Domain investing is like the California Gold Rush. We are hard-working miners, and those domain brokers become wealthy by providing the miners with supplies and services. According to recent research, the average domain broker commission on a domain sale will be 15% in 2023. Domain sales commission, also known as “domain broker fees,” is deducted from the agreed-upon sale price if your domains are sold through a domain name marketplace. Yes, those domain brokers act like digital real estate agents on the internet.
You don’t need domain brokers if you can directly contact the buyer. Once a buyer has made an offer on a domain name via email and we have agreed to the price and terms and conditions, a fee is placed into a domain name escrow account. It is known as “domain escrow fees,” sometimes called external escrow fees or leads, and they are extremely low.
2023 updated. Now Dan.com is a Godaddy company with the same commission.
Domain Sales Commission Comparison (Domain Broker Commission):
Lander with GD DNS
Lander without GD DNS
Afternic Fast transer
fixed price with SD DNS
plus 5% payout fees
$2500 to $5000: 30% $5000 to $50K: 25% $50K to $75K: 20% $75K to $125K: 15% Above $125K: 12.5%
Fixed Price with Sav's Marketplace
$162.50 + 0.26% of amount over $5000
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