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Late 2016-Early 2017 Total Value of Domains Brokered by qeip.com (USD)
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What does qeip have to offer the average investor?
Customized domain portfolios using the highest growth commodity of domains for each client dependent on their budget, investment goals, and time frame
Professional Domain Acquisitions that will let you secure any digital real estate without the hassle of negotiating and dealing with needy sellers
Innovative Domain Brokerages where you will get the highest price for your digital assets without any work or commitment from you
Industry low pricing that is affordable for every customer
Experts who are knowledgeable in the field of domains & websites as investments and each have deep experience in sales and purchases
The opportunity to take advantage of the rising price of scarce domains, such as 3 +4 letter .Com domains, by investing in them while they are still relatively undervalued
Free Domain Appraisals to help you to understand the value of your assets
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Put Domains into Your Financial Future
Domain names are becoming the risk adverse way for intelligent investors to invest in our modern economy
Our team specializes in are 3 + 4 letter .com domains (like cef.com and pptt.com) along with generic 1 + 2 word .com domains (like During.com and WebTraffic.com).
These domains are among a group of some of the highest preforming domain investments of the last few years.
Domain Investments gain returns anywhere from 10%-1000% based on value that domain is bought and sold for.
Our team guarantees returns because our domains will not be sold for less than they are bought for.
Market Value of 3 letter .Com domains
Market Value of 4 letter .Com domains
Domains have been appreciating in value faster than any other commodity over the last 20 years.
2 letter .com domains have gone from costing $15 in 1995 to being close to $1,000,000 today.
There are thousands of domains that get sold for thousands today that were brought for hundreds yesterday.
Diamond.com was bought for $150,000 in 1999 and was sold for $7,500,000 in 2007.