Web Sites for sale
names for sale by owner
The value of any name is determined by what a willing buyer
would offer a willing seller. We are willing sellers... feel free to make an
offer on any of our names. We will respond to all serious offers for
purchase, profit sharing or co-development.
Many of our domain names have been appraised by Solution
Home. Names with a registration number have been appraised by Solution home.
Names that are marked a s Estimated have been appraised by us using a similar
method. Solution Home's valuation model is explained in the transcript below
for information purposes.
*Note: Solution Home was merged with Domain Systems in 2001
***Transcript from solutionhome.com***
valuates domains based on marketability, length of name,
brand recognition, development value and dot.value (dot.com versus dot.net,
dot.org or any other dot.ending). Each field is given a rating of
excellent, good, fair or poor. Names are then compared to the list of
domains that solutionhome.com has in its research library of
completed domain transactions as well as tens of thousands of completed
appraisals. For example, if WallStreet.com sold for $1 million and you
have StockMarket.com, you should expect a similar return... in the same way
if Drugs.com sold for $823,000 and you have Pharmacy.com again, you should
expect a similar return.
IS SOLUTION HOME QUALIFIED?
qualifications for evaluating domain names are based on several factors:
1) thousands of hours of Internet marketing and research; 2) evaluation
and study many actual domain sales over the past several years; 3) over
300 domain name evaluations prior to setting up the domain appraisal
division; and 4) over 60,000 domain appraisals since setting up the
domain appraisal division.
Most people that
own domain names see that names like Business.com sell for $7.5 million
and automatically think that their site can sell for even half of that.
In some cases this may be true, but in reality, most of the time, it's
we use to evaluate domain names are:
- how marketable is this
2) length of name
- 5 characters, 8 characters, 16 characters?
The length of the name plays a big role in
recognition - how
recognizable is the name?
i.e. cars.com vs. cme4driving.com
value - can this
be built into an instantly
whose name describes its content
- dot.com vs dot.net, dot.org and any other dot.ending
6) The Inventory
Value is the value
of the site if the owner chooses
to hold on to it or develop it themselves. As with many stocks,
the longer someone holds on to a name, the more
eventually become (especially the dot.com's)
7) the Sales Value
is the approximate value of what this name
should sell for in the open market today.
Inc. makes no guarantees as to the salability of your domain name or
Internet business. The appraisals given are professional opinions and do
not guarantee sales at that price.