mihomes - 7:09 pm on Aug 18, 2013 (gmt 0)
I have seen this a lot in the past so this is not necessarily 'new'. They are emd domains, very few pages, very little content, usually fairly new and/or no backlinks, etc. All in all they are usually very poorly done in terms of what you would expect on a typical site.
My opinion... some how these fall through the cracks. The page factors I listed above some how do not trigger the typical results that EMDs have since the algo change.
If you find an old established EMD with 'well done' page factors, lots of content, and lots of backlinks, then THAT would be something of interest and would need more research done because I have yet to see or hear of one in a competitive market.