IREIT Selects Afternic for Domain Name Brokerage Services

I wrote an article over a year ago entitled “Dear IREIT, Is Anybody Home? Does Anyone Work There Any More?” and it still receives traffic and the occasional comment. While Internet REIT still owns some solid domain names, apparently, it takes some time to hear back from the company on offers and deals.

This slow response time may be a thing of the past. According to a press release this morning, Internet REIT has selected Afternic as the exclusive broker for over 1,000 domain names. Buyers dealing with Afternic should see much quicker response times, assuming Afternic has pricing for the domain names the company represents.

Hopefully this move will help close more deals. If you are interested in buying domain names owned by IREIT, contact Afternic’s Patrick Calvoni at 781-839-2856.

Press Release:

Afternic, the world’s leading domain marketplace, announced today that it has been selected as the exclusive broker for over 1,000 premium names owned by Internet REIT, Inc., a media company that owns and manages high-quality domain names. Domains listed for sale by iREIT include many high-value names such as OfficeSupply.com, HouseFinancing.com, FlightDeals.com, and SecondMortgage.com.

“Afternic’s Domain Listing Service was the clear choice for us when it came to looking for the best platform to list our domain names,” said Bob Hurtte, CEO of iREIT. “We wanted the domains to have the broadest exposure to the largest number of potential buyers, and there is no question that Afternic is leading the market in placing the inventory of aftermarket domain names in front of potential buyers all over the world.”

“With the quality of the iREIT names and the breadth of our distribution network, we are confident that Afternic’s platform can deliver outstanding results for iREIT,” said Jason Miner, Senior Vice President of NameMedia and General Manager of Afternic. “More and more domain sellers are recognizing that our partner network aggregates potential buyer demand better than any other platform.”

AfternicDLS is the world’s largest domain distribution network, with more than 70 partners, including six of the top ten global registrars. Those partners display the inventory of names listed for sale through Afternic directly on their site, facilitating the awareness and sale of names in the domain aftermarket. Many of the partners have adopted Afternic’s Instant Transfer(TM) technology, allowing domain buyers the opportunity to purchase a premium domain name as easily as registering a new name on the partner’s site.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of DomainInvesting.com. Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the DomainInvesting.com Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest. Reach out to Elliot: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

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