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Three new #domain sales: Palace.com, Knife.com, Doors.com all go to end-users


Domain investor, broker, and Phenom.com founder, James Booth.

Three new generic domain sales have been reported in the past 24 hours, all to end-user buyers.

Such sales indicate that the amounts involved are quite substantial, which is always great for the domain industry, and the value of domains.

Domain broker phenom, James Booth, announced the sale of Palace.com, a 1993 registration.

The British domainer didn’t sell the domain to royalty, however. The buyer is a casino, according to James, and a quick search indicates it might be Palace Casino & Resort in Biloxi.

That’s a great jackpot for James Booth, who recently co-brokered BTI.com with Uniregistry for $100,000 dollars.

Moving on to the reported brokered sale of Doors.com and Knife.com.

The domains were brokered by Brian Harbin of Grit Brokerage, who in both cases represented the sellers, and the domains were acquired by end users. Knife.com forwards to knife manufacturers, Cold Steel.

Said Brian Harbin:

In our efforts, we reached out to dozens and dozens of companies for each and cold called many prospects. It required a lot of educating buyers on the value of owning and utilizing a premium domain name related to their business, but we persisted and negotiated in order to make it a win-win for all parties involved.

Congratulations to all the parties involved!

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