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Canadian City Domain Sells for $75,000 While the Name of an Atlanta Neighborhood is Set to Close at $250,000
  

Geo domains took the spotlight this week with Penticton.com being purchased by Canada's Shaun Pilfold for 88,000 Canadian Dollars ($75,823 US) and a deal for Buckhead.com about to close at $250,000. Just before our deadline for this column, DigiPawn.com announced the purchase of Buckhead.com, but the domain transfer had not been completed yet, so we will be unable to chart the sale until next week. 

Buckhead is an upscale neighborhood in Atlanta where Digipawn President Rick Latona makes his home. Latona said, "I probably overpaid for the domain but I live in Buckhead and just had to have it. Buckhead is where the money is at in Atlanta and we have an exciting new service we are launching to monetize local traffic.  We wanted to test it in our back yard. This is probably the highest price ever paid for the name of a neighborhood within a city.

By Ron Jackson

Pilfold's acquisition of Pinticton.com gives him a matching set of British Columbia city domains. Pilfold told us, "I've now completed the set of three cities located in the Okanagan Valley area I live in that includes Kelowna, Vernon and Penticton. Owning all three makes them all more valuable I think, especially after I start development next year."

.Mobi also made big news this week with Houston's Paul Chmiel purchasing Stocks.mobi and Girls.mobi for a total of $119,000 from Holland's Hennie Groot Lipman. Both of those rank among the five biggest sales reported in any extension this week. Stocks.mobi is #2 at $70,000 while Girls.mobi is #5 at $49,000. You can read more details on those transactions at Dotmobiz.com.

.Info also enjoyed a landmark sale with Gerald Brady buying #10 CreditCard.info for $25,500 in a private transaction. That ranks among the five biggest sales in the young history of that extension.

.Com enjoyed its usual dominance of the Big Board, claiming 15 of the 20 positions. However, .net managed to put a pair of names on the second half of our new Top 20. #15 CreditCardApplications.net sold at Afternic.com for $14,000 and #20 Mint.net went for $8,155 at SnapNames.com

SnapNames and Sedo.com each placed six domains on the leader board to lead all venues. The SnapNames roster was led by #3 IAB.com at $67,250 while #4 MobileTones.com was the standard bearer for Sedo at $60,000

In other chart highlights, BuyDomains.com landed in the #7 slot with AsianGames.com at $30,000. Robert Hodderbagh earned $18,000 from the sale of #13 ScenicHomes.com through a Network Solutions Certified Offer and DNForum.com facilitated the $15,500 sale of United-Kingdom.com. Here's a look at the complete Top 20 for the week ending Sunday, March 18:

 

The DN Journal Top 20 
Reported Domain Sales - Mon. March 12, 2007 - Sun. March 18, 2007
Euro to Dollar Conversion ( to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Tue. March 20

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Penticton.com 88,000 CAD = $75,823 Pvt Sale
2. Stocks.mobi $70,000 Pvt Sale
3. IAB.com $67,250 SnapNames
4. MobileTones.com $60,000 Sedo
5. Girls.mobi $49,000 Pvt Sale
6.  LocalPhone.com $39,000 Sedo
7.  AsianGames.com $30,000 BuyDomains
8. Conn.com $29,500 Sedo
9. Salmiya.com $29,138 SnapNames
10. CreditCard.info $25,500 Pvt Sale

11. DeeJay.com $21,611 Sedo
12. MyBadCredit.com $19,900 Sedo
13. ScenicHomes.com $18,000 NSI Certified Offer
14. United-Kingdom.com $15,500 DNForum
15. CreditCardApplications.net $14,000 Afternic
16. Physiotherapie.com 8,500 = $11,315 Sedo
17. iTeam.com $10,650 SnapNames
18. DevelopersGroup.com $8,900 SnapNames
19. NoFun.com $8,780 SnapNames
20. Mint.net $8,155 SnapNames

Keep in mind that these are the highest value sales that have been reported to us in the past week. This column is meant to be an educational tool, not a complete list documenting ALL high value domain sales. Such a list is impossible to produce because many sales are kept private at the insistence of buyers, sellers or both.

