Set to Launch This Month, The Rumored $10 Million Deal by Domain King Rick Scwhartz

The category-killer domain name that Rick Schwartz sold to for a rumored 8-figures (which he originally purchased for $750,000), is set to launch this month according to the website. 

As reported on Rick’s blog, Brad Giesen the, President and Founder, plans to build an online real estate empire. Over the past few weeks the landing page has changed appearance. Although most Coming Soon pages are usually more elegant than the current Coming Soon page, it really won’t matter, as the site will be launching any day now.

Here’s a snapshot of the Domain name over the years, taken from – 1996

DealmakersFrom the mid-nineties through 2005, The Dealmakers had an online website that evolved over the years, branding itself as the internet’s oldest commercial real estate online. In 2005, the site got a new look and feel after Rick Schwartz acquired the name.

Vision for the NEW Website

From Rick Schwartz’ blog: will include all listing types, including those indexed the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), creating a database that could surpass more than 15 million homes, but not including distressed properties, which will remain the business of The best part is that it will be totally free to search for potential buyers and visitors, and sellers will be able to upload and edit their own personal listings at no charge.  It’s a wide-open model that Geisen knows will create an invaluable resource for just about anyone interested in real estate in 2005

About Brad Giesen, Founder and President,

Ten years ago, Brad Geisen founded and built it over time to a company with more than 1.8 million foreclosure, preforeclosure, bankruptcy, FSBO and tax lien listings in one place, delivers America’s largest and most accurate searchable database of foreclosed homes and distressed property information to its customers and business partners. Based in Boca Raton, Florida, Brad Geisen and work with hundreds of top lending institutions and government agencies to list diverse property types on its Web site, including Real Estate Owned (REO); Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); Department of Veterans Affairs (VA); Fannie Mae; and other government agency and financial institution properties; as well as listings from an extensive network of corporate sellers.