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October 15, 2017

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Larry Fischer Lands a 7-Figure Blockbuster! Latest Chart Topper Ranks Among Year's 5 Biggest Sales 

I was away taking some vacation days last week so I have two weeks worth of sales data for you this time out. A lot of good things happened in the aftermarket while I away was including a blockbuster 7-figure sale I just confirmed today. In that one veteran domain investor/broker Larry Fischer (GetYourDomain.com) closed a $1,200,000 sale of MyWorld.com for seller Anything.com. That is one of the five biggest sales reported so far this year and the fifth to break the seven-figure barrier. That is not new territory for Larry, an industry pioneer who has been involved in an extraordinarily large number of high end transactions. The vast majority of those have never been made public due to non-disclosure agreements.

In another nice sale, Kate Buckley at Buckley Media Group (representing the seller) and Amber Burke at Flippa.com (representing the buyer) worked together to complete a $225,000 deal for Agenda.com. That ranks among the 20 biggest sales so far in 2017. Kate now has three of the year's 20 highest sales to date.

By Ron Jackson

The week's biggest five-figure sales share both a keyword (actually a key number in this case) as well as the #3 position on the Big Board. Clark Siegelin at DomainProducts.com sold Wealth365.com for $60,000 while NameJet banked the same amount for the week's top ccTLD sale - 365.tv. Clark holds one of the world's biggest collections of prime "keywords+365" domains (numbers like 360, 247 and 24 are also popular with .com investors who have used  this kind of  pattern to rack up sales). Siegelin (who used Sedo's escrow service for this sale) said this was the highest price paid to date for a keyword+365 domain.

Another NameJet sale - Everex.com at $50,205 rounded out the first five. After that three-letter .coms took center stage with nine names filling over half of the remaining slots. NameJet racked up all nine of those with a group led by #6 BEF.com at $39,000. That run helped the .coms sweep 15 of the 20 chart entries.

The remaining five spots on the leader board all went to country code domains - a group that is continuing to have a very solid year. Nidoma.com and GritBrokerage.com each accounted for two of those charted ccTLD sales. Nidoma scored with #13 Park.it ($29,090) and #16 Take.it ($23,801) while Grit rang up $25,000 for #14 Sequence.co and $22,500 for #19 Urban.co.

That left no room for the non .com gTLDs this week though the category did have two five-figure sales that are included in the more than two dozen additional sales in that range that are listed after the Top 20 Chart below.

Here is how the sales leaders stacked up for the two weeks ending Sunday, October 8, 2017:

HealthInsurance Services, Inc
eHealthInsurance Services, Inc
eHealthInsurance Services, Inc

The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Sept. 25, 2017 - Sun. Oct. 8, 2017
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Oct. 11, 2017)


Sold For

Where Sold
1. MyWorld.com $1,200,000 GetYourDomain
2. Agenda.com $225,000 Buckley Media Group/
Wealth365.com $60,000 DomainProducts/
365.tv $60,000 NameJet
5. Everex.com $50,205 NameJet
6. BEF.com $39,000 NameJet
7. LAA.com $36,716 NameJet
8. LXL.com $35,500 NameJet
9. MGP.com $32,600 NameJet
10. Gigawatt.com $30,000 Sedo

11. Buda.com €25,000 = $29,750 Sedo
12. HSV.com $29,200 NameJet
13. Park.it €24,445 = $29,090 Nidoma
14. EZR.com $25,900 NameJet
15. Sequence.co $25,000 GritBrokerage
16. Take.it €20,001 = $23,801 Nidoma
17. JLZ.com