Marksmen, an intellectual property acquisition specialist, has acquired Achieve.com on behalf of a client. The company is no stranger to purchasing one-word .com domain names for its customers, having previously facilitated deals for the likes of Caliber.com, Forge.com, and Houses.com.
The domain was acquired from domain investor and co-founder of DNWE, Josh Schoen. Schoen, who owns other ultra-premium domains such as Sign.com and Nurture.com, confirmed the sale of Achieve.com via Twitter, noting that the name was sold along with the common misspelling, Acheive.com. Smartly, Schoen also owned this domain:
Confirmed. It was a two domain package of https://t.co/dJ2jlpUh5t + https://t.co/pcATZbubuI. Price is under NDA though so unfortunately I can’t share that.
— Joshua Schoen (@jstenn13) October 21, 2021
As of publishing, we do not know the identity of the buyer. The domain name has moved into privacy protection at GoDaddy, so there are few clues as to who the new owner is.
Achieve.com is a highly aspirational name with multiple potential buyers, so it will be interesting to see who bought the domain name and what they plan to do with it. Since Marksmen was involved in the purchasing process, it’s likely to be a corporate buyer.
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i know it’s i before e except after c. i don’t know when there’s an h in between. better get both.