For a lot of people looking to sell IPv4 or IP addresses, this may be their first (and last) IPv4 market transaction. Lacking experience, these sellers won’t know where to begin. We are here to help. If you are a first-time seller, or even if you’ve been through the transaction before, here are 5 helpful tips we can give you to get your IP addresses sold faster and safer.

5 Tips for Faster, Safer IP Transactions

In the IP transfer process, this can be a little more difficult than any other normal market. But it is still important to know what you’re selling, how much you’re selling, and who may be interested in your IP addresses. Would a large corporation be interested? Or if you have a smaller amount for sale, the buyer may be a smaller company or individual. Knowing this can help you in the negotiation process.

  • Research the transfer process

Like we mentioned before, for most people looking to sell IPv4 this is their first time. This means that sellers may not be familiar with how the process works or understand everything needed. Our advice is to research the process as much as you can and have all necessary paperwork or information ready. If there are no big surprises during the IP transfer process it can help the transaction move quickly. As active brokers for over a decade now, we will make the path smooth and let you know what to expect at every step.

  • Understand when to sell

Along with researching the transfer process, you will want to keep an eye on the IP address market and understand how the value of your IPv4 is changing. There is no fixed price for IPv4, and the demand and supply changes constantly. You will want to have some insight into the price and sell when the demand for IPv4 is high and the supply is low. This will help make sure you get the most money from your transaction. Having tracked supply, demand, and price daily since our participation in the first public IPv4 sale ever in 2011, we are well position to advice on the appropriate timing for a sale.

  • Stay up to date on laws and regulations

While this may be tough to do for the average person every day, if you plan on selling your IP addresses, you should know what is happening in the IP industry news and make sure that there are no changes in laws or regulations. While these don’t change a lot, there could be something that pops up that makes it more difficult (or easier) to sell your IP addresses. Considering the global span of the market, there are a lot of venues for regulations to change.

If you don’t have a lot of extra time or need help understanding the IPv4 market, then maybe you should really look into the last tip we have next.

  • Sell with a Trusted IP Lender

The last piece of advice we can offer when it comes to selling your IP addresses is to look into selling with an IP lender. IP lenders can help streamline a lot of the process and allows you to focus on the end goal, which is receiving your revenue. IP lenders have years of experience with IP transactions and will also be able to guide you to make the best decisions, which in turn leads to you receiving the most money you can. Instead of trying to keep up to date on everything in the IP market, leave it to the experts who can help make your transactions quicker, safer, and easier.

When it comes to the most trusted IP lenders in the business, you can rely on IPTrading. With over 30+ years of experience in the market, we have experienced every type of transaction and can help guide the way to a profitable sale. You may also choose to sell your IP address with our IPTrading Post, which brings buyers directly to you. Contact us today to learn more and get moving on the sale of your IPv4!