Founder and CEO of Buckley Media, Kate Buckley, reported the sale of HomeFinance.com for $100,890 last night on Twitter. According to a tweet:
TGIF, everyone! Happy to kickoff the weekend by announcing we’ve brokered the sale of HomeFinance .com for $100,890 USD. Congratulations to buyer and seller! #domains #domainnames #digitalassets #buckleymedia
— Kate Buckley (@katebuckley1) November 7, 2020
Based on DomainIQ’s WHOIS history, the name moved from a privacy-protected Epik registrant to a GoDaddy account listing the new owner as Prospect Home Finance from California.
The $100,890 price tag for HomeFinance.com matches the $100,890 figure that Kate sold GreenStreet.com for earlier this year.
Why have both of these sales been reported at $100,890? I have no definitive answer, but the likely scenario is that these domain names were both sold using Escrow.com, a company that charges $890 in fees to facilitate a $100,000 transaction.
If reported to DNJournal, the sale of HomeFinance.com will tie with GreenStreet.com’s $100,890 sales price as the 32nd largest sale of 2020.