Domain Flipping Success Stories: Analyse And Learn from These Flips

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Profitable Flips On Flippa:

Sale Summary:

  • LASERSURGEON.COM sold for $2,100 on 2019-07-18 at Flippa with single BIN bid.
  • It was a reserve public auction on Flippa and was chosen as editor choice listing.
  • It was included in Flippa domains newsletter email sent on 25th June 2019. So, It was an added advantage for the sale.

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 399 USD on 2018-09-06 at NameJet
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 2100= $210
  • Total approximate Cost= = 399+210=$609 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

2100-609 = $1491

Key Takeaways:

  • Nice flip with $1491 net profit in just 10 month hold time. Flippa Editor choice and newsletter inclusion may have boosted the views and so price.
  • LaserSurgeon.com Godaddy Estimated Value is  $4,761. An exact match domain for laser surgeons in health niche. It can be sold to end users at much high price.
  • Buyer seems a domainer/investor with buying record of about $175K on flippa
  • Got at low price on NameJet. So, try your luck too.

Sale Summary:

  • DEFENCES.COM last sold for $4,500 on 2019-07-29 at Flippa
  • It was a reserve premium public auction on Flippa and was chosen as editor choice listing
  • It was included in Flippa domains newsletter email sent on 24th July 2019. So, It was an added advantage for the sale.

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 1,730 USD on 2019-03-27 at Flippa only
  • Flippa Premium listing fee = $65
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 4500= $450
  • Total approximate Cost= = 1730+65+450=$2245 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

4500-2245 = $2255

Key Takeaways:

  • Nice flip with $2255 net profit in just 4 month hold time. Flippa Editor choice and newsletter inclusion may have boosted the views and so price.
  • Defences is a single word .com domain with Godaddy Appraisal at $6,433
  • Buyer seems a domainer/investor
  • Bought and sold on Flippa only. That means, who sees your auction listing really matters. So, auction your domains when they are actively buying.
  • Defences.com was bought and sold two more times in the past. Interestingly, every time it was profitable for the seller (sold at 1,101 USD on 2011-02-13 at Sedo and at 381 USD on 2009-08-21 at NameJet)

Sale Summary:

  • KOPT.COM last sold for $700 on 2019-07-30 at Flippa
  • It was a no reserve premium public auction on Flippa
  • Namebio listing promotion done

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 395 USD on 2016-12-22 at NameJet auctions
  • Flippa Premium listing fee = $65
  • Namebio promotion= may be $35 for 7 days
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 700= $70
  • Total approximate expenses= 395+65+35+70= $565

Net Profit:

700-565 = $135

Key Takeaways:

  • Flip was profitable but was not so great.
  • Obviously, the buyer got a deal because it is a fully pronounceable 4L .com domain with GoDaddy Appraised value $5,651
  • Buyer seems a domainer/investor not at all an end user

Sale Summary:

  • DVED.COM  sold for $560 on 2019-07-18 at Flippa
  • It was a no-reserve premium public auction on Flippa and was chosen as editor choice listing.
  • It was previously listed as reserve auction and ended unsold. So, relisted as no-reserve auction

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 169 USD on 2018-12-20 at NameJet
  • Flippa premium public auction fee = $65
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 560= $56
  • Total approximate Cost= = 169+65=$234 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

560-234 = $326

Key Takeaways:

  • Good flip with $326 net profit in just seven month hold time. Flippa Editor choice was an advantage. It reached about $800 high bid when it was a reserve auction but did not sell. So, be cautious with no-reserve auctions.If there are no end user eye balls, you may get low bids.
  • dved.com Godaddy Estimated Value: $2,304.  Its an acronym for “Database Virtual Environment Development” with USA CPC of $8.03. Its a semi pronounceable four letter .com too. Now, you must have got it why it went upto $560
    DVED Direct View Encoding Desk (USPS)
  • Buyer seems a domainer/investor
  • Seller got at low price on NameJet. So, try your luck too.

Sale Summary:

  • MERCH.NET sold for $1,800 on 2019-06-19 at Flippa auctions
  • It was a no-reserve premium public auction on Flippa and was chosen as editor choice listing.

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 1,324 USD on 2019-04-03 at GoDaddy auctions
  • Flippa premium public auction fee = $65
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 1800= $180
  • Total approximate Cost= = 1324+65+180=$1564 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

1800-1564 = $231

Key Takeaways:

  • Not so profitable flip with $231 net profit spending $1324 on Godaddy auction. It seems the seller overpaid on Godaddy. But, Flippa Editor choice was an advantage.
  • Merch.net is single word .net domain with Godaddy Estimated Value: $5,776 (USD).  Merch is a short name for “merchandise”. Its a commercial keyword. May be that’s why it attracted more bids.
  • Buyer on flippa seems a domainer/investor.
  • Most Investor eyeballs are on Godaddy auctions. So, you rarely get valuable domains at cheap price on Godaddy. So, be clever while placing bids on Godaddy

Sale Summary:

  • AUZN.COM sold for $500 on 2019-06-13 at Flippa auctions
  • It was a $500 reserve public auction on Flippa. A single buyer placed $500 bid that reached the reserve.

