Auction Recap, 5th of December

Dec 05 2015

The Daily recap of Shane’s Auction Picks on this Friday, the 5th of December

Yesterdays 4L Chip average was $3,404.54 if you include rccc.com and $2,438.33 without it

Auction Recap Quick Overview 

84544.com At Auction 

Before the world was introduced to the drama and wonder of Storage Unit auctions through reality television, a couple friends and I decided we’d give it a shot. I learned about the whole process through a co-worker and thought “well why not”, it’s like the ultimate fleamarket. We won three auctions the first day we tried it, and found some valuable things in them.

 

One unit had silver coins stuffed in a dresser, over $600 worth, others had small collectables that were easy to sell on ebay or craigslist. It was fun looking thorough the units seeking the treasure that we had just purchased. We did make money, but…

numeric domains

What a pain in the ass that was. The units we bought had so much junk in them we had to rent a Uhaul to move it all. You only have a limited time to get the stuff out as the whole point of the auction is to open it up so the business can rent the space again. After hours of loading the truck, then driving it back to my garage, we had to unload it, sort it, throw out the junk, research sales prices, list the stuff for sale, meet people to pick it up and so on. I still have a garage full of furniture and dinnerware if anyone wants it.

 

The point is, with hard work and a plan you can make money at pretty much anything. Even if you don’t make money right away you’re gaining valuable knowledge that is worth 10x’s the price and time you pay for it. If we ever decided to buy storage unit’s at auction again, we’d probalby double our return and save half the time. Don’t be afraid of failure, come up with a plan, implement the plan and modify it as needed.

 

Domains don’t have to be transported in a uhaul, or stored in a garage, and they don’t get moldy. Learn as you go and embrace failure to become a better domainer, there’s isn’t a more valuable learning tool.

 

PokerProducts.com  I didn’t think that poker domains were doing very well but this one sure is doing fine

$1,040 (46 Bids) I agree, The DOJ hurt all things poker when they shut down the big online venues on Black Tuesday a couple years ago.

BackyardKitchens.com  No bidders.  Huge business.  Outdoor kitchens are all the rage. Trust me, I put them in

Listed as Offer Counter Offer with BIN of $1235

X8B.com  Any three character with an 8 and no 4s, zeros, vowels, or V is killing it right now

$850 Apparently the B is worth $70 more… Someone write that down

X8C.com  Another one that is great.  Or at least doing well.

$780, I knew the C would bring this one down, on average it’s worth $70 less than a b. 🙂

DNRJ.com DNJN sold for $3800 a few weeks ago. This one is about half of that right now

18 min to go, reserve not met, don’t think it’s gonna make it.

BXSS.com  The perfect Chinese combo. Double letters and an X in front.  Over under $2450

.$2,124 (37 Bids)

BJFK.com  Most bids on the board

3,383 USD, The Chinese were big fans of the former president. The buyer probably has a tribute site planned.

QPXC.com   XC for Cross Country.  Funny thing is I bought a bunch of LLLL.com with XC in them earlier in the year.  Some worked out very well

2,205 USD

 

8296.org   I don’t do number dot orgs but I recognize many people do and this is a nice number

$355, I have a couple 4n orgs that I bought a year ago, I can’t remember why, they might have backlinks.

1231.co  I also don’t do dot co but I really like the pattern here

$305, I have 1 4n co from a year ago, again no idea why, but I’m not complaining now.

528968.com  Add up to more than 19 which makes it more valuable………….and I made that up.  The two 8s are the value

CLRX.com  At $126 at press time.  Does this domain have chlamydia or something?  A CHiP under $200 with less than 24 hours. Yeah, chlamydia.

$1,525 (30 Bids) Ouch, that throws the average off…

NKKHH.com  I think this patter ABBCC.com will increase in value.  But KK is one that I don’t buy.  I don’t like it, kind of like domains with chlamydia.

$48 (9 Bids) That’s always good advice Shane, Remember to avoid domains with STD’s.

609998.com  Under $40 at press time

$156 (17 Bids) I knew those STD free 9’s would bring this one around. I thought it would go higher actually.

5811.biz   Even a 4N.biz is over $100. Registered this year

BXY.biz  They like the numerics better than the LLL.biz

$190 (31 Bids)

QUBS.com  The hipster way to spell Cubs

$575 (35 Bids) Or it could be a Pub of some sort.

