GoDaddy Domain Appraisals gives you the most accurate estimate available because here algorithm combines. machine-learning with real-market sales data compiled from our 20 years of experience.
Actually, the value of a domain name is the price of any person, the organization has to pay in order to purchase a name for their website. The costs can range from a one-digit number to 6- or 7-digit numbers, depending on the valuation factors.
You can look at Moz's rating score or even say ahrefs for that matter. But if you need more options then you can look at estibot, freevaluator, valuate to name a few. I helped on of my clients, who had purchased a domain name from BigRock, sell their domain name at a good price after gaining market understanding and also some help with these tools to verify.
You can check out Moz's rating score or, for that matter, ahrefs. You can, however, look at estibot, freevaluator, and valuate, to mention a few, if you require more possibilities. After learning about the market and getting some assistance from these tools to verify.
I dont think Godaddy estimates are the best or even close. I would just do research on the site. I would look at waybackwhen machine to see what was going on in that domain.
Personally, I don't believe old domains should cost that much anymore since Google essentially resets ( I think it's more like it gets re assesed) domains when they change ownership, they do still carry "weight" for ranking, but it has gotten less and less.
The only reason to pay extra for a domain name is it's a really good name like. www dogtreats com .... <--- but even this is losing its value with Google.
Nothing is really going to give you a 100% answer.
Those tools are not really that accurate. The value of website can easily be manipulated on them by sending traffic to the site from a vendor. It can be any kind of traffic bots, users that arent interested in what you sell so may as well be 0.