Rutgers University buys a .net and other end user domain name sales.
I’m now caught up on end user sales reports due to the Thanksgiving holiday. This report is for sales made by GoDaddy/Afternic two weeks ago.
It’s interesting to see three sales of $9,999, suggesting that either the buyers had a four figure price limit or the sellers faced some sort of syndication/listing/escrow limit.
AutoLeader.com $1,087 – Auto Leader care dealership in Baltimore, which uses AutoLeaderOnline.com for its web address.
GlassPartitions.com $9,999 – The owner of Officepartitions.com.
BoomTruckCrane.com $1,188 – Crane and boom truck dealer Crane Works
FireAlarmCable.com $1,499 – WesBell Electronics Inc
Pavlus.com $9,999 – Pavlus Travel in Albuquerque, which has been using PavlusTravel.com.
SafeHomes.org $1,588 – Florida Baptist Children’s Homes
ITdept.com $1,200 – Outsourced ITD company TeksInc. (This was a good buy)
PatientBilling.com $4,000 – Healthcare receivables company Mnet Financial
DeckTiles.com $9,999 – Advantage Lumber in Lakewood Ranch, Florida.
HigherEducationSolutions.com $1,000 – Edfinancial Services, LLC.
Unified.org $3,300 – United Cerebral Palsy of Central Maryland
StudentLoanLaw.com $2,399 – Lee Bankruptcy in Hurst, Texas
EscoLabs.com $1,037 – Esco, a lab products company that uses ESCOglobal.com for its web address.
SonomaBungalow.com $3,000 – California Wine Tours in Napa
Rutgers.net $2,750 – Rutgers University
RecruitingAcademy.com $1,000 – Recruiting Institute in Netherlands, which uses the EU ccTLD RecruitingInstitute.eu.