Domain Names - Management - Can I sell my domain name. How much does it cost?
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- In the proper terms, you don't actually buy a domain name; what you buy is the right to use the domain name for a period of time. You can easily transfer ownership of your remaining time to someone else at no charge for most of the generic top level domains. If the domain name in question is the only one in your domain profile, all you need to do is provide the login information to the new owner who can then proceed to the manage area and update the organization (registrant) and other contact information and change the password.
- If the domain name in question is not the only one in your profile, you would log into the manage area yourself and follow the links for Profile -> Change Ownership. Submit the new username and a temporary password. This has the effect of moving that one domain name into a profile of its own. Then pass this information along to the new owner who can then proceed to the manage area and update the organization (registrant) and other contact information, and change the password or move it into a profile they already have other names in.
- If you need to show that the ownership has been changed prior to receiving payment for the domain, you may change the contacts yourself then direct your buyer to use the WHOIS lookup to see it
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- The procedures for non gTLD domains varies by registrar, and some incur fees. Please contact us for assistance and confirmation of charges.
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