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  1. we live in hope

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    minicabs_co_uk ?

    its owned by giraffe(?) who i gather sold 'three' and 'taste' for big bucks, so i imagine it wont be cheap.

    i know value is relative and what not, but ball park figure? if you were selling or buying, where would you start?
     
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    As sysreg says.

    However why ask, when you seem to know where your starting from
     
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    Most buyers want to pay £1 most sellers want £1,000,000 so somewhere in between is the true figure?
     
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    I'd look on http://www.domainprices.co.uk at recent prices, and sedo's auctions for names you put in the same class/value.

    This will give you a rough market place guide, but a sellers expectations are NOT market prices, so try your luck.

    Sellers change from week to week as well, I offered a seller on here early to mid £x,xxx for an LLL, they told me they wanted mid-x,xxx, but over 5k as I recall.

    I found out a few days ago he sold it for £2,000, would have gotten an extra grand off me, so its worth trying again, after a few months if its well out of you range.
     
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    Cheers for that dude. I see you live in gods own city too. :)
     
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    This happens a lot, I think. Today I noticed a domain expiring for which I made a serious offer via telephone just a few months ago. Obviously the owner tried to play hard to get, failed to make a sale, and also forgot to write down my contact information. In my case, I'm a bit luckier because, instead of selling cheap to somebody else, he's just let the domain drop.
     
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