Here are 25 domain name sales to end users at Afternic last week.
The domain’s whois is protected by privacy. But just a couple weeks ago someone in Santa Monica bought Fab.us for $8,995. Is it the same person? What are their plans? It’s hard to say, although I’m curious if it’s connect to Fab.com. At these prices, I assume the buyer has plans and will count this as an end user sale.
Here are other end user purchases from Afternic over the past week.
Florida real estate group Team Bustamante bought GuaranteedRealEstate.com for 5,000.
The owner of Resolver.co.uk, a site that helps people lodge complaints against companies, bought Complainer.com for $11,000.
Saeilo Inc, which manufacturers the “Tommy Gun”, bought TommyGun.net for $7,800. It already owns the .com.
Parking management and transportation company Park Pros bought ParkPros.com for $1,300.
Audio bible company Faith Comes By Hearing bought DeafBible.com for $3,000.
Car title lender TitleMax bought AutoSure.com for $8,589.
Chris Gatley Company, a Missouri real estate agent, bought RentMO.com for $1,194.
Star Learning Center LLC in Houston bought StarLearningCenter.com for $1,395.
Argus Media Limited, an energy media and consulting firm, bought ArgusBioFuels.com for $1,295.
Girl Scouts in Connecticut bought GirlScoutsofCt.com for $2,595. (I’m kind of surprised by this sale.)
UK real estate firm Waellis bought LeaseExtensions.com for $2,295.
Cafeteria La Loma Inc. in Minneapolis paid $2,500 for LaLoma.net.
Software company COSMI Corporation, which counts recipe/cooking software among its titles, bought RecipeWorks.com for $3,288.
Arch Capital Group in New Jersey bought ArchCredit.com for $1,895.
Financial author and speaker Dave Ramsey bought LegacyCentral.com for $3,488.
Seminarium, a Mexico education group that owns Seminarium.com.mx, bought Seminarium.org for $2,388.
Holden Custom Products in Dallas picked up UmbrellasOnline.com for $1,500.
Systems integrator Energetica Systems Ltd. bought Energetica.net for $2,722. It already owns the matching .com.
Atlanta interiors company Holland, which sells blinds, closet organizers, etc., bought HollandInteriors.com for $1,300. It has been using HollandClosets.com.
Skagit Farmers Supply, a petroleum supplier in Washington State, bought CountryStore.net for $2,588.
NZO International, seller of “volcanic spring water”, bought NZO.net for $5,000.
Preferred Hotel Group, Inc. paid $1,750 for Yolo-Hotels.com. The version without the hyphen is owned by someone else.
A group called Informed Voter L.L.C. in Arlington, Virginia bought EngagedVoter.com for $2,188.
Art supply company Art Supply Enterprises, Inc. paid $2,000 for ArtAlternatives.com.