The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the last few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
Vroom.com sold for $75,000 at DomainNameSales, and the domain is developed into a used car site, “VROOM is a whole new way to buy and sell a car. Free delivery NATIONWIDE. 7-day test drive. No dealerships or sales people.”
LuxuryVilla.com sold for $70,000 at DomainNameSales, and the domain is developed into a luxury villa rental site, with locations currently including Italy, Croatia, Jamaica, and Puerto Rico.
Senator.com sold for $70,000 at DomainNameSales, and the owner is SENATOR GmbH & Co. “We have been engaged in promotion business since 1920 and we love what we do! One of the most important categories in the promotional product market is writing instruments and we are proud to be one of the leading suppliers in this market.” The company has a variety of senator domains, including SenatorPen.com, Senator.info, SenatorGlobal.com, and more.
Shijie.com sold for $65,000 at DomainNameSales, and according to Google Translate, “Currently, the World Network (shijie.com) has become China’s largest and most comprehensive study, immigration information and interactive platform.“
Bunion.com sold for $60,000 at DomainNameSales, and the domain redirects to FootSurgeryCenterNYC.com, which is the home of foot doctor Stuart Mogul.
EZPR.com sold for $14,500 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from the hyphenated EZ-PR.com. “EZPR is a results-focused media relations firm in New York and San Francisco.”
0328.com sold for $12,000 at DomainsNext, and I can’t really tell what is happening on this Chinese-language site. Per Google translate, the footer of the site states “Macau Galaxy Entertainment Group – Asia’s first live casino“.
Nameplates.com sold for $9,669 at NameJet, and the owner is DHARSHINEE NAIDU, who owns over 40,000 domains, according to Whois. The domain redirects to WN.com/nameplates, which also happens to be owned by the same individual/company. The video at that link is entitled “How to make nameplates”.