New Look

As you might have noticed, Domain-inventory's look has changed. Every page opens now to a video that runs for a few seconds. 

We now offer 28 web pages, a blog, information on domain sales, transfers, cost and listings categorized by top level, country code and generic domain extension.

To check on prices just click/touch on any domain name or copy and paste a domain name into your browser. All our domains are now on a buy-it-now basis. 

Our domains are listed for sale with, To assist you with sales related questions.  Please contact the domain broker of your choice to ask for assistance with any purchase.

For comments or more information about any of the domains for sale at Domain-inventory, please contact me.

Our domain inventory

 Website Ready Domain Names
The right domain name, paired with related page content is the formula for a successful website. Get yours today.
  • Buy one of our English, German, French, Spanish or Dutch classic Top Level Domains, or .info.

If you are looking to acquire the perfect English, GermanFrench, Spanish or Dutch domain name, you have come to the right place.
  • Domain-inventory offers pre-selected domains for eCommerce, business, trades, and services tailored to your endeavors.
We provide a selection of over 400 top level, country code and generic extensions for eCommerce, business, trades, and services. 

Vintage Domain

An item called vintage usually reminds us of something old, cars, clothes, wines, movies or any old or antique item.

Vintage brings to mind cars from the sixties, Buster Keaton films, Farmer's Almanac periodicals, and music from The Platters and other greats.

Most vintage products are reminiscent of times passed and often have but sentimental value.

Vintage in conjunction with a domain stands for something unused. Just like any other vintage item, it increases over time in value.

An old domain first registered years ago, never been used for a website is perfect for a new website, a start-up business or to link to a business with an already working site.

That makes it expensive but also the best choice for a new website or when starting a new business or eCommerce.

An example of an old domain is the name, registered in back 1998 and finally sold 16 years later.

Other global qualities are domain names that are comprehensible in several languages without having to be modified or translated, (such as a holiday).

The combination of key a domain name, coupled with a top level extension such as dot-com or a country code extension, will assure a website is a success and achieves stellar results in internet searches and Google ranking.

Using the right vintage domain name to identify content is the perfect move to make sure a website gets attention.

A two or even three-word vintage domain is well worth the investment because it rewards owners with high web site traffic, top search engine results, and possible trademark qualifications.

All domains at are vintage Domains.

Check our site for the domain that’s right for you.

You can review a domain' s past by visiting the the WayBackMaschine.

Fake News

A few years ago, while browsing the web, looking for domain news, I came across an article about buying domain names. The writer, who, for the preservation of his/her dignity, shall remain unnamed, advised and made the statement, ‘not to buy a domain from someone living in a foreign country because it’s too complicated.'

Living and working out of Germany now, of course, I am bothered by inaccurate statements regarding the domain business.

I shook my head in disbelieve and had to think for a moment, what defines a foreign country, regarding global Internet trade. Surely, any state outside of someone’s current place of residence or business could be ‘foreign.' If indeed people would think, international trade is ‘complicated,' global commerce as we know it, would come to a screeching halt.

Please note: Every one of's domain is registered and hosted by ICANN-accredited registrars in the United States of America and or Europe. The buyers of my domains are a little bit dispersed all over the globe, and no one of my buyers ever objected to the fact that I live in Germany.

 There is and never has been a problem with selling or transferring a domain name.

Here's a little useful tool. You can check that all is in order by visiting whois.

That site will give you all the information about a domain, registrar, dates, owner etc.

Country codes like .de, and .cn are most likely registered in their respective countries, too. Dot-com on the other hands can be registered from any country on the planet. Some individual European domain extensions can only be registered if you either live in that country or in the EU (think .fr) or have a registrar holding it for you if you don't.

The only thing that matters is the value of the domain name and regardless if it is a top level or a country code domain name. Regardless of who owns it or where.

It just goes to show while it’s nice to have a free, uncensored Internet, anybody can publish whatever - and you have to wonder if it's a fact, pure fiction or just fake news.

This article is a modefied 'reprint,' first published on Monday, July 05, 2010 at

Travel & Tourism

No matter what crisis develops on this planet, travel and traveling seem to be on the increase year after year. A Magma and ash spitting volcano here, a government overthrew there, a global epidemic outbreak of deadly viruses there, no matter.

A few weeks later, as the world moves on to tend to daily chores, the long awaited vacation, business trips or those urgent family emergencies can not be put off any longer, and back we are in the seat of an airplane, the cabin of a cruise ship or rediscovering Route 66.

All this feeds into the urge of entrepreneurs and the desire of web designers to create new and innovative websites - hopefully, to blow away the competition, if not, to get at least part of the travel market pie. Where, as in the past, a few major players dominating the global tourism market, now it's the most popular, low-cost travel web sites appearing on PCs, designed for mobile use on iPads, smartphones, and similar devices as well, getting most of the business.

To be part of it, one needs to own a domain name. Way back when you put your name (in small letters) under the logo of one of the big guys. Nowadays, to be in business, you only need to own the right domain name, and you're in business. You can be the big guy now.

That's where we come in. We want to give you the web site name you want and need. Below we have listed our exclusive selection of travel and tourism domain names that could be yours for the asking. How? Just ask your domain broker to get it for you, ask a domain broker to contact us, or you can contact us directly.

Ask your domain broker or a domain name auction house to place a bid on your behalf, on any of our domains, incognito of course, and once the domain transfers to you,  get a host, and you are in business. It's that simple.

See also on this site: TRANSFER

Just make a choice from the domains below now and if you still can't find what you are looking for, visit our website at for more travel and tourism domains for sale.

Please copy any domain name into your browser to gert stats and price.Contact me for more information.

Domains are for sale through sedo or you favorite domain broker.

This adjusted article is a 'reprint,' first published at on February 19, 2011.