Sedo Sells for $220,000

SedoIn one of the largest publicly reported sales of 2011, Sedo domain brokers Ryan Colby and  Frank Aiello co-brokered for $220,000. Prior to the sale, the domain name was owned by a Georgia entity, Enterprise Solutions Holdings INC. The buyer of the domain name has not been revealed.

Once the sale is officially recorded on DN Journal later this week, it will rank as the sixth largest publicly recorded sale of the year, just a few thousand dollars behind  Including this sale, Sedo brokered three of the top six public sales this year and six of the top ten.

Congrats to Ryan and Frank on successfully brokering the domain name. I was told Ryan is also currently brokering

Elliot Silver
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