LEASE A PREMIUM DOMAIN NAME

Leasing a Premium Domain Name is an inexpensive way to get the benefits of a great
domain at a fraction of the cost. Other benefits:

  • Rare opportunity to get a Premium Domain without paying a premium price.

Easier to remember than many business names.

No changes needed on your end - works with your current domain name and web site.

Live to your site in 24 hours

LEASING HIGHLIGHTS

Better than Google Adwords.

You can pay $1,000s for Adwords every month and still not stand out.

Our leasing program protects your rights to the domain name, with terms from 1 to 3 years.

No cost increases during your lease term.

Deal with confidence - over 16 years in the domain name business.

PREMIUM NAMES FOR LEASE

PREMIUM NAMES
FOR SALE

All Lease Names Are For Sale

Please use this form to send us an inquiry or to make an offer, or call us to discuss at:
877-316-7271, M-F 9am - 4pm EST

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LEASING FAQ

Q: What’s the process for ordering and using a leased premium domain name?

1. Once your order is completed you will receive a welcome email along with a Lease Contract.

2. Sign the Lease Contract and fax back to us at: FAX 1-614-559-6536

3. When we receive your faxed contract we will point the name to your current web site within 24 hours.

Q: What are my lease options?
A: 1 and 3 year lease terms available. At the end of the lease term you have the first right to renew the lease, or, if a new lease or buyout offer has been made you have the first right to continue the lease by matching the new offer.

Q: What prevents you from selling the domain name to someone else?
A: Your lease contract - you will receive yours once you complete your order along with a general welcome email.

Q: What are the benefits of choosing the longer term?
A: Lock in the same rate for the length of the term you choose. At the end of either lease term there is a 10% increase in the lease fee, so a 3 year lease is more cost effective.

Q: Can I buy my name outright?
A: Yes, we are always open to sales of any name - just make an offer.

Q: Do you offer lease to own?
A: Not at this time.