Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by Mark One, Jan 12, 2010.
Interested in your thoughts on value pls.
Nice enough name but difficult one to value I'd say.
Religious names do tend to sell pretty well in the US, but I'm not so sure in the .co.uk extension.
My guess is anywhere from low £xxx to low £x,xxx depending on who you sell it to and who contacts who about the sale.
Sorry to be vague lol - one thing I would say is I don't think it's a name to sell on a domain forum if you're looking for the full value if that's any help.
It went for £6,000+ recently didn't it? Are you the buyer?
Well there you go, who'd have thought it. Good price for the seller.
That sale does not surprise me at all. This is a good domain with some good potential based on the revenue streams available from selling religious merchandise.
Nope I'm the extremely hacked off seller. Sedo canceled the auction (rightly I guess) as the buyer hadn't responded within 14 days. Feels pretty harsh as I thought they had some sort of authentication in place for bidders at that level and I'm back to square one.
Not sure whether I'm going to put it back on the market or redevelop it myself just yet so I came here for some input.
And got it
I'm wondering if the sale did actually complete or if the buyer in the auction has defaulted given it closed almost 3 weeks ago?
Last update on the Whois is still 02-October 2009, and the registrant is still "Mark... "
Over to the OP...
Beat me to it. Have Sedo contacted the original bidder to see if they'll honour the £5.8k bid?
Have you tried contacting end users? God maybe?
Sucks when someone defaults though...
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