Last November I posted how Flippa had changed their pricing model. Well just 6 months later and they are changing the pricing model again.
Back in November 2018 the pricing changed to the following:
- Asset Sales including the sale of a domain, app or starter site, i.e. something not generating any revenue, can be sold for a listing fee of $25 and success fee of 10%.
- Self Service Business Sales is best suited to profitable businesses with a minimum six month trading history. Sell for a listing fee of $200 and a success fee of 10%.
- Broker Supported Business Sales will match you with a specialist broker. Best for those with annual profits of 200k+. Sell for a listing fee of $200 and a success fee of 15%.
The 10% success fee on Asset Sales and Self Service Business Sales was a reduction. This was previously 15% for Credit Card payments and 12% when using Flippa’s escrow service. Flippa still absorbs the escrow transaction cost.
Now the new pricing will look like this, no more $200 listing fees, seems like Flippa wants to be paid monthly whether for an auction or a classified listing.
All listings, regardless of type, size or location, are charged at a $15 per month listing fee.
If you sell a website, domain, app or business between $1m to $5m your success fee is now 5%
If you sell a website, domain, app or business between $500k to $1m your success fee is now 7.5%
If you sell a website, domain, app or business between $1 to $499k your success fee remains at 10%
So listing fees are down across the board and if you have a big business you will pay less in success fees.