On a daily basis, I peruse domain forum posts from other domainers, requesting the submission of domains.
Some are outright hilarious, in the sense that they are seeking “dream domains” for a budget not to exceed $99.
That $XX reference is an indication that one’s “dream domain” exists only in the sphere of fantasy, a remnant of the distant past when good domains could be hand-registered.
These days, as we all know, are long gone. If one needs a domain that is positive, short, aged, or brandable they better be prepared to fork out a couple of grand – minimum.
My advice to those who are looking for something that’d qualify as a “dream domain”: create it yourself, even if you have to spend some time on the drawing board.
When it comes to launching a new product, service or otherwise a brick-and-mortar company, your options are simple: either have the budget for that perfect domain name, or invent it, for a minimal reg-fee budget.
You can’t have it both ways.