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 175 USD on 2019-02-18 at Flippa only
  • Flippa basic listing fee= $15
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 500= $50
  • Total approximate Cost= = 175+15+50=$240 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

500-240 = $260

Key Takeaways:

  • Good flip with $260 net profit in four months spending just $175 to acquire it.
  • auzn.com seems just one of LLLL.com with Godaddy Estimated Value: $597 (USD). Its average sale price is $100. Its not fully pronounceable. So, I don’t understand what made the buyer pay $500. May be he is an end user.
  • It was a lucky sale and lucky flip. So, my advice is ” Just note the sale and don’t expect such flips happen every time”

Sale Summary:

  • IPTRACKING.COM last sold for $1,000 on 2019-05-29 at Flippa auctions
  • It was a 14 day no-reserve premium public auction and was an editor choice on Flippa

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 434 USD on 2019-05-05 at NameJet auctions
  • Flippa premium public auction listing fee= $65
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 1000= $100
  • Total approximate Cost= = 434+65+1000=$599 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

1000-599 = $401

Key Takeaways:

  • Nice quick flip with $401 net profit at just one month hold time. He spent $434 and withdrawn $1000 in the same month. Very interesting.
  • iptracking.com is a nice domain for Ip tracking services companies. Its Godaddy Estimated Value: $3,065 (USD). Its a short memorable and internet services domain.
  • You get valuable domains at much reasonable price on Namejet. So, try your luck with Namejet

Sale Summary:

  • NOTSURE.COM last sold for $1,510 on 2019-05-26 at Flippa auctions
  • The listing was a basic $15 no-reserve public auction. It received bids on the last day after it hit flippa’s ending soon domains home page. Two bidders fought until it reached $1510. I have seen the listing. The seller did not approve bids until the last moment. May be he is in fear of losing the domain at cheap price. He was lucky. It reached a profitable price.

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 455 USD on 2017-08-17 at Flippa only
  • Flippa basic public auction listing fee= $15
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 1510= $151
  • Total approximate Cost= = 455+15+151=$621 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

1510-621 = $881

Key Takeaways:

  • Nice flip with $881 net profit after holding the domain for nine months.
  • notsure.com is a short and memorable domain with Godaddy estimated Value: $5,556 (USD). “Not sure” is a frequently used phrase. may be that’s why it reached about 30% of Godaddy value.
  • The domain was bought and sold Flippa only. So, it really matters who sees your auction listings. No-reserve auctions can reach any price. They are lucrative for buyers.

Sale Summary:

  • RUUR.COM sold for $1,499 on 2019-08-07 at Flippa auctions
  • The listing was a basic $15 reserve public auction.

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 650 USD on 2013-08-22 at Sedo
  • Flippa basic public auction listing fee= $15
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 1499= $150
  • Total approximate Cost= = 650+15+150=$815 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

1499-815 = $684

Key Takeaways:

  • Good flip with $684 net profit but not at all a quick flip. Seller owned it for 6 years and got $684 profit.
  • ruur.com is a pronounceable four letter .com domain with Godaddy Estimated Value: $2,332 (USD). The buyer seems an end user for me.
  • Flippa auctions may find you end users because they come there to invest on businesses. So, I suggest give Flippa a try if you really want to sell your domains to end users.

Sale Summary:

  • SEMX.COM sold for $1,650 on 2019-05-22 at Flippa
  • The listing was a 30 day premium no-reserve public auction. It was a Flippa editor choice listing too.

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 800 USD on 2019-04-23 at NameJet
  • Flippa premium public auction listing fee= $65
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 1650= $165
  • Total approximate Cost= = 800+65+165=$1030 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

1650-1030 = $620

Key Takeaways:

  • Nice quick flip with $620 net profit in just a month of holding time. This proves domaining is powerful.
  • SEMX.com is an acronym for “Search Engine Marketing” business. SEM is a huge business. The letter “X” at the end is widely used letter. Its Godaddy estimated Value: $5,768 (USD). So, it can be sold to end users at thousands of dollars. I should say buyer has got a deal. He seems a domainer.
  • Seller has also got a deal. He earned $620 in just a month. A win-win for both seller and buyer. So, look out for this kind of gems.

Sale Summary:

  • PUBLICATIONS.NET last sold for $505 on 2019-08-07 at Flippa
  • The listing was a premium no-reserve public auction. It was a Flippa editor choice listing too.

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 395 USD on 2016-07-07 at NameJet
  • Flippa premium public auction listing fee= $65
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 505= $50.5
  • Total approximate Cost= = 395+65+50.5=$510.5 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

505-510.5 = -5.5

Key Takeaways:

  • After holding the domain for almost three years, he incurred -$5.5 loss. So, be cautious with no-reserve auctions.
  • Publications.net is single word .net domain with Godaddy Estimated Value: $5,325 (USD). Obviously, the buyer has got a deal. If sold to end user, he can make huge profit.

Sale Summary:

  • OPYK.COM last sold for $500 on 2019-07-18 at Flippa
  • The listing was a premium no-reserve public auction.

Cost Summary:

  • Bought at 269 USD on 2019-06-03 at NameJet
  • Flippa premium public auction listing fee= $65
  • Flippa Success fee= 10% of 500= $50
  • Total approximate Cost= = 269+65+50=$384 (Seller may have spent more than this. This is all we know)

Net Profit:

500-384 = $116

Key Takeaways:

  • Good flip with a net profit of $116 in just a month. Namejet to Flippa flips were mostly profitable.
  • Opyk.com is a four letter VCVC domain. Its pronounceable, memorable and nice domain. The letter “Y” is treated as vowel.  Its Godaddy appraissal is low at $571 but it does not matter much for this domain.
  • I should say it is still a good deal for both buyer and seller. Seller got profit and buyer got nice domain. He can sell it to end user at much higher price.
  • Key point to note: Based on my observation, the average sale price for pronounceable four letter .com domain

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