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Domain Name Sales History

When buying or selling a domain name, you will want to gather as much data about previous sales of the domain name of interest and similar or related domain names to make an informed decision.

Sometimes the top level domain in a different second level domain be a good indicator of the value of a domain of interest. For example, if whatever.net recently sold for $1,000 then you may immediately know that whatever.com is worth more — maybe 10 to 100 times more.

Below is an alphabetical list of tools that allow you to search for prior domain name sales.

DomainTools
Billed as “an extensive database of ‘buy-it-now’ sales, online auctions, live auctions and publicly reported direct sales dating back as far as 1997.”

DNPric.es
Billed as “the most complete database of 600,000+ [premium] domain name sales.”

DN Sale Price
Billed as “the source for domain sales history and comparable sales.”

NameBio
Billed as “the searchable historical domain name sales index.”

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