Formula to Buying the Best Real Estate Domain Names

Formula to Buying the Best Real Estate Domain Names

With so many websites on the internet, it is very easy to be overlooked. Your domain name is a the #1 way people find information about your business. Whether you’re a new real estate agent or just getting  a new business up and running, choosing the right domain name is extremely important; especially if your overall objective is to increase the popularity of your business.  You might be familiar with common TLDs, like .com or .org, but there a now many more TLDs, with the recently revealed “.realtor” and “.real-estate” TLDs. Choosing a real state domain name  starts by exploring what domain names could work for your real estate website. You should think of domain names that are short, notable, and easy to comprehend, and accurately and briefly describe your business.  You should also focus on domains that "call-to-action" i.e. for example Buy Florida Beach Homes tells your visitor exactly what they can expect when visiting your website. Here are three formulas for choosing a best real estate domain or any other type of online business name for your company:

Location Term + Realtor Term

This formula is great is case of targeting your audience. It is suggested that you mix the various components of the formula to get different result. The end term should be brief, easy to remember and must sound professionally. Examples include:

- ParkCityVilla.com

- BuckheadLuxury.com

Adjective + Location + Realtor Term

Usually the domain names which contain adjectives often have a better click through rates than others. As you thin down the potential choices for your real estate business name, remember to make it: easy to say, easy to recall (shorter is better), and easy to spell. If you have all these features, your business name will be one for the history books. Examples include:

- LuxuryRaleighHomes.com

- LuxuryTucsonHomes.com 

Your Name + Realtor Term

You can also choose a domain name with nature term but keep it simple and short. Overly complex domain names are similarly as hard to recall as those that are too long. Extra acronyms, a jumble of letters, or over abbreviation of city and state to make your domain name unique can be a big problem in this case.

- RaquelsRealestate.com 

Don’t Use Hyphens

As a general rule of thumb, hyphens should not be used in the domain names. They are often hard to read, hard to convey and people often forget them when typing in the domain name. In case you have to use a hyphen to get the domain name you want, you are making it more complicated. Find a substitute and ensure that you get the maximum value for your effort.