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Sedo Sale: kxr.com (9,429 GBP)

Discussion in 'Sold Domains' started by Acorn Newsbot, Oct 14, 2014.

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  1. Acorn Newsbot

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  3. PoshTiger United Kingdom

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    I asked for price for an average unpronounceable 4 letter .com recently and a broker came back with $32,000.

    He digested my response and asked me to make an offer - I disengaged immediately though so binned his email, if he'd have come back with a reasonable response initially he might have got a sale.
     
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    They got a bargain...

    Sent from my Oneplus One
     
  5. Murray United Kingdom

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    If you look at auction sites like godaddy and namejet you can pick them up for not too much (last time I looked anyway)
     
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    I see cheap 4L.com all the time on a global domain forum i browse, many are often very poor letter combo's though.
     
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    Really?
    This works out to be $15,000. I always thought LLL.com went for around mid $x,xxx in domainer circles?

    Especially one like this with poorer letters
     
  8. scottsmith United Kingdom

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    That was a few months back before the Chinese domain investors started to buy everything in sight!
     
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