DomainsForSale.com Has One of the Best Portfolios

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If you’ve been investing in domain names for any amount of time and did Whois lookups on some of the top domain names, I am sure you’ve come across Anything.com. The company owns top tier domain names like Kitchen.com, Marketing.com, Hip.com, and many other valuable domain names. I would have listed other domain names, like Home.com, but that domain name was recently sold.

It was the sale of Home.com that made me have a look at DomainsForSale.com, a website that was first mentioned to me by domain industry veteran and broker Larry Fischer. In addition to Larry, the team behind DomainsForSale.com include Ari Goldberger, Jason Schaeffer, and Matt Tennenbaum.

After taking a quick look around, it appears that the website is filled with fantastic inventory owned by Anything.com. I did not do enough Whois searches to see if there are domain name listings from other entities, as I believe Larry and Ari broker domain names on behalf of additional clients.

Some of the great domain names listed for sale on DomainsForSale.com include:

  • Kitchen.com
  • Hip.com
  • Design.com
  • Borrow.com
  • Marketing.com
  • Bye.com
  • Barber.com
  • Commerce.com

Beyond the great domain names listed for sale on the website, the company lists quite a few domain names that were sold in 2020. I know of some of these deals after seeing Whois changes or learning about startups operating on the domain names, but here is a list of some of the company’s sales from 2020:

  • Teams.com
  • Blade.com
  • MD.com
  • After.com
  • Public.com
  • Route.com
  • Stockton.com
  • LAC.com
  • Sante.com

Anything.com does not report its domain name sales. I track the company’s domain name movements via DomainTools, and I am also able to see when domain names change hands if they end up being registered by several large corporate domain name registrars I follow.

I got a little bit of domain portfolio envy when looking at DomainsForSale.com, and I bet you will, too.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Spectacular intuitive domain brands….
    Its a broken record – but with all the censorship going on in social media – it all comes back to the DOT COM.
    All those folks over the years telling us that they have the “tweaker” and “faceplant” equivalent of our DOT COMs – and that makes our DOT COMs worth a whole lot less than they used to be…I don’t think so
    These kind of domains like Anything has will find the right buyer who gets the social media nonsense and realize they need complete control of their content.
    Bri

    • Let’s be straight here, social media, apps and most significantly, search, have reduced the importance of domains. To think otherwise is denial.

      Domains are still important but it is now 50% of the game where it used to be 100% of the game.

      • Snoop –
        Owning the intuitive DOT COM does not rely of SEO algorithms or how much Zuckerberg and other internet oligarchs like or dislike you or your business. In fact just now I am doing another very decent deal where someone has ?????????.me and realizes they need ????????Me.com.
        as far as “To think otherwise is denial.” candidly is sophomoric on your part – maybe you got in the business late and own a bunch of NON DOT COMs. We will just operate our businesses 180 degrees from each other and see who wins in the end.

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