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Domain QF.net lands in the hands of prominent Qatari business group

Dot Qatar is now a reality.

Qatar in the Persian Gulf.

If you dislike the letter ‘Q’ in domains, you need to improve your research next time, particularly if a rich emir comes knocking on your virtual door.

The domain name QF.net was sold for a mere $25,000 a few days ago, and the escrow process is now complete.

QF.net ended in the hands of the Nasir Bin Abdullah & Sons (NAS) Group – one of the largest and oldest family-run businesses in the State of Qatar.

According to DomainTools, the Qatari group of companies that manages assets ranging from real estate, automotive, hospitality, engineering and food, to oil and entertainment, also holds more than 100 domain names in its digital portfolio.

The selling price of $25,000 is thus considered mediocre, compared to the size of the entity that acquired the domain QF.net; such a sale could have completed at six figures easily.

Domainers are thus advised to research the value of their domain assets, prior to proceeding with negotiations via anonymous platforms, such as Sedo or GoDaddy.

Nasir Bin Abdullah & Sons can be contacted via the Group’s web site, at www.nas-goc.com.

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2 Responses to “Domain QF.net lands in the hands of prominent Qatari business group”
  1. @Domains says:

    What do you think a good price for the domain would have been, considering the buyer? How far can you push an LL.net

    25k for an LL.net with one ‘bad’ letter didn’t seem too out of place, without knowing the extra details you provided.

  2. DomainGang says:

    “How far can you push an LL.net” – Stop thinking like a domainer, and you can push it all the way to the Qatari bank 😀

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