TVStand.com has been in a lineup of furniture stores for our company. We have had plans for years to turn our attention to it and begin investing money in marketing it, placing Google ads, improving on-site SEO, etc. But one of our other furniture stores has totally taken off and we have not had time to work on this (or our other stores).
We are 100% confident this store could explode if it was given the care it deserves (including adding new products, updating the look & feel of the site, and investing in marketing). So now we are ready to hand that off to someone else...
We have literally been ignoring and forsaking this site for a couple years, so the numbers don't look very good. But we assure you it has tons of potential (our other furniture store is hitting $1m in total sales this month). We have used the drop-ship method for all of our sites, where we don't physically inventory anything. We just list the products as the "middle man," and when someone purchases a product we place the order with that particular manufacturer warehouse, and they ship it straight to the customer (and we take our cut). It's a great model.
We spent a few weeks building out this site, and added a decent amount of products to get us started. The store itself it probably worth around $5k for the work we put into it, and the work we put into getting set up with manufacturer relationships. Greater value is in the domain (tvstand.com), which we paid $35k for in 2011. It is a super premium, short domain name with a clear path to great branding. But we are selling both the store, already with a great foundation, and the domain name, for $19k. We just need to hone in our focus on our other store, so the extraneous stores have to be sold for a bit of extra capital.
If you have any questions, please let me (Kevin) know. I am the Managing Partner of the company and would be glad to answer any questions you have.