How to determine value of domain name?

MrsMith

Is there a reasonably accurate way to determine the value of a domain name?

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jimlynch
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This thread might be helpful:

Best Domain Value Calculator?
http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1060547

Reetha123
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you can determine the value of the domain name by appraising it by doing domain appraisal test at Xnynz.com

kreiley
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You can try namepros. It’s a forum where people actively appraise domain values. http://www.namepros.com/domain-appraisals/

Keep in mind that these are really only guesses, and the valuation can vary widely for any given domain. In the end, the only real value is what someone is actually willing to pay. For example, a hypothetical domain named bigfishdoghouse.com would have very little value...except to the guy who just started The Big Fish Doghouse Company. 

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