Escrow.com released their Domain Investment Index report for Q3-2019
– The total value of domain names transacted rose to US$69.3 million in Q3 2019, up from US$68.6 million in Q2 2019
The report also broke down the ups and downs by different countries.
Demand for domain names by country remains volatile: After a strong Q2, China fell sharply in total transaction value for Q3, while the United Kingdom overtook it as the second strongest market for domain name sales. The United States retains its spot at number one with the highest total transaction value.
Longer domains attracting higher prices Though 2-3 character domains continue to attract the highest prices, After a meteoric rise in Q1 and asteep decline in Q2, 2-3 character .com domains have seen some recovery in Q3 2019. Following a dip after two consecutive strong quarters, 4 character .com domain namemedian price continued its rise, from US$7000 in Q2 2019 to US$7250 in Q3 2019.Likewise, 5- and 6-character domains also saw a rise in median price.