Sold for $100,000 via Kate Buckley

This afternoon, domain broker Kate Buckley of Buckley Media announced that she brokered the sale of the domain name for $100,000: now forwards to the website for Green Street Advisors (, a company that offers “real estate and financial market intelligence.” Whois records confirm that this company is now the registrant of the domain name. Prior to the Whois change, the domain name was registered to a registrant in New Jersey, who appears to be a domain investor.

Once Ron Jackson of DNJournal is able to independently confirm the $100,000 sale of, it will rank in the top 20 publicly reported domain name sales of 2020. The $100,000 sale will tie the $100,000 sale of, and it will also tie the $100,000 sales of and

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  1. Yes, this is an outstanding sale.

    I doubt the buyer is “GreenStreet” cafe in Coconut Grove, FL, one of my former breakfast haunts, although Im sure the cafe has the money to buy this domain so who knows?

    My guess is an end-user in financial services.

  2. Although I wish it were not so, it’s very rare I’m ever willing to agree that anything was a “good sale” with any of the announcements I ever see, period.

    Despite that apparently Ms. Buckley and I would disagree at the Pollock thread, nonetheless for the cause of what I call “truth in domaining,” the general good, and above all just being truthful in general, I can confirm this was a good sale.

    And you know it’s good when it’s certified by an anonymous commenter who doesn’t even like one of your views on something. But how many people would do the opposite for that reason alone…

  3. She’s the “Green master ”!

    Ms. Buckley, i see poster here “” Can you please rep him. doesnt know i asked, just think “” is Truthfully better!

    Green monster! (no pun)Ty share n these times. complete disagree post in ”Pollock thread”, but love everything stand for with regards sales.

    Profession lacks women, you’re inspiring; Best one our industry. Im male, give credit when due. Thanks again for sharing, Ms. Buckley wish for continued success. became fan after sold “Rate” remains my favorite sale by you to this day.


    • you must be beyond mentally retarded. there are no part of Kates words of support too a long time friend to disagree with

      “It’s more essential now than ever to stand up for what you believe in. You have my support.”

      how some screwed up cuck like you finds time to write in public is beyond me

      do yourself a favour a shut up and don’t speak in public again

    • rumour has it they call you the “brown master” Samer! Be that as it may it could be from shitting your pants or having your nose in monsters bum we’ll never know


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