Discussion in 'Sold Domains' started by Acorn Newsbot, Nov 24, 2014.
Price: 10,000 GBP
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That's a positive sign.
Good they publicised it.
Capped by Sedo's £10K appraisal limit system?
Possibly. A limit I wasn't aware of years ago when I was bidding for a domain that eventually went for an achievable £18k
When I last used Sedo (years ago) you could pay them to appraise the domain.
If they deemed it worthy of more (US$/EUR/GBP 10,000+), you could price it accordingly.
A measure to stop crap being listed for millions plus another revenue stream for them.
It was my domain.
Discussions with the buyer took an elapsed 6 months (approx) from their initial, much lower offer earlier this year. I'd no clue who the buyer was; turns out the domain is an obvious fit for their company.
Whole process has taught me to be patient. It took about a year from my first speculative enquiry to actually acquire the name from previous registrant. They weren't interested in selling it; I enquired again months later but we couldn't agree on a price, then they came back to me. Thanks to Frank too for his second opinion just before I bought it.
So it's taken me a year and a bit to sell it.
You're welcome John - I have been itching to post that it was an Acorn member who made the sale, but it wasn't my place to say it. Excellent sale all round
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