List What You Want to Buy

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It’s Sunday fun day, so let’s try something that could be fun and could easily be  disastrous! Just about all of us are looking to buy certain types of domain names and others are looking to sell them. Let’s see if we can match some buyers to sellers.

For buyers:

I invite you to post a comment with a type of domain name you are in the market to buy should something be available. Be very specific because people tend to throw names out there they hope will match but clearly don’t.

Set your parameters clearly. For example, you can ask for things like 3 letter .com domain names that don’t have the letter Z and are for sale for $4,000 or less. The more specific you are, the more likely you are to get matching domain names.

For Sellers:

I invite you to reply to these wanted comments with your matching domain name and price as well as a way to contact you. I only ask that you reply to specific posts rather than submitting comments so that we can track what comment you are replying to.

If I notice something that either clearly doesn’t match what the buyer is looking to buy or isn’t a reply to a specific comment, I will probably delete it.

Keep a few things in mind:

  • I will not be involved in any transactions unless I personally buy or sell a domain name
  • I will not accept any commission as a result of a sale
  • I am not verifying any domain names that are listed for sale
  • I will not intervene on any transactions that have problems or fall through
  • Do your due diligence when buying and/or selling a domain name

90 COMMENTS

  1. Looking to buy –

    Gambling domains.

    Must be an exact match term .com .co.uk or .net

    The exact match term must have a minimum of 2,000 searches on GKWT.

    You can send me direct messages to tonyadams175@yahoo.co.uk Please include a price, If I am interested I will respond.

    I tried this on a domain forum once and got a ton of rubbish ‘yeah this would make a great brandable poker domain $50,000’ please don’t waste my time.

    Thanks.

  2. Elliot

    Can you list as a seller / buyer?

    If so as a buyer I’m looking for reseller priced cvcv com

    As a seller I’m selling the following vcvc package for $2k

    *edited*

    Any deals via escrow.com with fees split 50/50

    PS Great idea!

  3. For Paul K:

    1-2 word product domains:

    ARTISTPENS.COM 500
    AUTOGRAPHEDPRINTS.COM 3000
    BASSINETPAD.COM 500
    CORKMAT.COM 1000
    COTTONGOWNS.COM 2000
    CURLYEXTENSIONS.COM 800
    GALLONJARS.COM 700
    GIFTKARD.COM 9000
    GINGERHONEY.COM 500
    LATESTPC.COM 5000
    LATESTPCS.COM 5000
    MULSH.COM 1000
    MATERNITYPJ.COM 1000
    MOHAIRBEARS.COM 600
    ONYXGEMS.COM 2000
    QUALIBANK.COM 4000
    SAKISET.COM 800
    SANDWICHTRAY.COM 2000
    TARTANJACKET.COM 1500
    TARTANSASH.COM 1500
    TARTANVEST.COM 1500
    THERMOPANTS.COM 4000
    TNHOUSES.COM 8000
    VALENTINECAKE.COM 600
    WHITEGLOSS.COM 2000
    ZIPFLEECE.COM 1000

    wcfraser@sympatico.ca

  4. This is what I am looking to buy:

    – US City RealEstate.com (ie ChicagoRealEstate.com)
    – No hyphens
    – population of 30,000 or greater
    – home values of $350,000 or greater according to Trulia or Zillow
    – 10 years of age or older

    • Seems like this is another post to generate traffic. Most domain investors want a great deal. The lower tier investors wants to make domain sales.

      It would be shocking to see a person actually list a GEO real estate name that is 10 years old and with above 30,000 people.

      It’s easy to find a GEO real estate name. However, can you get the price you want? GrandJunctionRealEstate.com is for sale. Just type in the address. GJCo is Western Colorado’s largest city (58,000 pop). Since a real estate company is selling this domain, you probably won’t get a good price.

      Adding the $350,000 average home price in the mix makes your request complicated. GJCo homes are only $160,000. What GEO city has greater than 30,000 pop, is a 10 year old domain, and with a $350,000 average home price?

      NapaRealEstate dot com falls into that request. Who is going to sell their 10-year old GEO real estate domain with high home prices and with a population greater than 30,000. Let us know when that happens. Zillow is a good tool to find these average home prices above 350,000.

      You mentioned that any domain before 2004 is worth buying. WIll the owner want to sell the domain at your price?

      This post, like others about listing domains for sale or making requests, seem like traffic generators.The most comments come from these types of posts. You probably know the type of GEO real estate domains you want. It is easy to research these domain names. Most are developed real estate agent websites.

    • I own several and have sold several. Obviously people are willing to sell them.

      And yeah, I write blog posts for traffic. This is a business and traffic is what gets advertisers to continue paying, which in turn gets me to deal with annoying people like you once in a while. If you don’t like posts like these you don’t have to visit or comment.

