A big domain sale to a big company is among Sedo’s highlights this past week.
Earlier this month Mike Mann posted on his Facebook page that he sold the domain ThrillOfTheGrill.com for a sizzling $30,000.
Now the sale through partner Sedo has gone through and we know who the buyer is: Home Depot.
Here are other sales to end users that Sedo reported this week:
Leap Legal Software bought Leap.co.uk for $5,000.
J2 Global, parent company of eFax.com, bought eFax.gr for $1,200.
Amira Foods in India bought Amira.net for $4,500.
Association for Computing Machinery paid $1,200 for AppCollege.com
The owner of PicTourist.me bought the matching .com PicTourist.com for $1,000.
The Roanoke Times bought SWVARent.com, which presumably means “Southwest Virginia Rent”, for $1,000.
Internet development company Advanced Video Communications bought CloudHome.com for $4,869.
The United Nations’ Development Programme bought PNUD.org for $1,749.
RealTech Solutions Limited went global with RealTechSolutions.com for $3,000. Its web address is RealTechSolutions.co.uk.
Talk about a nice upgrade. Game developer Refract Studios owns RefractStudios.com but bought Refract.com for $1,700.
New York City automotive repair shop NYC Tire and Auto Care paid $795 for NYCAutoParts.com.
BC The Mag, a publication for Bergen County in New Jersey, bought NJDining.com for $3,500.