Need help to determine the value of a domain that I own. Some one wants to buy it.

6 replies
I have a domain name that is Debtfreeuniversity.com. Its 6 years old and I have a buyer that is interested in it. I was curious how to effectively determine the value of it so that I dont under sale. Any advice would be great.

Thanks,
Jason
#buy #determine #domain
  • Profile picture of the author Shane Wilson
    Hey Jason,
    The only thing I see going for this site is it's age. With no incoming links or pr I would say it won't go for much. I would say $20 per year so about $120 but I would ask him to make an offer first, it could be higher.

    Shane
    Signature

    Great alternative news site...

    http://www.beyondthehaze.com

    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[976970].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author Emmanuel ED
    I quite agree with shane, You can also check this free tool for checking your website's value and a possible price dnscoop dot com sorry I can't post links yet.
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[977021].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author Jason Zalesky
    Ok thanks. Yea I asked for him to give an offer and it was over 200 so I just wanted to make sure I wasnt under selling. Its a domain I own and havent worked yet. So it sounds like a good deal to sell. Thanks for the input.


    Jason
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[977028].message }}
    • Profile picture of the author KD Marketing
      If that's his first offer I am sure you may be able to squeeze a bit more out of him

      Just a thought.

      KD

      Originally Posted by Jason Zalesky View Post

      Ok thanks. Yea I asked for him to give an offer and it was over 200 so I just wanted to make sure I wasnt under selling. Its a domain I own and havent worked yet. So it sounds like a good deal to sell. Thanks for the input.


      Jason
      {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[977058].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author techuse
    I'd say mid $xx to low $xxx. I don't think it would go for very high prices
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[977046].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author DussaultPR
    Jason what the value is to him is what really matters. If he absolutely requires the name for his project he'll likely pay more for it than you think.

    Ask him to make an offer, and if he offers a decent amount try to negotiate the price higher. If he really wants the name he'll likely increase his offer. Regardless you won't lose him. You'll always be able to get his original offer amount if you don't drag it out to long.

    Good luck
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[977060].message }}

Trending Topics