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

.Com Supporting Cast

SnapNames supplemented their six chart entries with a passel of four-figure plums including Squier.com ($7,100), DragonBoatFestival.com ($6,101) and Nukez.com ($6,006). HurricaneScreen.com blew up another $5,600, Wooo.com unwrapped $5,101 and DoorStoppers.com drew $5,044.

AspenProperties.com attracted $5,001, BusinessGame.com banked $5,000 and Wasu.com went for $4,645. RettSyndrome.com sold for $4,600 and ForeignAutoRepair.com fetched $4,300 while DreamPlans.com clicked for $4,100, GoProperty.com generated $4,099 and XXXLiveCams.com revealed $4,074.

SnapNames had 30 more .com sales ranging from $2,000 to just over $3,800. You can check those out in the table below:

 Additional SnapNames Sales Between $2,000-$3,803
hurricaneimages.com $3,803   carewell.com $2,451
worldofmusic.com $3,600 insolvenz.com $2,272
dtodos.com $3,333 victoriandecor.com $2,200
freemobilephoneringtone.com $3,322 asbestosmesothelioma.com $2,188
justkicks.com $3,100 evisujeans.com $2,161
bildabear.com $3,100 panara.com $2,150
causeofbreastcancer.com $3,099 gratin.com $2,150
punat.com $3,090 doublebarrel.com $2,102
substitutesugar.com $3,088 storagestore.com $2,092
thirddegreeburn.com $3,020 Wibe.com $2,050
morriscode.com $2,611 treasureshop.com $2,050
sslencryption.com $2,555 canbus.com $2,050
accesscapital.com $2,555 topbuilder.com $2,040
intercam.com $2,548 chepotickets.com $2,008
wbnc.com $2,545 genescott.com $2,000

Back at BuyDomains, four figure sales were piling up like snowflakes in a winter storm. Doof.com found $6,812, EGFE.com kicked in $5,400 and JobRecruiters.com reeled in $5,000. FMWorld.com and MobileNumbers.com dialed up $4,488 each while Plinc.com delivered $4,000. FamilyHealthCenter.com broke a $3,975 sweat, SystemsAtWork.com rolled out $3,900 and NetworkCommunication.com connected for $3,888

WomenAtWork.com contributed $3,800 while StreamingTelevision.com and EasyOne.com commanded $3,388 each. AfricanVacation.com provided a $3,300 adventure and two others; Casada.com and YourHistory.com yielded $3,200 each. BuyDomains had another 44 .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $3,000. Those are listed in the table below:

Additional BuyDomain Sales Between $2,000-$3,000
animalhusbandry.com $3,000   cateringworld.com $2,300
studiophotography.com $2,900 pickster.com $2,288
styletto.com $2,888 justfinancial.com $2,288
phynd.com $2,888 classifiedadvertisements.com $2,288
teacherconnection.com $2,700 actorcast.com $2,288
ianimals.com $2,600 centerproject.com $2,275
theportico.com $2,500 gigacenter.com $2,250
reliablestaffing.com $2,500 solarlabs.com $2,188
mydeco.com $2,500 customerdynamics.com $2,150
jewelofindia.com $2,500 jerseyrealtors.com $2,100
hkninc.com $2,500 industrialintelligence.com $2,100
c-m-m.com $2,500 unitedbreweries.com $2,088
bodystation.com $2,500 ghainc.com $2,088
arenainteractive.com $2,500 worldwidestandards.com $2,000
tutornow.com $2,488 splashstudios.com $2,000
royalgames.com $2,488 ptproducts.com $2,000
payrollexperts.com $2,488 postcom.com $2,000
livemarkets.com $2,488 localmusicscene.com $2,000
dentart.com $2,455 gethotel.com $2,000
tribalwear.com $2,436 fusioncreative.com $2,000
churchsource.com $2,370 dhbcorp.com $2,000
cmusa.com $2,300 cfdexpress.com $2,000

BuyDomains had another 175 .com sales ranging from $1,900 all the way down to the $60 paid for Delightedly.com. At their NameMedia sister site, Afternic.com, Comprador.com coralled $6,000 while Numerate.com and BodyStation.com booked $2,500 each. RoyalGames.com racked up $2,488 and two others, Myca.com and GetHotel.com hauled in $2,000 each.