    • Hello Elliot,

      Re: US Real Estate:

      Hello,
      I have
      usaandcanadarealty.com

      plus a few International realty.
      e.g.
      cannesrealty.com
      euandukrealty.com

      $5250 each

      many thanks,

    • Glad to see you haven’t changed your approach in the last three years. Always quick to pull the trigger and fire off like your the Domain King.

      I forget; Rick is the Domain King. Sometimes I enjoy reading your domain blog, and then there are times when I question how anyone learns to buy and sell domain names here.

      I give you credit though, as you come up with daily material to inform your readers. It is not that hard to do, but it can get boring with seeing people list their domains and not seeing anyone get results.

      There are a few of your readers that haven’t learned what is considered good domain name yet. I don’t blame them because they are learning from one of the best domain investors. I would rather be annoying than to think someone visiting your blog will buy one of your $25K names and or list something you like.

      How many times has a domain investor listed a name you like on this blog after you produced an article about listing your domain names? Lets go back 3 years and see how many names you wanted? Not many, if any at all.

      I know how to locate good names without trying. There are many good names in auctions that people overlook. From time to time, I check out your blog to see what is going on in the domain world.

      Traffic does translate into revenue. You know that best. Sponsors will pay to get good leads. It’s not your fault that not all domain investors learn the domain game. You do your best to inform them. It is up to them to apply the knowledge.

      Keep up the good work. At least some people are learning a lot.

  5. @ Paul K.

    AlternativeAutos.com
    ArthritisSpray.com
    BagelTruck.com
    BurritoVan.com
    CertifiedHybrid.com
    DiningCarts.com
    EyeRinse.com
    FaceMist.com
    FaceSpray.com
    HerbConditioner.com
    HerbShampoo.com
    HerbToothpaste.com
    JuiceCart.com
    LipBalmer.com
    MediaBlocker.com
    MobilePaywall.com
    OrganicRinse.com
    RollonWax.com
    SmoothieCart.com
    SkinMist.com
    TintingKit.com
    VitaminCMoisturizer.com

    obcgary at the gmail

    thanks for the opportunity mr E.

  6. DOT COM 5-7 letter brandable domains:

    jooto
    oompo
    woggu
    fuzey
    puggo
    kwadu
    duido
    zitii
    Evyra
    Bebbu
    Oorkle
    Evaid
    Esella
    Glebo
    Downldr
    Fuabu
    Estrell

    4 letter, pronounceable DOT COM (unless stated otherwise)

    IJYI
    Croe
    QaQy
    Iziz.net
    Unpy
    EIFA

    3 letter NET:
    QJO
    KPJ

    .ME:
    Jel

    NNNN COM:
    7581

    CCC COM:

    f0y
    4wq
    c0e
    y5s
    jh0

    E-mail offers: will at exquisitedomainnames com

  7. Paul K-

    All under $300

    BackoePrices.com
    BuyBugs.com
    BuyFlagstone.com
    CellPhonePens.com
    CoffinSupplier.com
    DefensiveClasses.com
    DerbyKits.com
    EquipmentWasher.com
    EscrowRates.com
    GymnasticsOutfit.com
    MetalCookware.com
    OvenCookers.com
    PianoShippers.com
    ScrappingParties.com
    ScrubsSupply.com
    TaxidermyClasses.com

    Let me know if you’re interested. Dcullum(at)namesharp (dot) com

  8. Wanted to buy…

    Havana or Cuba keyword domains or domains directly related to Cuba.

    Domain must be registered in 2004 OR EARLIER and must be .com.

    Thanks.

    rob at havanajournal.com

  9. One word .com domains , must be english, must be a word you’ve spoken or written once in your lifetime besides the day that you registered the domain. Please no scrabble or “Words with Friends” words that got you 129 points. Prices please.

  10. Great idea; thanks Elliot.

    Anthony, Larry, Paul K, Adam:

    Because I don’t want to take up an inordinate amount of Elliot’s space listing all of those which meet your various requests, click on my name to review most of my availables; or send me an e-mail at steve morsa at cs.com for a file of all of them.

  11. I have following names for sale.

    NMYD.com $249

    Product based: (Each name: $299)

    likewordle.com
    wordling.net
    mediaawareness.net
    VictoriaWeek.com
    Updation.com
    TechieWebs.com
    SmartphoneVideos.com
    MobilesCart.com
    PhoneCarts.com
    PhonesCart.com
    AmsterdamFlower.com
    BerlinBeaches.com
    DublinBeaches.com
    NewBeachHotels.com
    Germinability.com
    AmsterdamFlowershop.com
    CarpetIstanbul.com
    SpainGarments.com
    JobMerchants.com
    MotelsIndia.com
    OpenForSale.net
    Boatcart.com
    BettingSniper.com
    BloodInjury.com
    Geophilic.com
    Histotropic.com
    Astronomist.net
    Capitalizable.net
    Germinability.net
    Fluorogenic.com
    DomainVilla.net
    WeMakeDomain.com
    AllDropped.com

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