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We purchased the domain name we originally wanted yesterday. Not through go daddy.

Once it is transferred to us what if any maintenance fees will we owe?
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When you purchase a domain normally you register it in your own name and address or company name.

The only direct costs for domain names are the actual purchase and then the renewal every 2,3,4,5,6 years depending on your choice.

Depending on where you are transferring the domain to a lot of registrars may charge a transfer/admin fee, however, if you have registered with someone else such as host papa or 123-reg  they may offer to transfer the domain over for free if you are signing up for hosting services.
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