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I like the saw.com appraisal service because they seem to have a handle on the domaining industry.

I punched in a few of my domains and the above had the highest value in USD


Post a pic your highest .ca or .com

Appraisals - Saw
 
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Not so accurate on .ca's but very unusual to show a range like in the pure example.


PS. The two domains I listed will be held in my portfolio until an LLC company or similar wants them and will not be sold for less than 1.25 million each.

I figure they should sell at minimum 10% value to the .com
 
Like 3/4 of the domains I tried testing came back saying they were still avalable for registration:

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Too many domains to check them all manually. Spot checked some:

Top .com: Vernon = $1.192M
Top .ca: Bureau = $88K

Many in the $20K-$25K range.

Would be nice if these sites had a bulk feature.
 
I only went through a couple. I agree without a bulk appraisal tool it’s a bit tough to check them all.

Mine were all in the 20-25K range.

I only checked .CA’s.
 
Too many domains to check them all manually. Spot checked some:

Top .com: Vernon = $1.192M
Top .ca: Bureau = $88K

Many in the $20K-$25K range.

Would be nice if these sites had a bulk feature.
I was randomly checking domains while watching some TV last night. Found a couple that showed ">$100,000" for a .ca. They are nice domains, but not necessarily ones that I'd expect six-figs for - while the ones I would expect six-figs for where much less. As always, to be taken with a grain of salt.

In any case, the interesting point I meant to make here was that apparently Saw tops out at $100,000 for .CA domains and just says "greater than" for above that. You can see what I mean by checking "whales".
 
I was randomly checking domains while watching some TV last night. Found a couple that showed ">$100,000" for a .ca. They are nice domains, but not necessarily ones that I'd expect six-figs for - while the ones I would expect six-figs for where much less. As always, to be taken with a grain of salt.

In any case, the interesting point I meant to make here was that apparently Saw tops out at $100,000 for .CA domains and just says "greater than" for above that. You can see what I mean by checking "whales".

The only one of mine I punched in that came up to that

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I have a number of more valuable domains that appraise at much less.
Pure.ca comes out at 25k and I consider that one of my best .ca domains and I value it way above holidays.ca
 
insurance.ca is >100K USD too. Owned by TD Bank and redirects to TDInsurance.com.
 
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Not so accurate on .ca's but very unusual to show a range like in the pure example.


PS. The two domains I listed will be held in my portfolio until an LLC company or similar wants them and will not be sold for less than 1.25 million each.

I figure they should sell at minimum 10% value to the .com

I'll trade you PumpkinPatch straight up for Red and Pure. As per the Saw valuations, I think you'll find this is a very generous offer to you. Lol.
 
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