BIN domains : Logan Flatt scores another crazy ROI with sale of

If you’re looking for a great example of domain BIN pricing, look no further than Logan Flatt.

The Texan domain investor has been pricing his best domain names at the Uniregistry Market, with a “Buy It Now” price (BIN), based on his expert valuation of the domain keywords.

This approach puts end-user domain buyers in the following position: Pay this price, or move on to another domain name.

Simple as that.

But what if that domain is the only one, or the best one?

High as a kite: Logan Flatt.

In the case of, Logan Flatt’s BIN of $34,488 dollars was far from random.

Logan researched the financial keyword, and acquired the domain this past June at a SnapNames auction, investing $2,300 dollars.

In just 4 months, his return on investment is a whopping 1,399%. The Israeli buyer could have been a proxy acquisition manager, as the largest company by the name “AB Capital” is based in the Philippines.

Congratulations to Logan for scoring such an impressive domain sale with

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8 Responses to “BIN domains : Logan Flatt scores another crazy ROI with sale of”
  1. Mike Sallese says:

    Wow- great job Logan- congrats!


  2. Ricky says:

    So he paid a $4-5k commission for using the Uniregistry landing page? lol.

  3. Love the name, thanks for reporting.

  4. JZ says:

    i was in the auction but very risky at that price. sure you could probably sell it for5k if nothing else but i hate paying so much upfront when you could be holding for years before a good offer comes along.

  5. DomainGang says:

    Ricky – That’s 10% to Uniregistry for BIN priced domains. Money in his pocket, while you’re busy LOLing.

    JZ – The price is not that high for domain investors, as opposed to domain flippers. As long as you know what you’re doing, the ROI is great.

  6. Rod says:

    Congrats to Logan, awesome and smart guy. Glad to see relatively new guys doing well with domain investments!

  7. James says:

    Uniregistry market is 15 percent for bin parked domains not 10%, which is kinda steep for non broker assisted

  8. DomainGang says:

    James – No, it’s 10% as seen at the Uniregistry FAQ, scroll down all the way:

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