I have known Tracy Fogarty for many years and have found her to be exceptionally honest, reliable, conscientious, courteous, as well as possessing unmatched negotiating skills.
Tracy has represented me in both sides of my transactions (buyer and seller) and she has a clear understanding of the dichotomies that exist between buyers and sellers and she navigates and negotiates them with precision and efficacy.
Tracy has bought and sold domain names for me in the five and six figure range, however what is most impressive is that she treats my small dollar purchases and sales with the same hard work, respect, honesty and integrity.
I have been buying and selling domain names and building web businesses since the mid 90’s and to date I have never found a more qualified, tenacious and knowledgeable domain broker than Tracy. In fact, she is only domain broker I will use or trust in the highly fragmented, revolving door (salesmen) domain name sales business. In addition, every single person I have referred to Tracy now uses her exclusively. We can count on her to immediately answer the phone or reply to an email and know she will be there for us in the future.
I trust that the information provided will be of assistance and will be happy to provide further information. Ask Tracy for my contact information and I will be happy to discuss any of my transactions
With Gratitude and Sincerity,
I encountered Tracy when trying to purchase a name she was representing on behalf of a client. That deal didn’t work out for me however Tracy impressed me so much she became my go-to broker! I think its imperative to use a domain name broker when trying to acquire domains so that you can remain anonymous. If the domain owner works out who you are, the price will generally increase. Using Tracy’s services I have been able to acquire a network of related names whilst remaining anonymous. I genuinely believe that I have paid less for these names than I would have going direct. As the buyer, you can become emotional. Tracy provides that line of defense, removing the emotion. I have the utmost trust in Tracy and would happily recommend Tracy to anyone who is looking for domain name sales representation or like me, for stealth domain acquisition.
Tracy was truly amazing to work with. She was a true entrepreneur and very strategic. But, the integrity she showed was what truly wowed us. We gave her a budget to spend (And she is paid via commission) and came in 57% under. She was available almost 24/7 and she worked on our behalf to secure two very valuable domains, ***********.com and *************.com— at the lowest possible price, without ever telling the seller who we were. This was crucial given our large venture backing and high profile. Tracy not only kept everything confidential but she continued to negotiate to get us the best price until the very end. She never gave up nor did she settle for their first, or even second offer. She was instrumental in our success and true rock star. We would use again in a heartbeat and I’m glad to recommend her.
We got to know Tracy and eNaming as we were interested in buying one of the premium domain she represented. We have not managed to find a deal for this specific domain, but still Tracy assisted us all along our search for the name of our new project. She helped us in trying to buy other domain, and was also proactive to suggest new names that could match our product. One of her suggestion was a good fit, and she managed to negotiate a significant discount to match our budget. I would definitely recommend Tracy for a domain brokerage, the service has been much more professional, fast and reliable than some other known marketplaces.
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Latest posts by Tracy Fogarty (see all)
- Wired: Why .Com is the Venture Capital Community’s Power Player - September 29, 2016
- Intellectual Property attorney John Berryhill joins eNaming’s Advisory Board - February 10, 2016
- The Nut Case: Domain Investment Helps Yield $35 Million in Revenue - December 1, 2015