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LL .com domains for $600,000 a pop?

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Domain broker, James Booth.

It’s not a secret that two letter .com domains are the pièce de résistance of Chinese domain investors.

George Kirikos recently ran some interesting domain stats on the percentage of LL .com domains with a registrant in China.

Unlike their lesser cousins, LL .com domains retail in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, often in the seven figure range USD.

It seems that there is a stash of two letter .com domains that are being brokered currently for roughly $600k each.

James Booth, brother of popular domain investor, Andy Booth, is the broker of the following two letter .com domains:

  • OF.com – seeking $600,000 USD
  • OI.com – seeking $650,000 USD
  • UZ.com – seeking $650,000 USD

For more information, contact James Booth.


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10 Responses to “LL .com domains for $600,000 a pop?”
  1. Mike says:

    Chinese non-premium LL.com names for $650k?
    Wow!

    How much is a floor price for premium names then?
    Close to 7-fig?

  2. Jeff Gabriel says:

    Mr. Booth,

    We are the representative of the owner of ZV.com. We have never authorized you to sell this domain at that price, nor is the list price 650,000 USD. It is considerably more. Could you please remove this listing? Must be a typo of some sort.

    If you could call me that would be great.

    Thank you.

    Jeffrey M. Gabriel
    Vice President of Sales DomainNameSales.com.
    1-800-818-1828 x6261

  3. Peter says:

    It would be a great buy if the letters are premium.

  4. DomainGang says:

    Jeff – I believe James is in an Asian timezone currently so it might take a while to respond.

    Peter – OF/OI not premium letters? Sorry, all the QJXZ are taken 😛

  5. Peter says:

    @DomainGang – yes, OIUV are all non-premium lettets in 2015 domaining market. Western premium letters are old-fashioned 😉

  6. it’s funny how most domainers are totally hung up in the pinyin “Chinese premium letters” nowadays. Western domainers will pay more for QXYZ.com than Blip.com in an auction. Ergh… There’s a whole world out there besides China you know?

    But hey, keep paying 4 figs for domains that were worth $40 a year ago, so the rest of us can focus on the true, rare premium ones that companies are actually paying big bucks for!

  7. Nick says:

    @Stian – You’re absolutely right!
    We have been debating the same thing many times and it seems like people have forgot who actually ends up using these LL’s for their corporate gateways. If the bulk of the end-users were Chinese companies then the pinyin argument might be more important but we’re talking about Chinese resellers who aren’t the ones paying top dollar. This blog entry is a bit odd as these LL’s are very cheap.

  8. Scott Neuman says:

    Jeff,where does it say Mr. Booth is brokering zv.com?

  9. DomainGang says:

    Scott – The domain was removed per the request of Jeff and James’s consent.

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