Here are 26 sales to end users on the Afternic platform last week.
Before jumping into the Afternic end user sales report, take a look at the details behind Afternic’s biggest reported sale of the week. It sold TribalWars.com for $34,910 to the company that tried to take it with a UDRP a couple years ago.
Here are other end user sales from Afternic:
Quicken Loans bought QuickenRealty.com for $1,277. It recently bought RocketLoan.com for $4,500, too.
Prosight Specialty Insurance bought the acronym PSIS.com for $5,000.
American Surgical Association bought AmericanSurgical.org for $1,900.
Affiliate network Shareasale bought StorefrontBusiness.com and RaiseRevenue.com for $1,688.
Triumph Group, based in Italy, bought TheTriumph.com for $1,500.
Acrospire Management LLC bought Acrospire.com for $2,600.
The Boston Globe bought LocalAxis.com for $1,422.
“As Seen on TV” product company Telebrands bought LightAngel.com for $3,859, ostensibly for a new product.
Real estate company Urban Collective bought UrbanCatalyst.com for $1,500.
Hsien Chang Metals Co., Ltd. in Taiwan bought TaiwanHardware.com for $2,500.
United International Business Schools bought UIMC.net for $1,194.
A company called Education Next bought EdNext.com for $1,400.
Educate School Services, which owns EducateServices.co.uk, bought EducateServices.com for $2,495.
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation, which wants to promote a Circular Economy, paid $1,000 for CircularEconomy.com.
Online education company K12 bought EducationTransformation.com for $2,000.
ATM sales company National ATM bought ATMMachines.net for $1,600. It already owns the .com.
The owner of chicagoinstitute.org bought the matching .com for $1,400. There’s not yet a site at either domain.
Lone Star Automotive made a big upgrade, going from LonestarAuto.biz to LonestarAuto.com for just $2,000.
Lighting company Aurora bought AuraLighting.com for $3,500.
Real estate developers Basser Kaufman bought NYDevelopers.com for $2,000.
Religious political site WeBelieve.com bought the matching .net for $1,545.
Lead gen company QuoteWizard.com bought SupercheapInsurance.com for $2,500.
Dependable Packaging & Displays bought DependablePackaging.com for $1,500. It had been using DependablePkg.com.
BioSan Laboratories Inc. paid $1,200 for MegaHerbs.com.
New York construction lawyer Michael Giannasca bought NYConstructionLawyer.com for $3,888.