End users ranging from a pest control company to a lender bought domain names at Sedo last week.
Sedo sold $1.7 million worth of domain names last week. It’s a higher-than-usual total, thanks in part to at least one undisclosed sale.
Here are a dozen end user domain names sales that were among the 646 domain names sold.
French financial firm MeilleurTaux bought meilleureassurance.com for 14,995 EUR.
Brand protection and intellectual property company Kallard Group bought Libor.co.uk for 4,750 GBP. It may be for a client related to the London Interbank Offered Rate.
UK communications company One Point lost a hyphen by purchasing OnePoint.co.uk for 1,500 GBP. It now forwards to One-Point.co.uk.
Building Research Establishment Ltd picked up BREEAM.com for 2,995 GBP. It uses Bre.co.uk as its web address.
Berrett Talega Corp, which runs a pest control company, bought Pest.info for 3,400 EUR.
International Student Exchange, owner of ISEUSA.com, bought the matching .org ISEUSA.org for $999.
Online advertising company Kontera paid $1,477 for BrandInsights.com.
Homesale Realty Services Group in Lancaster, Pennsylvania bought HomeSaleCenter.com for $1,000.
German electronics company TQ-Systems paid 5,752 EUR for BuildingControl.com. Perhaps this is related to electronic controls in a building.
Precious metals company Goldkontor Hamburg GmbH bought Gold.pro for $7,000.
Skiresort Service International GmbH paid $2,000 for SkiResort.tv.
Yogabox Europe Ltd bought YogaKissen.com for 980 EUR.