SHANE’S BIG LIST: Tuesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on July 23rd, 2013

Jul 23 2013

I was talking to a fellow domain investor and we discussed something I think is a good point. As the US economy picks up we think we will see people that bought and sold domains when the market crashed getting back into real estate. The real estate market is heating up and money will follow profits. Those that love virtual real estate also love physical real estate. I think we both lose money out of the market to real estate and in some cases you will probably see some profits from real estate come into dot coms. It will be interesting to see how the improving economy effects domains.

“Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

HealthScreens.com Great name. No bids but starts at $100. 1999 domain.

PLCO.com No bidders at press time. $28 would be a good price for this LLLL.com

Loce.com Last name and a CVCV.com. As an owner of a lot of CVCVs I am happy to see the high price

DebtShield.com I already have a debt shield. It’s called paying my bills

WatchPreviews.com Not going to make you a million dollars but a pretty easy buildout and flip IMO. NO bidders

8416.com Would not be surprised to see this one hit $3K

YDBB.com Under $50 would be a good deal.

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I didn’t find anything at Namejet today worth listing. You’re on your own. I’ll leave this joke instead

What did the 0 say to the 8?
Nice belt!

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1 comment

  1. Michael

    Saw that joke on reddit, that was an awesome thread. Saw this one too…..

    What did the letter O say to the letter Q?
    Can you please put that thing back in your pants!

    bwahahaa

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