A glance at the LLLL.com market..

Prices remain strong, however demand seems to be waning. Fortunately, supply of cheap LLLL.coms is also decreasing as domainers increase their expectations about the future. TDNAM is seeing strong demand, with most LLLL.coms being bid up to $20+ by the time they close. I was fortunate enough to pick up a nice one — zcpr.com for $10 at TDNAM a couple days back… While still not cheap at $17 once renewal is factored in, it was a welcomed treat from the $25+ these names have been going for. I sold 11 LLLL.coms today for a total of $400 or an average of about $36 per. Each had at least 1 bad letter or 2 semi-premiums. All in all, it was a good day. To think that I regged these names for $7 per only a couple months ago and the person that bought them is confident he can get more for them… Whether the future is bright or not, it sure seems like people think the future is bright. Sometimes when enough people think something should happen, it actually does 😉

 So where do we go from here? Well, with sales slowing at Namepros but not at TDNAM, I’m left to imagine sellers may simply put their LLLL.coms back in the vault — and that seems to indeed be happening. While overall demand may be down (LLLL.coms are losing their novelty), supply at reseller prices is also down — considerably. This has had an overall effect of keeping prices relatively stable despite decreased demand.

 What does this tells us? Look out buyers! Because when demand picks up again, the days of $15 LLLL.coms will be long gone…

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~ by Reece on November 30, 2007.

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