theinvestor said:I recently had an offer of 30K for a domain
theinvestor said:If I rejected those offers; I wasn’t going to get them again because they were mediocre domains.
Nafti said:I noticed just a few years ago (maybe 2?), ua.ca was listed for sale. I now see that it’s owned by Under Armour. Anyone here sell this one or know what Under Armour paid for it?
Esdiel said:I don't think you saw it for sale 2 years ago since Under Amour has had it forwarding to their main website since at least December 18th, 2014 (as per archive.org). And it looks like it sold via a listing on Excellent Domains (aka excellent .ca).
theinvestor said:If the first offer is 5K I would handle it differently then if the first offer is 100K. Nonetheless to answer the question I wouldn’t take less than six figures. The rest is based on my gut feeling and how the negotiations are going.
domains said:In my example, say it's a company like UA, you know it's them, you have the generic ua.ca, so what do you ask? 100k? 1 million?
Say you know it's a $5 Billion company that sells in US and Canada to consumers in stores everywhere, you have the generic .ca of their company name, they already own the .com.
What should the price range be on this domain? What would you ask, what would you reasonably hope to get?
domains said:I am more talking about if you own the exact .ca company name, or one of their main products, and it's a well known consumer company in Canada that most people know. A company that you regularly see advertise on tv, or at sporting events, etc.
For example, if you owned generics like aw.ca or tide.ca I would think the associated companies would have great interest.