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Domain Holdings Brokering Capital.com

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I received a press release from Domain Holdings this afternoon announcing that the company has landed an exclusive brokerage contract for the Capital.com domain name.

The asking price was not mentioned in today’s press release, but based on the statement that “Domain Holdings anticipates this category defining premium name will command one of the highest finance related domain sales in history,” and the references to the seven figure sales of Fund.com, Investing.com, and PersonalLoans.com, it appears they believe it will sell for north of $2.5 million.

At the present time, Capital.com is used as a credit card comparison website. I am not sure who owns the domain name, but the registrant email address is @americancapital.com, and American Capital is a publicly traded private equity firm whose stock trades on the NASDAQ market.

In case you have an interest in discussing this domain name with someone from DH, the press release is below with contact information for the brokers.

Domain Holdings Group, a fast growing Internet company located in Delray Beach, FL, is a world-class leader in premium domain brokerage and monetization. Domain Holdings recently announced an exclusive premium domain offering – Capital.com.

“Capital.com is an extremely rare premium generic domain name. Premium generics in the financial sector have historically commanded high-end prices” stated Steve Smith, Domain Holdings Senior Domain Broker. “Capital.com is a gem of a name, which is one of a handful of super premium domains now available on the aftermarket.”

Capital.com overlaps various different vertical markets, including: global financial institutions, banks, credit card companies, and venture capital firms. These are among the market of potential buyers Domain Holdings Group will be targeting.

Domain Holdings’ co-founder Chad Folkening, who is a pioneer in the domain industry stated, “Several well known Capital related companies spend billions a year on advertising. Owning and using a one of a kind and powerful brand such as Capital.com is a great short and long term investment. Capital.com is by far the most memorable name and can be branded across many different global industries”

The premium domain aftermarket is active and Domain Holdings anticipates this category defining premium name will command one of the highest finance related domain sales in history. In 2012, there were two reported finance related domain sales which achieved seven (7) figures, lead by the sale of Investing.com at $2.45M. Domain Holdings specializes in the brokerage of premium generic domains and brokered several seven (7) figure premium domain name transactions last year that were not reported due to non-disclosure agreements.

Interested parties are encouraged to contact Steve Smith, Senior Domain Broker, for more information. Email – Steve@DomainHoldings.com, or call +1 561-634-7328.

Premium Finance Domain Name Facts and Sales Figures:

 

  • Investing.com was the highest reported sale in 2012 at $2.45M
  • Fund.com sold for $9.9M (2008), PersonalLoans.com sold for $1M (2012)
  • Top major corporations routinely acquire finance domains for global branding purposes. These companies include Bank of America, Barclays, Citigroup and many others.
  • The premium domain name aftermarket has seen a double-digit increase in median sale prices over the course of the last year and sales in more than 160 countries worldwide.

About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of DomainInvesting.com. Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has sold seven figures worth of domain names in the last five years. Please read the DomainInvesting.com Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest.


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Comments (1)

    Olex

    It’s great name and I’m sure there will be huge percents in money value for successful deal.
    It’s interesting if percents depend on final price or they are fixed with such huge expected price.

    January 28th, 2013 at 2:58 pm

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