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selkirk .co.uk - what's a fair price for it? £2950?

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  1. njf United Kingdom

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    selkirk uk tld- what's a fair price for it? £2950?

    Hi,

    An end user has approached me with a view to purchasing a .co.uk - selkirk, but my question is what would be a fair price for the domain?

    I'm thinking £2950 + VAT.

    For those of you that remember Play Your Cards Right: 'What do you think? Higher, or Lower?'.

    Bruce.
     
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    If for the town rather than a company ( Selkirk Megaglobal Corp) looking population 5000ish (2001 census) so not a vast place so price about right for a sale.
     
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    If you can get 2950 + VAT then grab it.

    You have a good name, but yet again it seems I am a bit of a tight arse, I'm more like 1950 inc VAT, but then I think, its a well known place, and my mind is torn. I think it would have to be a hold, until the business link here Business in Selkirk has a few more businesses listed on it :)

    Let us know what you get for it.

    best of luck.
     
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  6. njf United Kingdom

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    Charlie - I think Rob meant any big company using the name

    Rather scared my customer off on this one...they were expecting something of the order ~£200, but the parking revenue justifies more than that. Hohum!
     
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