What is a local presence requirement?

2020-12-09T07:44:02+00:00December 9th, 2020|

Many country code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs) have a local presence requirement.

How a “local presence” is defined will vary by registry.

Some common requirements, specific to the country the domain name extension represents, include:

  • Registrant must be a citizen of the country
  • Administrative contact must have a local address
  • Technical contact must have a local address
  • Registrant must hold a Trademark for the country or area (EU for example)
  • Organization must be registered with a recognized government department
  • and more…

Many domain name registrars offer local presence services. Don’t rule out getting your desired domain name before speaking with an international domain expert. There is typically a workaround available.

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What is the minimum budget required?

2020-12-09T07:30:50+00:00December 4th, 2020|

We have no set minimum budget requirement for domain name acquisitions.

However, the budget must provide for a reasonable chance of success.

For example, if you are trying to acquire a one-word .com for $1,000 then we (and likely every other broker) will pass.

Typically we provide a recommended budget based on the domain name’s profile and then you can decide whether to engage us or not.

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