Hostgator and Create.com founder Brent Oxley has amassed a portfolio consisting of a couple of hundred premium .COM domain names including Broker.com, Hybrid.com, and Document.com to name just three.
Oxley’s portfolio also includes VT.com and the entrepreneur previously acquired RX.com for a reported fee of $1 million. Now, it seems that Oxley has added another two-letter .COM domain to his portfolio now that OE.com redirects to Oxley’s custom Efty marketplace.
The domain, which has a minimum offer value of $1 million, was acquired by Oxley very recently.
According to DomainIQ, the domain was previously owned by Mike Gleissner, a domain investor associated with numerous other short domain names. As of writing, the sales price hasn’t been released, but similar sales data from NameBio could suggest that OA.com is certainly capable of achieving a mid-six-figure price tag in a wholesale transaction.
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Wow.Oxley keeps going strong 💪. With millions you know premium domain is liquid.