All premium domains at Keen are subject to negotiation for individual lease pricing. High concept end users are our preferred clientele. Domain rentals can be financed directly through Escrow.com or Epik. Buyers will be responsible for any transaction fees associated with all purchases. Creative financing terms may also be considered as well as leasing options based on a flat cap rate. KeenDomains.com will endorse non-disclosure agreements upon client request.
Keen is a private domain marketplace primarily for sophisticated and professional level buyers. It is highly recommended that our potential clients be knowledgeable about the domain name sales market before contacting us. Many of our past and current clients hail from world-renowned companies within various business sectors.
The domain market is now a multi-billion dollar industry that is continuously growing due to the expansion of global internet growth as well as businesses’ mounting demand for internet presence, coupled with individuals’ increasing desire for personal web space. Further, the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has ushered in an increasingly remote living, working and social way of normal life emphasizing the increased need for conducting communication and commerce via the internet on a global scale. Be advised that premium one word dot com domains now routinely command seven figure prices and solid two word dot com domains start at the mid four figure price range. Domain names comprised of well known or popular key words have unlimited pricing potential.
For more on current domain name market valuations, please follow this price guide link. Also, read the weekly and annual DNJournal public sales charts and these articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 for your education.
The vast majority of the domains at Keen are registered with GoDaddy.com. In order to facilitate a smooth, simple and fast domain name transfer, it is highly recommended that you sign up for a free account at GoDaddy.com.
Keen will typically contact you within 24 hours to discuss your inquiries.
In many instances, our domains may not be available for sale or lease due to the following reasons:
- The organic traffic generated from a particular domain name under our ownership is providing substantial visibility to our platform
- The domain is aligned to a newly forming industry. The market and industry related to the domain is in the very early stages of development. As a result, it would be irrational to release the domain to the public sales market
- The domain adds profile to our current inventory as well as credibility and status to the overall portfolio. Reputation and trust are essential and important components of a successful business. This is especially true for domain name proprietors as the domain industry is relatively small and unknown (but growing in importance) as compared with other industries
- In order to secure the best sales price possible, we prefer to sell our domain names to parties that will make the most utility and maximum market impact with our assets in industry. Typically, well capitalized venture-backed startups and established corporations tend to understand this concept the best as these are our preferred clientele