Pool.com sold FreePormMpegs.com for $4,700 and Bucknell.com for $4,300. HuntingMoon.com lit up $5,000 with LocalStar.com, Paul Levine pulled in $4,500 with his private sale of  LawyerForum.com, Enom's Club Drop drummed up $4,000 with BestHomeSex.com and TDNAM.com took in $2,175 with HardcoreMoms.com.

Global Contenders (.biz, .info, .mobi, .net & .org)

.Mobi muscled its way to the top of the new Global Contenders chart with those two blockbusters you've already seen on our all-extension leader board - Stocks.mobi and Girls.mobi. Those domains also helped .mobi dominate the Year to Date GC Sales Chart where the new mobile extension now owns four of the top six positions competing head to head with the well established .net and .org extensions. 

.Info also nosed out the older TLDs this week, claiming the #3 spot with CreditCard.info at $25,500. .Net made its first appearance with #4 CreditCardApplications.net and went on to claim 11 of the 20 chart entries, more than any other extension. .Org had an off week with only four entries and didn't show up until THMS.org arrived at #8, going for $3,000 at Afternic.

.Biz broke into the top ten with #7 Arthur.biz bagging 2,900 ($3,861) at Sedo. .Info also took another bow with WebPage.info tying for #13 after being sold for $2,000 by WhatAreDomains.com at DNForum.com. Here's how all of the GC top sellers stacked up for the week ending March 18:



Global Contenders Top 20
 Highest Reported Non .Com Global TLD  Sales 
(.Net, .Org, .Biz & .Info) Mon. March 12, 2007 - Sun. March 18, 2007
Euro to Dollar Conversion ( to $) is Based on Rates in Effect March 20

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Stocks.mobi $70,000 Pvt Sale
2.  Girls.mobi $49,000 Pvt Sale
3.  CreditCard.info $25,500 Pvt Sale
4.  CreditCardApplications.net $14,000 Afternic
5. Mint.net $8,155 SnapNames
6. Jpeg.net  $4,100 SnapNames
7. Arthur.biz 2,900 = $3,861 Sedo
8. TMHS.org $3,000 Afternic
9. AutoMarket.net $2,800 Sedo
10. Ubik.net $2,688 BuyDomains

11. CEAD.net $2,650 Sedo
12. Barato.net $2,100 Sedo
13.
tie
WhatNow.org $2,000 BuyDomains
13.
tie
WebPage.info $2,000 DNForum
13.
tie
Upturn.net $2,000 BuyDomains
13.
tie
NPSA.org $2,000 BuyDomains
17.
tie
Docunet.net $1,888 BuyDomains
17.
tie
MailCheck.net $1,888 Sedo
19. Nybil.net 1,400 = $1,864 Sedo
20. Pageant.org $1,860 Pool

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were 30 more four-figure GC sales off the chart with BuyDomains walking off with the vast majority of those - two dozen to be exact. You can check those out in the table below:

Additional BuyDomains Four Figure Global Contenders Sales 
schoolhouse.net $1,800   guidinglight.net $1,300
buildingideas.net $1,688 actioninternational.org $1,300
cstar.net $1,600 rett.net $1,288
compusol.net $1,500 mybridge.net $1,250
communicationsolutions.net $1,500 mainnet.net $1,250
outdoorcentral.net $1,488 trustme.net $1,200
inyourhands.net $1,488 roxan.net $1,200
docunet.org $1,488 cosmopolis.net $1,200
accesscapital.net $1,488 tourdates.org $1,188
insuranceagent.net $1,430 all-energy.net $1,188
charitychristmascards.org $1,400 sportscareers.net $1,000
premierhome.net $1,300 mortgageadvice.org $1,000

SnapNames sold HighChair.net ($1,500), DurhamTech.org ($1,299) and OTG.org ($1,051). Afternic weighed in with Schweiger.net ($1,500) and Feature.org ($1,500) while Dish.mobi served up another $1,500 at Sedo.

