Benefits of a .Homes domain
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Verified domain name extensions, like .Homes, can help increase your brand recognition and create a memorable, relevant URL.

Find the perfect .Homes domain
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Be one of the first in the real estate industry to upgrade your URL! Get the website address you really wanted but wasn’t available as a .com.

Purchase a .Homes domain name today!

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.Homes requirements

.Homes domain names are exclusively available to registrants that provide products or services that benefit the Real Estate industry. All registrants will be verified by the registry. Having validated registrants means that as consumers do their Real Estate related research and transactions online, they will be able to trust content found on websites using the .Homes extension and find relevant content on these sites.

All registrants will go through a verification process before a domain name is registered. Prior to a successful verification, the domain name will be held in a pending status and not function on the internet. Registrants will be contacted by the registry to provide documentation to confirm their eligibility. Failure to provide such information within (10) days will result in deletion of the domain name.

Full registration and eligibility requirements, verification procedures and use criteria information can be found in the .Homes Registration Policy.

Benefits of a .Homes domain name

Verified – all businesses are vetted for legitimacy and relevance before approval is granted to purchase/use their TLD

Secure – includes an extra layer of security, helping to protect your data and sensitive consumer information

Improved customer experience – increase trust and confidence with targeted content

Brand recognition – memorable, intuitive and practical URLs

Innovative – be one of the first in your industry to own a URL that directly represents your business

Relevant – websites are monitored to ensure relevant, meaningful content that is industry-specific

How to find the perfect .Homes domain name

In order to select the right .Homes domain name, you need to decide how you’re going to use it.

Upgrade your existing website address to a memorable, industry-defining .Homes.

Get the website address you really wanted but couldn’t have, because it was already taken in .com

Use a unique domain name for a more memorable call to action in an advertising campaign. You will get more traffic if your website address is easy to recall. You’ll convert more traffic if the landing page has content relevant to the advertising campaign.

Use www.YourBrand.Homes as a secure billing channel, assuring your customers fraud-free transactions.

Feature specific manufacturer’s products lines. You’ll have more targeted ways to market the brands you sell and can link back into your main site, building a meaningful linking strategy that can also boost your SEO.

Use domains to host unique content channels and build brand authority. Example: Your auto parts business has a great selection of ‘how-to’ videos. Brand and market the videos on their own .Homes URL (HowToFix.Homes).

Use domain names to protect your brand. Think of domain names that you would not want your competitors to own and make sure you get them! You can build a domain and content strategy to drive traffic to your website – not your competitors.

Use a new domain for a more memorable email address. Example: sales@YourBrand.Homes

Get your own domain name that defines your business, then set the domain to forward to your Facebook page if you still don’t have a website. You can promote your own digital address, and not a complicated Facebook URL.

Who’s eligible for a .Homes TLD?

A registrant who belongs to one of these categories and meets the verification requirements is eligible to purchase a .Homes domain name:

Residential Real Estate Agent: A person duly licensed to negotiate and arrange residential real estate sales under the supervision of a real estate broker.

Residential Real Estate Broker: A person or business duly licensed to negotiate and arrange residential real estate transactions. A broker requires a higher-level license than agent and is authorized to hire real estate agents to work under the broker’s supervision.

Multiple Listing Service (MLS): A local or regional entity that compiles available real estate for sale by member brokers along with detailed information that brokers and agents can access online. MLSs may be affiliated with an association or operate as private businesses with oversight from major local brokers.

Real Estate Association: A group of real estate professionals and/or firms banded together for a specific purpose that is focused on the residential real estate sector.

Residential Home Builder: A commercial firm or company licensed to construct new residential housing units.

Residential Property Management: A commercial firm or company that is contracted to act on behalf of owners of residential real estate to generate income and preserve the value of the property.

Residential Real Property Appraiser: A person or business duly licensed to estimate the value of residential real estate.

Residential Real Property Inspector: A person or business duly licensed to assess the current condition of residential property.

Residential Mortgage Provider: A commercial firm or company that is duly licensed to lend money to people for the purpose of purchasing residential property.

Residential Mortgage Broker: An intermediary who brings mortgage borrowers and mortgage lenders together but does not use its own funds to originate mortgages.

Residential Property Insurance Provider: A commercial firm or company that is duly licensed to provide insurance to homeowners.

Residential Property Listings Service: An online website dedicated to providing residential real estate companies with advertising opportunities.