It’s hard to know what value to put on a domain -- it all depends on the demand. Greg Sullivan, the co-founder of foreclosure.com, should know. He and business partners bought foreclosure.com for $750,000 a number of years ago, and it was worth every penny, he said. Sullivan, who now owns byowner.com and electronicappraiser.com, has just put up his long-held PublicMLS.com domain name at a starting price of $125,000. Jacob Lund / Shutterstock.com He thinks it might be of interest to a real estate player wanting to bring the MLSs together into one location. NationalMLS.com and NationalMLS.org have recently been put up for sale in a two-domain package for $500,000, which Sullivan believes is quite a “lofty” price. “I have owned PublicMLS.com for many years -- my original goal was to create an MLS website where anyone in the real estate business could list their properties,” said Sullivan, who is based in Florida. The tech entrepreneur has approached The Wav...
- PublicMLS.com has been put up for sale at a starting price of $125,000.
- The domain owner thinks it might appeal to real estate players wanting to consolidate MLS listings.
- It might also appeal to large brokerages among others.
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