A pair of 6-figure domain names topped the Domain Name Journal weekly chart of top reported sales for the week ending 4 August, with bestdeals.com coming out top selling for $105,000 followed by katie.com which sold for $100,000, both sold through Uniregistry. Coming in third was usu.com which sold for $90,000 through BQDN.
Uniregistry released its top sales that are not subject to
non-disclosure agreements for July, and will soon begin releasing its sales
weekly. As a result of releasing a month of sales at once Uniregistry took out
16 of the top 21 sales â there was a 5-way toe for 17th place. The
usually dominant Sedo ended up with only one sale on the chart.
On the top-level domain (TLD) side of things, .com was also
dominant, taking out 20 of the 21 positions with the remaining sale that of a
.cn domain name.
There werenât any six-figure sales for the week ending 5 May on Domain Name Journalâs chart of top reported sales, but 9j.com took out the top spot in a $60,400 sale brokered by SnapNames followed by heir.com ($55,000 through BQDN) and centric.com ($46,000 through Sedo).
On the top-level domain (TLD) side of things, there were 18
.com and one each for a .kr and a .de internationalised domain name. On the aftermarket
side of things there were 8 sales through NameJet, 6 sales through Sedo, 4
sales through SnapNames and 2 through BQDN.
Monument.com topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 28 April, selling for $90,000 in a sale through BQDN. It beat out fiona.com, which sold for $75,000 through Apex Moon, while seereisen.de (sea/lake travel) came in third selling for â¬59,500 ($66,640) in a sale brokered by Sedo in what is the largest non-.com sale to date in 2019.
There were 14 .com sales in the week with 3 for .de and one
each for .ru, .org and .info. There were 16 sales through Sedo and 2 through
Itâs the fifth Domain Name Journal chart in a row of top reported domain name sales where at least a pair of six-figure sales have topped the chart. In the week ending 16 December packet.com topped the chart in a $350,000 sale through LegalBrandMarketing followed by ore.com ($100,000) and ntd.com ($75,000), both sold through BQDN.
There were 16 .com sales in the top 21 (a tie for 20th place) and one each for .org, .de, .es, .me and .eu. On the aftermarket side of things apart from the pair of BQDN sales there were 15 through Sedo and 3 through DomainMarket.
BQDN released results of some recent sales and dominated the top of the Domain Name Journalâs top reported sales for the week ending 27 May taking out the top 5 sales, the top 3 of which hit the six-figure mark.
The biggest seller was 509.com which sold for $295,000 followed by cpu.com for $140,000 and enhance.com for $110,000.
Overall BQDN took out 6 sales on the top 20 chart and Sedo 14, one of which was brokered with DomainMarket.
On the top level domain side of things there were 17 .com and one each for .de, .at and .es.
The domain name dax.com sold for a very big $500,000 to top the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 18 March. The sale, brokered by Sedo, saw the leading aftermarket outlet take out the top 3 sales for the week with edit.com and wsb.com selling for $140,00 and $40,000 respectively.
The sale of dax.com put it at the time equal fifth in the top reported sales for the year-to-date, but it has been pushed down a spot with the sale of vacation.rentals for $500,300.
There were 15 .com sales in the top 20 with 2 for .de and one each for .com.au. .cl and .club. Sedo took out 14 of the top 20 sales while BQDN had 2.
Last week there were 5 domain name sales above the 6-figure mark on the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales with super.com coming out top in a $1.2 million sale. And in the next chart there were three 6-figure sales in the week ending 11 March, with fo.com com coming out tops in a $510,000 sale through BQDN.
Coming in second and third were jumprope.com and wjx.com selling for $200,000 and $150,000 respectively through Jakob Knightly and in a private sale.
On the TLD side of things, as usual .com dominated with 18 of the top 20 sales with solitary .co and .de domain names making up the remainder. Sedo dominated the aftermarket outlets with 13 sales while BQDN and GritBrokerage had 2 each.
A trio of short .com domain names topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 9 April, with lev.com coming first, selling for an even $200,000 through Garry Chernoff/DomainAgents. It only just topped the second biggest sale, d8.com, which sold for $196,500 selling through BQDN/Sharjil Saleem while BQDN took out third place on its own, selling w6.com for $117,000.
On the aftermarket outlets, NameJet was responsible for 13 sales and Sedo 4. On the TLD side of things, there were 18 .com sales and one each for .tv, .at and .net. The chart this week had 21 sales with a tie for 20th place.
To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 9 April in more detail, including a note on the sale of shoes.com for $9 million, including a small amount of intellectual property assets which makes it the fourth largest domain name sale ever reported, see: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2017/20170419.htm
NameJet had a hand in both of the top 2 domain sales, both six-figure .com domains. The top sale for the week ending 5 March on the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales was single.com, selling for $290,000 through RightOfTheDot/NameJet.
The second biggest sale was lows.com, which sold for a very nice $104,501 through NameJet themselves. Coming in third was 3L.com $82,000 which sold through BQDN.
With a tie for 20th place, there were 21 domains on the weekâs sales chart and NameJet had a hand in 11 of them, 3 of which they shared with RightOfTheDot. BQDN and Sedo had a hand in 4 each.
On the TLD side of things there were 19 .com sales, with .com domain names taking out the top 18 places while there was one .de and one .info domain name on the chart.
A manufacturer of ride on lawn mowers in Colorado, USA, the Walker Manufacturing Company, has snapped up the walker.com domain name for $90,000 to top the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 13 November. Currently the company is using the name to redirect to walkermowers.com.
Coming next on the chart was a trio of short domain names sold through BQDN, a Chinese domain aftermarket company. Second highest sale for the week was mzl.com, selling for $38,250, third was cjn.com ($36,000) and then 3523.com ($31,000).
Sedo had a hand in 16 of the top 22 sales (a five-way tie for 18th place) and BQDN three. There were also 16 .com domains on the chart and one each for .pt, .io, .nl, .club, .de and .com.br.