.org is one of the original top-level domains (TLDs), alongside others like .com, .net, and .edu. The .org extension was initially intended for organizations, particularly those in the non-profit sector.
Despite its original intent, there are no restrictions on who can register a .org domain, making them available to businesses, individuals, and indeed investors.
While .org domains may not typically command the same high prices as .com domains in the resale market, they can still be a valuable addition to an investment portfolio. They are especially attractive if they match well with the mission or values of potential buyers in the non-profit or organizational sectors.