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Weekly Brokerage Listings – 1/24

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With all of the crypto news, I am surprised that no brokers submitted a cryptocurrency related domain name! This week’s new brokerage listings are below.

Readers are allowed to submit one domain name for sale in the comment section. The domain name must be new to the market (or subject of a major price reduction), and it must have a buy it now price and contact information. That’s it. Submissions that don’t meet these simple requirements will probably deleted. I also ask people not to comment on listings or they will be deleted. Buyers and sellers should connect privately to discuss.

Always use an escrow service when transacting, whether it is with a domain broker or another party. In addition, it is imperative that you perform due diligence before buying a domain name here or elsewhere to verify ownership and understand trademark/intellectual property issues. I do not verify accuracy of listings or ownership (brokers or commenters), and I do not get involved in any third party deals. Readers and commenters are solely responsible for their transactions.

Domain broker submitted listings:

Weekly Brokerage Listings – 1/10

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The weekly brokerage listing feature is back. Each week (or so), I will connect with domain brokers to see what new domain names they have listed for sale. To be listed here, the domain name should be new to the market and have a buy it now price. A domain name may be re-listed for sale if it had a significant price reduction.

Readers are allowed to submit one domain name for sale in the comment section. The domain name must be new to the market (or subject of a major price reduction), and it must have a buy it now price and contact information. That’s it. Submissions that don’t meet these simple requirements will probably deleted. I also ask people not to comment on listings or they will be deleted. Buyers and sellers should connect privately to discuss.

Always use an escrow service when transacting, whether it is with a domain broker or another party. In addition, it is imperative that you perform due diligence before buying a domain name here or elsewhere to verify ownership and understand trademark/intellectual property issues. I do not verify accuracy of listings or ownership (brokers or commenters), and I do not get involved in any third party deals. Readers and commenters are solely responsible for their transactions.

Domain broker submitted listings:

Weekly Domain Sales Listings – 12/24

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Because its Christmas Eve, I did not receive many  domain broker submissions with domain names for sale. Instead, I have opted to list some of my company’s domain names that are for sale with BIN prices. These domain names are  available for sale on a first come, first served basis. Post the name and “sold” in the comment section, and/or email me to agree to purchase. Prices are valid for 48 hours or until I remove the name(s).

You are welcome to post one of your own domain names for sale with a buy it now price. Please do not post any other information besides the domain name, price, and contact information. Any comment that does not adhere to the rules will be marked as spam. Please do not comment aside from posting a name for sale if you’d like.

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Should I Keep Weekly Brokerage Listings?

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Just about every Wednesday afternoon, I share a list of domain broker submitted domain names that have recently gone on the market. The genesis of these weekly articles was that I wanted to know the great new domain names coming on the market each week, and I figured others did as well. At some point, I allowed readers to submit their own sale listings, with similar requirements to broker submissions.

In my opinion, the quality of the submissions was not on par with the broker submissions. In addition, many people didn’t follow the simple submission rules, and it has become annoying for me to moderate these weekly posts. I know there have been sales as a result of the listings (both brokers and readers), and I have also bought at least one name from the listings.

That said, I am thinking about no longer publishing this weekly post. I know there are between 30-60+ submissions each week, but I also know there are many other readers who don’t post anything. I want to know what people who read this blog think about me stopping the weekly post. Please vote in the poll below and feel free to leave a comment.


Weekly Domain Broker Listings – 9/17

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The weekly domain broker submitted listings are published below. Contact the listing broker directly if you are interested in buying (or discussing) one of the domain names that was submitted. I am not involved in any of the listings, so please contact the broker directly.

If you would like, you may submit one domain name for sale in the comment section. As always, the domain name needs to have a buy it now price and it must be new to the resale market.  I recommend that  you to read my article with  advice on listing domain names  prior to submitting your domain name.

Always do your due diligence before buying a domain name. In addition, you should always use an escrow service like Escrow.com to close your deals more securely.

Here are this week’s submissions:

Weekly Domain Broker Listings – 8/6

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Domain broker submitted sale listings for this week are published below. If you are interested in buying one of the domain names, please contact the broker directly as I am not involved in any of these deals.

Visitors are invited to submit one domain name for sale in the comment section. The domain name must be new to the market, owned by the person submitting it, and must have a price. If I see any submissions that break these simple rules, I may delete them. Please do not post comments aside from your listings.

I do not verify any listings, so do your due diligence before buying and use an escrow service to transact. This should be common sense anyway – and you should always use perform due diligence before buying a domain name and always use an escrow service.

This week’s listings:

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