Country Codes

TJC.co.uk cruised to an easy win in the Country Code race with a 4,113 ($8,066) sale at Sedo. Then, in something we haven't seen before, there was a 10-way tie for the runner-up spot! That happened when Original Web Ventures sold a portfolio of ten two-letter .cc domains (Cocos Keeling Islands ccTLDs) for $3,000 each. 

.co.uk returned to lead the second half of the list with TradingEducation.co.uk, a name that sold for 1,254  ($2,460) at Sedo. Germany's .de's also showed up strong heading down the stretch with three of the final five entries including #16 HotelPreise.de ("hotel prices" in German) at 1,350 ($1,797).

Here's a look at the complete Country Code chart for the week ending March 18:



Country Code Top 20
 Highest Reported ccTLD  Sales: Mon. March 12, 2007 - Sun. March 18, 2007
Euro to Dollar Conversion ( to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Tue. March 20

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. TJC.co.uk 4,113 = $8,066 Sedo
2. 
tie
AE.cc $3,000 Pvt Sale
2. 
tie
BR.cc  $3,000 Pvt Sale
2. 
tie
CV.cc $3,000 Pvt Sale
2. 
tie
ES.cc $3,000 Pvt Sale
2. 
tie
IN.cc $3,000 Pvt Sale
2. 
tie
JP.cc $3,000 Pvt Sale
2. 
tie
PK.cc $3,000 Pvt Sale
2. 
tie
RU.cc $3,000 Pvt Sale
2. 
tie
UA.cc $3,000 Pvt Sale
2. 
tie
ZA.cc $3,000 Pvt Sale

12. TradingEducation.co.uk 1,254 = $2,460 Sedo
13. Videosporno.tv 1,500 = $1,997 Sedo
14. PokerForum.es 1,400 = $1,864 Sedo
15. FranchiseForSale.co.uk 940 = $1,844 Sedo
16. HotelPreise.de 1,350 = $1,797 Sedo
17. Pokies.co.uk 850 = $1,667 Sedo
18. Einrichtungsmesse.de
("interior design trade fair" in German)
1,250 = $1,664 Sedo
19. Online-frankierung.de 
("online stamp service" in German)
1,000 = $1,331 Sedo
20. eBook.ca $1,302 Pool

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were six more four-figure ccTLD sales just off the chart, with Sedo claiming all but one of those, IL.cc, a name that Original Web Ventures added to the .cc portfolio you saw on the chart as a discounted bonus at $1,000.

Sedo sold Seidl.eu and NewBook.de for 900 ($1,198 each), SpanishVillas.eu for 800 ($1,065) and a pair at $1,000 apiece; CheapHosting.us and SMS.vg (Virgin Islands ccTLD).

Now that you're up to date on what happened over the past week, check out how the leaders stand year to date in all categories by visiting our Year To Date Charts page.

*****

As always, we welcome all verifiable sales reports from companies, private sellers or individuals with knowledge of an important sale made through any channel. To contribute information and help make this column better,  just drop a note to editor@dnjournal.com.

We truly appreciate the industry leading companies who share their sales information with us to help everyone in the business get a handle on current domain values. Richard Meyer of DotCom Group, LLC also provides invaluable help in collecting data for these sales reports each week.

Every Tuesday we publish the highest reported domain name sales for the previous week. On Monday our contributors send us their sales data for the previous 7 days. We then compile that information and write this report for Tuesday night publication to give you the freshest sales report in the industry. 

Editor's Note: If you wish to review previous Domain Sales columns, they are available in our Archive.


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