Mortgaging .org for sale

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BIN: $3.5 K

Recently sold for $xx,xxx.

Therefore I think for .org generic domain , 3.5 K is reasonable.

Offers welcome.

BIN reduced to 3.4 K. This domain value will increase with time.

12. Do not "bump" your sale threads with the word "bump" or no relevant information. All replies to your own threads in sales MUST contain information pertaining to the sale. You must have a minimum price reduction of 10% to post a price reduction as a bump. Otherwise, edit the original post and do not bump! Do not use sneaky bump tactics like "If you PM me, post in the thread that you PM'd me". No "PM sent" replies to threads. There are too many bump tactics to list, so please just don't try any of them. Trading bumps is not permitted, you bump for me, I bump for you, etc., so even if there's no harm intended, do not bump others' threads because you think it's a good deal, or the recipient will feel obligated to bump your thread, and you can see where this will lead.

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Recently sold for $xx,xxx.
I'm trying to properly value your domain... I did a perfunctory search for that transaction but can't find any info. If it were truly a .ca deal for xx,xxx we would have seen it on the usual sites ? (dnj etc...) or maybe I am missing it somewhere?


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