Brent Oxley’s Latest Purchases: Bath.com, Cork.com, and More

HostGator founder Brent Oxley has been in the news recently thanks to his development of Create.com into a brand new hosting service. According to TechRadar, Oxley is getting closer to launching the hosting company after signing a new office lease in Houston, Texas.

Despite all this, Brent has continued to pick up some valuable domain names. Here are Brent’s recent purchases.

Bath.com

Bath.com, a four-letter .COM to add to Oxley’s already impressive collection that includes Firm.com, Toll.com, and Sand.com. According to my records, Bath.com was featured in the QEIP.com newsletter in February 2019 with an asking price of $425,000.

 

Cork.com

Another four-letter .COM that is a short, positive brand name with obvious potential uses within the wine or champagne industries. This name looks to have been acquired from FirstPlace Internet Inc. Brent has previously acquired names such as Vehicle.com from this company.

 

Estimate.com

Estimate.com is a name that Oxley acquired from a MarkMonitor client. According to WHOIS history, the MarkMonitor client in question was likely to be Sage Software Inc, a company that operates on Sage.com. Sage also sold Peach.com recently, via MarkMonitor.

 

Arizona.com

Adding to Brent’s list of geographical domains that includes NorthDakota.com and Belgium.com is Arizona.com. Acquired from a company that listed itself as Arizona.com LLC, Arizona.com is listed at VIPBrokerage.com under their “notable sales” section, which would signify that VIP Brokerage was responsible for this sale.

 

About James Iles

James Iles is a domain name industry writer and publisher of JamesNames.com. You can contact me here, or follow me on Twitter @jamesiles.

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BullS
BullS
5 months ago

Nothing special, not a shocker-all it takes is money!!

Adam
Adam
5 months ago

He can’t leave any domains for the rest of us?

Adam
Adam
5 months ago
Reply to  James Iles

I’m a domain socialist. 😄