google – After registration of the domain in Namecheap, is the default domain page parked bad for SEO?

Leaving a domain parked in the domain registry after registration will not affect your final classification in any way. Leaving a domain name with a default page in the domain registry is very common. Almost all domains are in this state for at least a short period of time. Many stay there for months or years.

Google does not want to index the site while it is parked in the domain registrar. Google says:

Parked domains

Parked domains are placeholder sites with little unique content, so Google does not usually include them in search results.

However, once you place your own content in that domain, Google will track it again and you will immediately notice that it is no longer parked. At that time, Google will index your content very well.

Googlebot has a special code to help you identify parked domains. You will choose not to index the domain while it is parked, but there are no penalties against the domain. You can get the range again at any point you choose to uncheck it.

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The parked domain does not work as expected

I hope this is the correct way. I changed my reseller hosting recently.

One of the domains that I had parked in another domain for more than a decade when I was with my previous host. When I changed my hosting company, I also moved those two domains and parked with one another as before. With my former host, the parked domain worked as expected. The intention was for two domains to show the same content. With my old host, when I wrote the URL of the domain parked in the browser, the URL remained the same and the end user would have no idea that a primary domain exists.

With my new host, when I type the URL of the parked domain, the site loads well, but the URL changes from the parked domain to the main domain. This, for me, is behaving like a redirect and I do not want that. What am i missing here?

Any point in placing ads in a parked domain?

Can you make money with ads in a parked domain? If so, who offers it.

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Possible unfair price to register parked domain.

I would like to create a personal website in a .com domain. My first choice preference in terms of a domain is just my written name (it's not a very common name). Writing this URL in my browser, it took me to this parked domain:
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$ 895 seems a bit expensive for a .com domain with no particular relevance, except for the person with the personal name of this web domain. I am not up to date with the regular prices of the domains nowadays, or is this price really abusive?

If it is the latter, then is there any other way to obtain this domain that is not contacting the owner of this parked domain, or I should go to my second domain name preference (eg, Add my initial of the second name there , domain for what seems to lead to a more reassuring message "ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED")?