Domain name broker Andrew Miller can add the $112,000 sale of VeteransDay.com to his pile of sales in 2021. So far this year, Miller has facilitated sales of domain names such as Home.com, Candy.com, and Universal.com to name but a few.
In his latest domain sale, $112,000 for VeteransDay.com, Miller acted as an advisor to the seller, with the deal announced via LinkedIn.
The domain name was acquired by Mortgage Research Center, LLC of Missouri, with the help of GoDaddy’s senior broker Paul Mullen.
Mortgage Research Center powers mortgage experiences for a variety of major real estate sites, financial hubs and industry publications, according to its website. The company also owns Veterans United, a home loan company working specifically with veterans, which operates on VeteransUnited.com.
With Veterans Day, a US federal holiday honoring military veterans, happening on November 11, it’ll be an opportune moment for Mortgage Research Center to utilize the exact-match VeteransDay.com to promote Veterans United. The company has a significant following on social media, with 148,000 followers on Twitter and over 1.5 million likes on Facebook. Utilizing VeteransDay.com in a social media campaign on Veterans Day could be an inspired move.
Miller noted that the seller of VeteransDay.com owns a number of holiday-related domain names including GreetingCards.com and LaborDay.com, noting that it took a very good offer from GoDaddy’s Paul Mullen to break up the seller’s “set” of domains.
While the $112,000 sale of VeteransDay.com is far from the typical seven- and eight-figure realm that Miller typically inhabits, it was a sale that was a win-win for all parties and the domain name will be used by what seems to be a worthy cause.
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Thanks Jamie. Good sale.