The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past year that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
InfoSea.com sold for $11,130 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from InfoSea.fr. Per Google Translate, “Since 1992, we have been designing, implementing and maintaining high-performance, cost-effective and scalable technological solutions for our TPE and SME clients.“
Klarstein.es sold for $10,022 at Sedo, and it appears the owner of the .com picked up the ccTLD. The home appliance company also owns the .de, .co.uk, and .it extensions. They describe themselves as, “your online shop for high-quality modern living products designed in Berlin.“
aMoment.com sold for $4,995 at Sedo, and a nutrition supplement site is under development. “The first of its kind. A Complete™ supplement for vegetarians and vegans.”
Digitalex.com sold for $4,280 at Sedo, and a digital marketing company based in Dubai is under development. “Digitalex is a data-driven digital marketing company, providing media buying and planning across all digital channels for the world’s leading brands, agencies and advertisers.“
PropertyIncome.com sold for $2,897 at Sedo, and a new real estate investment company is under development. “Property Income Trust is aiming to make real estate investing affordable and accessible for everyone.” They appear to be tapping into the new(ish) crowdfunding rules/regs for real estate.
LumeWorks.com sold for $2,780 at Sedo, and a team development platform is in the works. “One platform to easily assess, develop, and engage your frontline teams – so you can make the most of the resources you already have and drive revenue to its highest level yet.”