I missed this post yesterday as I just got back from four days of volunteer trail building in the Maroon Bells Wilderness area outside of Aspen, with a couple pictures below. It’s hard work, but the scenery is amazing.
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.
HarvestProperties.com sold for $12,500 at DomainMarket, and the domain was an upgrade from the .net for the California-based real estate firm. They describe themselves as, “a vertically-integrated, full-service commercial real estate investment firm that specializes in the acquisition, repositioning, development and management of commercial property, primarily through joint-venture investments throughout Northern California. “
ü.com (IDN) sold for $7,500 at Sedo, and the owner is Hüseyin Ülkü, with an address in Germany. I can’t entirely follow the site, but it appears to be a tire brand or tire seller.
Dolares.com sold for $5,200 at RightOfTheDot/ NameJet, and with a quick glance of the Spanish language site, it appears to be an informational site that isn’t too robust.
HouseAlarms.com sold for $5,000 at RightOfTheDot/ NameJet, and per Whois, the owner is domainer Christian Calvin, who we have discussed previously as the seller of Mortgage.info and Convict.com. You get exactly what you expect at this site, with product costs ranging from about $3.00 to over $1,500.
ChefSache.com sold for $2,725 at Sedo, and domain was an upgrade from Chef-Sache.ch, which is in the catering and restaurant supply business.