If you’re reading this now, you’re in an exclusive club, where the only members are people who geek out over Miami, Florida real estate domain names and who use those names to look for patterns in valuation of some of the new gTLDs. It’s okay, I’m not telling anyone how interesting this is either. Let’s save all the good names for us.
If you stumbled on this post accidentally, you should first read Part 1 first. Think of it as the cost of membership.
In this Part 2, I examine domain names associated with some of Miami’s hottest neighborhoods of Brickell, Edgewater, Wynood, and the Design District. I also look at domains related to one neighborhood that may be one of the next up-and-comers in Miami, Little Haiti / Lemon City.
As in Part 1, I took the names of these neighborhoods with the following domain extensions: .COM, .NET, .CO, .BUZZ, .IO, and .XYZ. I also took the names of the neighborhoods, added “condos” to them using all of the same extensions, including .CONDOS. I used Estibot’s appraisal tool and the values should be used for pattern purposes only. Estibot appraises every .BUZZ name at $0, when it’s clearly not the case.