Weekly Brokerage Listings – 1/24

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With all of the crypto news, I am surprised that no brokers submitted a cryptocurrency related domain name! This week’s new brokerage listings are below.

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:

  • PublicRecord.com – $75,000 – Joe Uddeme, Name Experts
  • SpecialOffers.com (includes .net and .org) – $150,000 – Steve Baik, Above.com
  • Spending.com – $250,000 – Dave Evanson, Sedo
  • Tuscany.com – $275,000 – Hobi Michalec, Lumis
  • Edit.com – $190,000 – Frank Tillmans, Sedo

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