End user sales report, Friday edition
Friday, July 20th, 2012
19 end user domain name sales.
I’m back in Austin after attending HostingCon (more on that later), so here’s the belated end user domain sales report for this week.
In case you missed it, I visited both Afternic’s and Sedo’s offices this week.
Washington Jesuit Academy bought edSolutions.org for $1,000.
Actress casting company BubbleGum Casting bought AmateurModeling.com for $2,488 and ModelingGigs.com for $2,000.
Global Business Travel Association paid $2,250 for GlobalBusinessTravel.com.
Here’s a timely purchase, although it’s not clear if its an end user: someone bought BankruptCity.com for $2,088. Cities in California are filing for bankruptcy left and right.
TradeBusters in Australia, which owns tradebusters.com.au, went global with TradeBusters.com for $1,675.
DIY site UBuildIt.com bought URemodelIt.com for $1,000.
US Gas and Electric, Inc. returned to the aftermarket to buy a few domains. At Afternic they purchases KYgas.com for $1,488 and WashingtonElectric.com for $1,688. They also bought a domain at Sedo (see below).
Summit Title Services Corp paid $2,388 for STScorp.com.
PoliceTrades.com, which helps sell surplus police equipment, bought the singular version PoliceTrade.com for $1,200.
Central Boat Rentals, Inc., which I think owns CentralBoat.com, bought CentralBoats.com for $1,395
Acronym alert! Hope of Israel Baptist Mission bought HIBM.com for $1,800.
Lewisville, Texas card dealer Pristine Motors shortened its web address from PristineMotorsOnline.com to PristineMotors.com for $1,300.
Farm & Cottage Holidays, a vacation rental company, bought PartyHouses.com for $8,500.
Social networking site Tagged.com bought Tagged.me for $999.
The owner of Underwear.co.uk — an “underwear comparison site” — bought Wardrobes.com for $25,000.
U.S. Gas and Electric bought GreenElectric.com for $7495.
A client of Mark Monitor (read: big company) bought Today.net for $9,500. NBC owns Today.com. [Update 8/3/12: Buyer was Microsoft.]
Wilcox Investment, Inc. bought WealthGuide.com for $3,000.