Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): Realest.com, Authenticating.com, More

Jul 29 2017

The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.

Realest.com sold for $4,300 via RightOfTheDot/NameJet, and the domain is the home of a northwest Indiana residential realtor group. They appear to be associated with FearlessAgents.com, and the domain might be an upgrade from RealestValues.com.

Realest

Pilum.com sold for $3,575 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from PilumDefense.com. “Pilum Defense Agency LLC provides you with unparalleled service in criminal and civil investigations, mitigation, surveillance, asset research, and more…”

Pilum

Authenticating.com sold for $2,611 at NameJet, and the Beverly Hills-based company describes itself as a company that, “provides Authenticating as a Service to peer-to-peer exchanges, two sided marketplaces, social networks and other transactional apps, sites and service providers worldwide. “ They provide a “basic” service at $1 per subject and “premium” service at $2.50 per subject.

Authenticating

KulturGut.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from the .de, which is where the .com is redirected. The company is “an exclusive partner of the Bavarian Palace Department, KulturGut develops products that reflect this inimitable world of Bavarian themes. These products can be discovered in the special setting of the official museum shops run by of the Bavarian Palace Department.”

Kulturgut

DeutzParts.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and the owner is Deutz Ag, and the domain redirects to Deutz.com. “DEUTZ is synonymous with pioneering spirit, passion and innovation culture. As an independent provider of diesel and gas engines in the power range from 25 to 620 KW, we are developing the technologies today for the demands of tomorrow.”

Deutzparts

Logomat.com sold for $2,415 at NameJet, and it looks like they may be rebranding from “Supply Squadron” and “Coinforce”. They sell any product where your logo can be placed, from backpacks to carabiners to wristbands.

Logomat

AllPointsRewards.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and the domain redirects to OutsiteNetworks.com, where they may be developing a new rewards brand. “After 18 years and over six billion transactions processed, Outsite Networks continues to define brand transactional engagement in C-Store loyalty.”

Allpointsrewards

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