Miami’s airport and a Boston sports network among end user domain name buyers.
Afternic released a double report of domain sales this week covering the past two weeks. Here are 33 end user domain name sales from the list.
Environmental company Summerhill Group bought Summerhill.com for $12,500.
Clearwater Seafoods in Nova Scotia bought ClearwaterLobster.com for $1,088.
Energise Health Management in Sydney, Australia, which offers tennis fitness conditioning, bought TennisFitness.com for $2,000. It owns the .com.au version already.
Institute and Faculty of Actuaries bought IFOA.com for $8,170 and IFOA.net for $1,080. It may have also bought IFOA.org on Sedo, but that domain is still pending transfer.
Dash Financial in Chicago bought DASHOS.com for $1,500.
Miami-Dade Airport bought OURMIA.com for $3,900. Its web site is Miami-Airport.com.
Docmate, a service that helps people find local doctors that accept their insurance, bought Docmate.com for $2,250. It had been using Docmate.co, which now forwards to the .com.
Software defined storage company SwiftStack bought GetSwift.com for $3,390.
The owner of MusicalSolutions.com bought the matching .net for $1,288.
PCL Constructors Inc. in Edmonton already owns PCL.com. It added PCLEnergy.com for $1,095.
Arton Capital in Montreal paid $1,500 for Arton.org and $2,500 for Arton.net. It does not own the .com.
News site Heavy.com bought HeavyStyle.com for $5,095.
Design Tech Homes, which builds homes in Houston, Austin, and San Antonio, bought OriginArchitects.com for $2,595. The company owns the three letter domain DTH.com.
The Grains Foundation, a food advocacy group, bought GrainsforHealth.com for $1,088 and BrainNutrition.org for $1,088. It does not own BrainNutrition.com.
Suess Electronics in Appleton, Wisconsin bought Suess.com for $4,308. It uses SuessElectronics.com for its website.
Christian organization Every Home for Christ bought PrayerBreak.com for $1,495.
Maverick Public Relations Inc., a Toronto PR firm, bought WeAreMaverick.com for $1,995.
Highland Capital Partners paid $2,295 for LeapFund.com.
New England Sports Network (NESN) picked up BostonAccess.com for $2,988.
The University of Illinois, which has for a long time planned to open a “Nerd Dome” as a virtual world for application development, bought NerdDome.com for $1,995. It has owned NerdDome.co for a long time, but it looks like an abandoned web site.
Famwell MD, a health products company, bought Famwell.com for $1,595. It operates at FamwellMD.com.
Italian food company E. Formella & Sons, Inc shortened its domain name from FormellaGourmet.com to Formella.com for $1,000.
Traffic and criminal defense lawyer Robert Gregg in Dallas bought AutoWreck.com for $2,188.
An Intel employee bought 5-G.com for $2,788 and used Intel’s address for the registration, although technically the registrant of the domain is the employee. But it’s likely that the domain was registered on behalf of the company. Intel sells chips for 5g wifi.
Armada Supply Chain Solutions in Pittsburgh bought Armada.net for $11,000.
eMoney Advisor, LLC, which provides technical solutions to financial advisors, bought NeedAdvisor.com for $2,695.
Health care giant Novartis AG paid $1,750 for AcuteHeartFailure.com.
MyRainReport.com, which provides reports about the amount of rain at a given location, paid $1,500 for RainReport.com.
Clinical trial management company BioClinica bought StudyView.com for $1,977.
Australian commercial property advisory business Space Property Consulting went global with SpaceConsulting.com for $1,200. It has been using SpaceConsulting.com.au.
You probably know the Brunswick name from bowling, but it actually owns a number of brands including Life Fitness. It bought LifeFitnessAcademy.com for $1,895.
American Society of Anesthesiologists bought EverySecondCounts.org for $1,188.
Car key company AmazingKeys.com bought DiscountKeyless.com for $1,277.