A great idea to close deals at previously negotiated prices.
I like it when domain name companies try new and interesting things. They don’t always work, but this industry needs more creative thinking.
The latest comes from Uniregistry. The company took some of its uncompleted sales and is offering them to the public (with permission of the seller).
The list includes domains in which the buyer and seller agreed to a price but the buyer never paid. Each domain is listed with the final agreed price.
If a buyer wants one of the domains, they should open a new inquiry at the accepted price to purchase the domain.
Uniregistry VP of Sales Jeffrey Gabriel notes that “This is not a starting point, and there will not be negotiations.”
From a buyer perspective, I like how you get to skip the negotiations and get domains at fair prices. No wasted time.
Before posting this story, I secured one of the domains on the list: SodaFountain.com. I like this name as a brandable similar to my name CandyCorn.com.
Here are some of the domains:
- SodaFountain.com (sorry, too late)
- BenefitsCard.com $4,000
- Specifications.com $8,000
- Bootstrappers.com $5,000
- Chapter11.com $25,000