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Domain Sales Agreements
We provide a large selection of premium domain names for purchase on our website. Once you have decided which model is right for you, simply sign-up for a free account and submit an offer that is above the minimum reserve price.
The domain name owners or their brokers do their best to respond to offers within two business days.
Mark accepts the following payment methods:
Escrow.com is a trusted third party that collects, holds and disburses funds according to buyer and seller instructions. Escrow.com is a licensed and government regulated escrow service.
No. Mark is not entitled to share performance information about domain names. However, in extraordinary circumstances, certain statistics may be shared at the discretion of the domain owner.
Mark is compensated by the domain name owners after the sale agreement has been finalized.
Purchasing a domain name on Mark is safe and easy. Once an agreement is reached on the price, Mark will facilitate payment and transfer of ownership. We typically use Escrow.com for third party escrow services. The buyer is responsible for any transfer costs that may be required move the domain name to their registrar of choice in addition to all transaction fees at Escrow.com. To calculate Escrow fees click here.
Installment payments, over 6 or 12 months periods, may be available at the sole discretion of the domain owner. Inquire with the domain owner on the offer page.
As the owner, you are responsible for paying annual renewal fees charged by your registrar (usually between $10-$35 USD). Failure to pay annual fees on time could result in the loss of your domain name.
Premium, generic domain names are high-value domain names. They are often popular terms, easy to remember and attract natural type-in traffic.
Domain names that are considered to be premium have the most marketing potential. Due to their short and intuitive nature they can become authoritative brands in their vertical or niche. Some examples are: CreditCards.com, BlackFriday.com and Shopping.com.
The price of domain names varies greatly and is dependent on a number of factors such as brandability, character length, traffic and economic trends. Many domain names sell in the range of $5,000 to $50,000 but top-tier and category-defining domain names can command price tags of millions of dollars.
Mark practices quick and secure third party transaction procedures online through Escrow.com. Through this process, both the seller's domain name and the buyer's money are protected until the transaction is complete. The entire process typically takes between 5 to 10 business days with much of the time depending on the buyer's quick payment.
Domain name transfer from one registrar to another.