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1) Business.com - $345 Million

The $7.5 million spent on purchasing business.com in 1999 lands it on the list of the largest domain name sales in history. But at the time, no one could have imagined that this domain would be worth 47 times more in a period of just 8 years.

http://ronniegibson.com/entries/blog/highest-domain-sales-ever

Some Basics To Know About Domain Flipping

The profits from flipping domain names can be rather lucrative, especially if the domain name already has a website created along with the name. Learn more inside my article.

There are two different ways to flip domains. The first is purchasing a domain name and then reselling it without a website. The second involves buying a domain, building and website and selling and marketing the website for a profit.

The profits from flipping domain names can be rather lucrative, especially if the domain name already has a website created along with the name. With this type of domain name flipping,... (More)

I try to be diligent about setting a β€œreal” minimum offer I would consider. Depending on circumstances, I may consider selling a domain name in that ballpark. For instance, if I have a sales dry spell right after paying taxes, I might consider selling closer to the minimum than if I have been killing it.
https://elink.io/p/domaintip-92f8d9c
I have been brokering names for many years, not at the level that a Rosener or Evanson does, but for some clients that I have known for many years.

One such client just deals in .tv and I have brokered some names for him in the $10k to $20k range. Most of these transaction were me also knowing someone on the buy side and it was an easy match.
https://tldinvestors.com/2021/02/tv-domain-name-sale.html