You can now list domain names with prices of up to $50,000.
One of the chief complaints I’ve heard about Sedo over the years was its $10,000 price cap for pricing domain names.
You could set prices for your domain names up to $10,000. Anything higher than that required a paid appraisal or a request for an exception.
Today, Sedo announced that it has increased this cap to $50,000 effective immediately.
This makes a lot of sense, especially in light of the current market for three letter .com domain names. Most of these domains are trading between investors for more than the previous $10,000 cap but less than $50,000. Being able to list these domains at a price between these numbers without seeking an appraisal is a win for both sellers and buyers.
Of course, this cap applies to all domain names, not just three letter domains.
More than half of sales at Sedo are “buy now” sales.