Brent Oxley’s Recent Acquisitions: Instruct.com, Draw.com, and 5 More

Domain investor and founder of HostGator, Brent Oxley, has a track record of acquiring ultra-premium dot-com domain names. He has amassed a portfolio filled with some of the most valuable names in existence including Broker.com, Give.com, and Create.com.

Recently, Oxley has recently made seven supreme additions to his portfolio.

The first two domain names are Instruct.com and Diagnose.com. According to WHOIS history, these were both previously owned by Michael Cyger’s Web X.0 Media LLC before making their way to Oxley’s portfolio.

Oxley also acquired Communication.com. A combination of WHOIS history and Archive.org reveals that this name has been owned by the same person since the 1990s. The domain currently holds a minimum offer value of $400,000 at Oxley’s Efty marketplace.

Opinion.com was the fourth of Oxley’s most recent purchases, another name that now holds a $400,000 minimum offer value. According to Archive.org, the domain has been parked at NameSilo for some time.

Listing.com made its way into Oxley’s hands, a stunning domain with a multitude of potential uses. An obvious use would be within the real estate industry, perhaps as the base for a multi-listing service (MLS).

Devour.com is the sixth name that Oxley has acquired recently. The name was sold by Lary Angell, an entrepreneur who founded Uncrate, a popular buyer’s guide for men. Devour.com used to hold a video site related to Uncrate. That video site is now available at Uncrate.tv.

Finally, Oxley’s seventh recent purchase is Draw.com, a four-letter .COM to accompany Oxley’s existing names including Bath.com, Role.com, and Pack.com.

 

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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Samer
Samer
3 months ago

All he does is Create value.

Samer

Mark Thorpe
Mark Thorpe
3 months ago

The new domain king.
Sorry, Rick. Lol