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Domain name buying is a lucrative, high-margin business for online domain registrars.
The business model is easy, and you don’t need to spend a fortune.
The big question is: how much do you really need to pay for domain names?
In the US, it’s around $100 to $150 per domain.
But there’s a huge difference between the costs of purchasing and selling a domain.
Buying a domain means getting your domain registered, so it’s usually the most cost-effective way to get domain names.
A domain name can go for around $10 to $50 per domain, depending on the size of the domain and the type of domain.
A generic domain name will sell for about $50 to $100 per domain on average.
A generic domain also typically carries an annual renewal fee.
In the US and Europe, domain renewal fees are about 15% to 20% of the value of a domain, so the higher the price, the lower the renewal fee, and vice versa.
In India, the registrar is required to charge renewal fees of up to 20%.
But this doesn’t apply to generic domains.
The US-based domain names registrar RegistraServe charges about $75 for a domain name.
The domain name price in India is about $10,000 to $25,000.
In the United Kingdom, the prices of generic domain names vary by country, and usually fall between 20% and 25% of their value.
The cheapest generic domain from Registra Serve is about £40 to £60, depending upon the size and the brand.
The cheapest generic name from the UK is about 60,000 rupees ($88,000) for the first domain name, then up to 40,000 in the second, third and fourth domains.
A brand-new domain name usually sells for about £2,000 ($3,600) to £5,000 (depending on the brand).
It’s possible to sell a brand-fresh domain name for much more, but it’s unlikely to be profitable.
A good domain name is likely to be registered at the highest bidder, so you have to pay up front.
For domain names registered by Registra, the price can be as high as 15% of its value.
In Europe, the domain name registration fee is 15% or 20% depending on country.
For instance, in Denmark, the fee is 9% or 12%.
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In Germany, the registration fee varies by country.
The German registration fee ranges from 15% (for basic and low-value domains) to 50% (plus a 15% surcharge).
In Denmark, it ranges from 20% (with a 10% surb) to 40% (minus a 10%).
In Austria, the register charges are 25% (basic and low value domains), 35% (high-value) and 40% for premium domains.
For domain names from other countries, the fees vary by region, and can range from 10% (in Spain) to 30% (and then to 40%).
In Spain, the basic and premium domains charge 10% to 25% and the premium domains and low and high value domains charge 20% to 30%.
In Austria the registrant charges 20% for the low-valued and high-valued domains, 20% with the low and low valued domains, and 20% on premium domains with the high and high valued domains.
In other words, there’s not much difference between registrar fees in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa, Australia and New Zealand, and in India, except for the regional differences in registration fees.
A few registraries charge a premium for domains with premium features.
In India, you can pay for premium domain names up to 50 times the price of a basic domain, and the fee ranges between 30% and 50% of a regular domain price.