Whenever I sell a domain name, I use the funds to acquire new assets. Domain investing is a cash-heavy business that requires enough liquidity to continue to improve a portfolio. Sometimes suboptimal deals are made to free up cash to fund additional acquisitions.
Selling a domain name for less than its value can cause some regret. Selling a domain name to an unknown entity only to find out it was acquired by a massive company for a new brand can also cause some regret. Some people don’t have any regrets after selling their domain names because they set their prices and if they sell they are content. Others regret leaving money on the table or having to sell for below value because the need the funds for something else.
Do you regret any of your domain sales? You are welcome to share examples if you would like.