Sometimes it is useful to obtain some automated valuation for a name you are researching. As an example. I'll use my name that was the centre of the Afternic listing discussion on Name Pros. To view this thread click this link - https://www.namepros.com/threads/unwanted-afternic-listing-request.1033373/ The name is JointCarInsurance.com - http://www.jointcarinsurance.com/. Clicking that link will take you to the Name Silo sales landing page.
Estibot is probably the most popular valuation site. It allows for one free valuation every day, and it values JointCarInsurance at $1,600. It provides some other basic information about the name. The link is https://www.estibot.com/verify.php?data=jointcarinsurance.com&type=
Free valuator is even more erratic with its valuations. It values JointCarInsurance.com at just 12 Euros. For some reason that EU lot seem to have all sorts of delusions about their importance, and the value of their currency. Anyway, here is the link - Free valuator
Site price values the name and the site associated with it, so you can use it for checking names on a drop list. It values JointCarInsurance.com at $50, and it provides a bit more information about the domain and the hosting. Check the listing here - Site Price
Stat chest values the name at $320, and it tries to provide some extra info such as estimated number of visitors per day, and an Alexa ranking. Check the listing here - Stat Chest valuation
Calculator Web gives a price range of $230-$460 as a valuation. You can check the valuation by clicking this link - Calculator Web valuation
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$47 is the value put on this domain name by this valuation site. It is another site that includes bounce rates and page authority in its calculations. The link is here - Value my domain name
Valbot puts the value at $100, and it also tries to estimate some of the traffic and site stats. Te link is here - Valbot
As you can see, the values vary quite a bit, and many of them are based on the sales landing page. As an experiment, I may monetise the name, and revisit the valuations in a few months.