And a few dot me up for auction. Dot me and tv haven’t moved with the rest of the olds. Is it time? No bids

UZK.me

No Bids $39 Starting Price

UUQ.me

No Bids $39 Starting Price

XCF.me

Data.me  Big data is big business.  Even on dot me

No Bids $39 Starting Price

KXB.me

No Bids $39 Starting Price

FXD.me

No Bids $39 Starting Price

Special Domain

Shane ONLY Coupon…….. CODE IS DDCDS2015 – Good 30% off Discount Domain Club to get the lowest renewal prices Godaddy offers (DDC)

NicotineAddict.com   Tens of millions of people are.  Big target market

$1350,  Seems like a good brand for a nicotine cessation site

CDNH.com  Chinese Premium  Flippa was a bit cheaper than Godaddy and Namejet but that changed this week. CHiPs there have actually been doing a little better

Ended without a Winner

Ended without a Winner

SSYC.com   The SS brings them in…..the C keeps them cheering

$2451, almost pronounceable, “sick”

DKKK.com  Triple repeater.  Even with the Ks its a great domain

5 Days left, great but may have Syphilis

NameJet Action

cfcp.com

Bidders:143

Time Left:2d 9h

High Bid:$1,995

urbanheritage.com

Bidders:35

Time Left:2d 9h

High Bid:$72

statisticssoftware.com

Bidders:35

Time Left:2d 9h

High Bid:$71

livestockquotes.com

Bidders:26

Time Left:2d 9h

High Bid:$69

temperaturechart.com

Bidders:4

Time Left:2d 9h

High Bid:$69

ooog.com

Bidders:89

Time Left:2d 9h

High Bid:$865

5963.net

Bidders:40

Time Left:2d 9h

High Bid:$430

tszs.com

Bidders:55

Time Left:2d 9h

High Bid:$72

pinhole.com

Bidders:138

Time Left:2d 9h

High Bid:$3,300

uald.com

Bidders:40

Time Left:2d 10h

High Bid:$79

sau.com

Bidders:211

Time Left:2d 10h

High Bid:$21,400

xyc.net

Bidders:91

Time Left:2d 10h

High Bid:$610

xyg.net

Bidders:89

Time Left:2d 10h

High Bid:$529

tpsg.com

Bidders:84

Time Left:2d 10h

High Bid:$850

ozzz.com

Bidders:67

Time Left:2d 10h

High Bid:$3,000

dngm.com

Bidders:93

Time Left:2d 10h

High Bid:$1,111

jjoo.com

Bidders:90

Time Left:2d 10h

High Bid:$7,920

litterbasket.com

Bidders:3

Time Left:2d 10h

High Bid:$69

49688.com

Bidders:71

Time Left:2d 10h

High Bid:$230

Recap Quick Overview

DomainSold PriceSold DateSold At
PokerProducts.com$1,040 (46 Bids)Closed on 2015/12/04Godaddy
X8B.com$850 (39 Bids)Closed on 2015/12/05Godaddy
X8C.com780 USD12/04/15GoDaddy
DNRJ.comEnding TodayGoDaddy
BXSS.com$2,124 (37 Bids)12/04/15GoDaddy
BJFK.com3,383 USD12/04/15GoDaddy
QPXC.com2,205 USD12/04/15GoDaddy
8296.org355 USD12/04/15GoDaddy
1231.co305 USD12/04/15GoDaddy
CLRX.com$1,525 (30 Bids)12/04/15GoDaddy
NKKHH.com$48 (9 Bids)12/04/15GoDaddy
609998.com$156 (17 Bids)12/04/15GoDaddy
BXY.biz$190 (31 Bids)12/04/15GoDaddy
QUBS.com$575 (35 Bids)12/04/15GoDaddy
UZK.mestill available
UUQ.mestill available
XCF.mestill available
KXB.mestill available
FXD.mestill available
NicotineAddict.com$1,350.0012/04/15Flippa
CDNH.comNo Winner
Data.meNo Winner
SSYC.com$2,451.0012/04/15Sedo

Yesterday Reported 4L Chip sales.

rccc.com $14,999.00 12/4/2015 NameJet
wtgw.com $3,700.00 12/4/2015 NameJet
bjfk.com $3,383.00 12/4/2015 GoDaddy
mrtt.com $3,150.00 12/4/2015 NameJet
clns.com $2,550.00 12/4/2015 NameJet
swtx.com $2,550.00 12/4/2015 Sedo
qpxc.com $2,205.00 12/4/2015 GoDaddy
bxss.com $2,124.00 12/4/2015 GoDaddy
fdzk.com $2,049.00 12/4/2015 Sedo
wnmx.com $2,000.00 12/4/2015 Sedo
fpty.com $1,900.00 12/4/2015 Sedo
Bxss.com $2,124.00 12/4/2015 GoDaddy
CLRX.com $1,525.00 12/4/2015 GoDaddy

 

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