere, Plenty of Brands sold ShoeSolutions.com for $7,000 and KeywordDomains.com moved Sparkwire.com for $2,380.
 
Country Codes
The ccTLDs had another excellent outing piling up 11 five-figure sales led by the year's third biggest country code sale to date - 365.tv at $60,000 via NameJet. All of those five-figure sales were listed in the all extension section above, so the biggest sale in this group that you haven't seen yet is #12 on our latest weekly ccTLD Top 20 Sales Chart. That is Sedo's $9,999 sale of Guts.es.
Sedo went on to sweep 12 of the 20 chart entries. Nidoma has the next highest total with four, including #13 Gelateria.it at $9,996. KeywordDomains.com followed with a nice IDN sale - #14 ÖLE.de at €7,500 ($8,925).
The extension race wound up in a dead heat with Germany's .de and Italy's .it each claiming four chart entries. Here is how the country code leaders stacked up for the two weeks ending Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017:
Country Code Top 20 Sales ChartHighest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Sept. 25, 2017 - Sun. Oct. 8, 2017
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Oct. 11, 2017)
 Domain
Sold For
Where Sold
1.365.tv$60,000NameJet
2.Park.it€24,445 = $29,090Nidoma
3.Sequence.co$25,000Grit Brokerage
4.Take.it€20,001 = $23,801Nidoma
5.Urban.co$22,500Grit Brokerage
6.EGA.de€11,900 = $14,161Sedo
7.Truss.co$12,500Sedo
8.Web.hr€10,000 = $11,900Sedo
9.Bridge.tv€9,999 = $11,899Sedo
10.Trattoria.it€8,800 = $10,472Nidoma
11.Zweisam.de€8,500 = $10,115Sedo
12.Guts.es$9,999Sedo
13.Gelateria.it€8,400 = $9,996Nidoma
14.
tie
ÖLE.de (IDN)€7,500 = $8,925KeywordDomains
14.
tie
Zhekou.cn€7,500 = $8,925Sedo
16.Kleinanzeigen.ch€5,900 = $7,021Sedo
17.Host.ai$6,999Sedo
18.RFRB.co.uk£5,000 = $6,600Sedo
19.Traum-Trauringe.de€5,500 = $6,545Sedo
20.Milf.ch€5,000 = $5,950Sedo
CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.
There were dozens of additional four-figure sales off the chart led by two Sedo sales - GetAQuote.co.uk at $5,940and Helikopter.de at $5,355Agris.de added another $4,760
Sedo had 21 more four-figure ccTLD sales ranging from $2,000 to $4,000 that are listed in the table below:
Additional Sedo ccTLD Sales Between $2,000 - $5,000
symbiosys.dk$4,000 naturschutzrecht.de$2,975
meinerbrecht.de$3,540working-mom.de$2,975
primes.ca$3,500yamyam.de$2,896
resume.ai$3,499chocolate.gr$2,826
naturalbranding.de$3,451complete.co.uk$2,500
solarshop.de$3,332fid.co.nz$2,500
ornellaia.com.cn$3,284livingearth.co.uk$2,500
crescina.pl$3,273deity.co.uk$2,380
gma.me$3,000schweizertaschenmesser.de$2,380
etx.de$2,975aquafil.cn$2,000
 lang.it$2,000
Back at Nidoma Kebabs.it booked $5,117 and Soccorso.it sewed up $4,522.
Nidoma had 16 more  four-figure ccTLD sales ranging from $1,133 to $3,998 that are listed in the table below:
Additional Nidoma ccTLD Sales Between $1,133 - $3,998
cartoleria.it$3,998 nastrorosa.it$1,785
ferramosca.it$3,332americanino.it$1,742
levicoterme.it$2,686uniplaces.it$1,547
envelop.es$2,380difensore.it$1,455
garamond.it$2,322milfs.es$1,309
aedn.es$2,024basile.it$1,190
aper.it$1,785igers.it$1,190
drim.it$1,785farmaciediturno.it$1,133
Elsewhere, DomainsDeliver.com sold Intact.us for $5,000 and Grit Brokerage got the same amount for Particular.co. Also, DomainLore.co.uk picked up $1,031 for 4U.co.uk
If there are country code extensions in our report that you are not familiar with, you can look up the nation each extension goes with here
Non .com gTLDs (.net, .org and others, including new gTLDs)
The non .com gTLDs weren't as fortunate as the other categories with only 14 sales reported for this group over the past two weeks. Two of those reached five figures - Clinical.net at $10,710 via Nidoma and NFC.net at $10,000 through Sedo - to top our latest Non. com gTLD Top Sales Chart
The .nets made it three straight with NameJet's $5,700 sale of #3 ThemeCircle.net. Rounding out the first five are BeatBullying.org ($5,601 at NameJet) and a new gTLDCoins.exchange, at $5,000 via GoDaddy
While the .nets got off to a fast start, the .orgs came from behind to win the extension race with six chart entries - one better than the .nets. Here is how the non .com gTLD leaders stacked up for the two weeks ending Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017:
Non .Com gTLDs Top Sales ChartHighest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Sept. 25, 2017 - Sun. Oct. 8, 2017
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Oct. 11, 2017)
 Domain
Sold For
Where Sold
1.Clinical.net$10,710Nidoma
2.NFC.net$10,000Sedo
3.ThemeCircle.net$5,700NameJet
4.BeatBullying.org$5,601NameJet
5.Coins.exchange$5,000GoDaddy
6.KPF.org$4,488Sedo
7.HHH.org$3,700NameJet
8.HelpRefugees.org$3,500Sedo
9.SOPE.org$3,000Sedo
10.7374.net$2,900NameJet
11.HealingSmiles.org$2,899Sedo
12.Skin.clinic$2,500Sedo
13.
tie
FOTW.net$2,000NameJet
13.
tie
Space.camp$2,000Sedo

Now that you're up to date on what happened over the past week, check out how the leaders stand year to date in all categories by visiting our Year To Date Charts page

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