Weekly Brokerage Listings – 1/10

The weekly brokerage listing feature is back. Each week (or so), I will connect with domain brokers to see what new domain names they have listed for sale. To be listed here, the domain name should be new to the market and have a buy it now price. A domain name may be re-listed for sale if it had a significant price reduction.

Readers are allowed to submit one domain name for sale in the comment section. The domain name must be new to the market (or subject of a major price reduction), and it must have a buy it now price and contact information. That’s it. Submissions that don’t meet these simple requirements will probably deleted. I also ask people not to comment on listings or they will be deleted. Buyers and sellers should connect privately to discuss.

Always use an escrow service when transacting, whether it is with a domain broker or another party. In addition, it is imperative that you perform due diligence before buying a domain name here or elsewhere to verify ownership and understand trademark/intellectual property issues. I do not verify accuracy of listings or ownership (brokers or commenters), and I do not get involved in any third party deals. Readers and commenters are solely responsible for their transactions.

Domain broker submitted listings:

  • Studying.com – $35,000 – Hobi Michalec, Lumis
  • Marilyn.com – $120,000 – Amanda Waltz, BrandIT
  • ZK.com – $1,200,000 – Drew Rosener, Media Options
  • Dabble.com – $275,000 – Chris Zuiker, Media Options
  • Outside.com – $140,000 – Tess Diaz, Media Options
  • RippleWallet.com – $25,000 – Brian Kleiner, GoDaddy
  • IZ.com – $750,000 – Tessa Holcomb, BrandIT
  • Portfolios.com – $190,000 – Dave Evanson, Sedo

Important Notice: The Publisher makes information of third parties available, including but not limited to user comments, user’s sale listings, and other data (the “Third Party Content”). The Third Party Content is not created or endorsed by the Publisher.  Third Party Content is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute a recommendation or solicitation to purchase or sell any Domain Name. User acknowledges that the Third Party Content is not from the Publisher and that no guarantees are made by the Publisher as to its accuracy, completeness, timeliness. User agrees not to hold the Publisher liable for any transaction User may make based on User’s reliance on or use of any Third Party Content for any reason. 

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


  1. Thanks Elliot for this opportunity. Cajunsoup.com is available for BIN at Godaddy Premium Listings for $1188.00.

    Best regards,

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