Need help with domain pricing

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Hi guys,

I am new to this forum. I recently got some decent offers for a domain that I own but I am not sure if the price offered is worth it. My domain name is MORTGAGEDEALING.COM.

Please help me with the pricing. Do you have any suggestions about the worth of this domain?
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  • Profile picture of the author Meharis
    Originally Posted by domainlover View Post

    Hi guys,

    I am new to this forum. I recently got some decent offers for a domain that I own but I am not sure if the price offered is worth it. My domain name is MORTGAGEDEALING.COM.

    Please help me with the pricing. Do you have any suggestions about the worth of this domain?

    domainlover,

    Blunt and to the point.

    MORTGAGEDEALING.COM means nothing and won't be something
    anyone will typing in, for sure.

    I'll bet if you go to Valuate dot com the appraisal will be no more than $10.00.

    If you've a decent offer, take it before the buyer changes his mind or read this post...

    Meharis
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    • Profile picture of the author LastWarrior
      Originally Posted by Meharis View Post

      domainlover,

      If you've a decent offer, take it before the buyer changes his mind or read this post...
      Excellent point. The buyer could [put keyword domain here] and find this thread easily via G. Take the money and run. Cha ching!

      Good luck,

      LastWarrior
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Grable
      Domain pricing has to based on your OWN personal assessment of the value. To be sure, the buyer's assessment is important but yours really should come first. In my view the value should be based on some combination of demand and your own assessment of the earning potential of said domain.... assuming you feel there is some earning potential.

      Set the price at a point that seems fair given that you forgo all future development expenses and risk AND walk away from all future earning potential.

      Beyond that.... any advice you get is specious.

      Cheers,
      chris

      PS... don't be afraid to negotiate. In fact.... you are likely already in a negotiation whether you realized it or not.

      cag
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    • Profile picture of the author warby
      Originally Posted by Meharis View Post


      I'll bet if you go to Valuate dot com the appraisal will be no more than $10.00.

      I typed in a domain of mine I'm getting offers in the low 1,000's for and it said it was worth zero.

      So then I put in sushi.com The estimate? 1,500 dollars American.

      Sushi.com was recently listed at auction and the owner turned down $915,000. Something very wrong with valuate's math.
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      • Profile picture of the author KJ Mayes
        The bots are usually way out, as stated.

        Head over to namepros.com They have an appraisal section in the forum that may help.

        Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Gambino
    Not a domainer but I don't see the value. I'd take anything over the registration fee.
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  • Profile picture of the author shakamon
    Its a generic exact match domain. Those are rapidly loosing value these days.
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  • Profile picture of the author osamaye360
    Originally Posted by domainlover View Post

    Hi guys,

    I am new to this forum. I recently got some decent offers for a domain that I own but I am not sure if the price offered is worth it. My domain name is MORTGAGEDEALING.COM.

    Please help me with the pricing. Do you have any suggestions about the worth of this domain?
    i think your domain name is okay considering the niche and you can tell what its all about. if you have a good offer lets say 300 - 500% ROI then go for it. otherwise use a domain appraisal to check its value. google domain appraisal site. there are free and paid ones.
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