When checking domain prices published by DNJournal and others, a pattern often repeats itself.
Way on top, we have one or more sales of .com domains above $100,000, followed by many secondary transactions below $100,000.
The March 2018 listings caught my attention in the domain price bracket for two-word domains.
The highest price paid, as reported, is a two-word domain, CrosswordPuzzles.com, which is sold for USD 269,980.
What's impressive is that many other two-word domains have changed hands in the past for above USD 10,000.
SmartWatches.com - $55,000
Careeropportunities.com - $30,000
Europewatch.com - $25,000
Turkeyrealestate.com - $20,647 (a three-word domain)
Cleaningproducts.com - $15,000
Giftformom.com -$15,000 (a three-word domain)
Many additional two-word domains were sold for USD 10,000 or above among them, such names as hurricanedamage.com, comfybed.com, and woohoogames.com.
While some domains went back into the for-sale section of domain-brokers, others have thrived and are still active website addresses even many years later.
I couldn't find any hyphenated names this time, but a few with numbers being part of the URL.
om2.com - $27,002
10yoni5nnnn.com - $24,000
c7.com - $14,750
kk5.com - $14,750
mp3cutter.com - $12,500
6hg.com - $10,000
Surprisingly at the bottom of the Non .com gTLDs Top 20 Sales Chart, there is a .tel, namely a.tel, sold for $5,500.
Price variation for similar domains is exemplified in two names sold, GroceryBox.com - $37,700 and MeatBox.com $14,985.
Reported and confirmed domain sales are a momentary indication of market condition and value and make it easier to judge whether a requested price might be too high or an offer too low.
The above might make it easier to put a price ticket on a domain and serve as a realization of where the domain market is standing today.