I've been in web design for over a year now and my designing skills are half decent, I am not pro, but I already know some stuff. The starter websites in Flippa - like 99% of them are just plain f***ing horrible. I mean, the sellers claim that they will add some "eBooks" that they wrote themselves and state that their value is somewhere between 999999999$ and 999999999999999$. Plus you get amazing, super fantastic, superb logo design for 500$+. And other stuff that's worth millions. All you have to do is buy this cheap ass starter website for 50$. I rarely see websites that are half decent, and they get sold for just about the same price as the others. Only thing that can increase the price is how much buyer gets "in value" or how many eBooks are included with every sale. Shouldn't there be any difference? Seems like average buyers are people who know jack shit about design, marketing, SEO, and other important stuff. The people who sell websites that are lowest quality still have 100% feedback. And my question would be - how is Flippa not bankrupt yet? There is no possible way that websites like could generate "Really high revenue" or "999$ a day". People shouldn't be even taking them for free.