Buying and Selling Websites Weekly Market Update for Oct 8-14, 2010

BuyingandSellingWebsites.com Weekly Update for (Oct 8 – 14, 2010)

The following stats are from Flippa.com and provide a good insight on what is being sold in the market. There are several other marketplaces online for buying and selling websites or flipping sites, but the stats here are Flippa.com provide a good benchmark. During the week of Oct 8 – 14, 2010 there were 374 website sales with an average sale price of $918.

Provide a comment below to let us know what you see in the market place for buying and selling. What do you think is selling best? What is getting the best multiple?

9 comments

  1. Chris will be changing the look of these charts to code them in and make them look better. I wanted to get the report completed on time so I went with an image. Chris is the programmer who can put the tables in html code. It’s important to have a team in buying and selling sites that make up for your weaknesses.

  2. I have just checked BuyEyeGlasses.com . It has two entry . Recent sale is of $60000 . It was also sold for $22500 earlier . Would you pls check the issues

    1. The site was posted for a $60,000 buy it now price and the auction ended with no sale Sept 29th. Then it sold Oct. 10th for $22,500. You’ll see Ended and Won in Flippa that will indicated the difference. – David

    1. Interesting that people are buying brand new sites. That’s a good sign for those in our group that are building and selling.

  3. Hi guys, I’ve been a member for ages but ice not had much engagement with the site as yet. That’ll change soon though.

    I saw this report and I have to ask, are these guys leaving money on the proverbial table by selling in a flippers market? The very term suggests that you’re selling to people looking for a massive discount, because they’re looking for instant equity in most cases right?

    1. There are several places you can sell a website, just like selling a car. If you take your car to the dealer for a trade-in you probably aren’t getting the same deal if you sold it to a friend or someone from a classified ad. So the answer to your question is “Maybe”. It depends on several factors. They could be leaving money on the table based on the multiple but it also depends on the type of website. We discuss a lot of this in our membership area.

    2. There are several places you can sell a website, just like selling a car. If you take your car to the dealer for a trade-in you probably aren’t getting the same deal if you sold it to a friend or someone from a classified ad. So the answer to your question is “Maybe”. It depends on several factors. They could be getting less for the sale based on the multiple but it also depends on the type of website. We discuss a lot of this in our membership area.

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