A pawn shop is a business that will give you a cash loan in exchange for household items like jewelry, electronics, and firearms. When you pawn an item, the pawnbroker keeps your item as collateral until you repay the loan plus interest. If you do not repay the loan, the pawnbroker will sell your item to the public to recoup losses.
All that is required is a valid, government issued, picture ID and the item you wish to borrow money on.
We accept firearms, gold, Rolex and solid gold watches, sporting goods, TV's, Blu Ray players, stereos, laptops, musical instruments, tools and many, many other items. As long as it is in good condition, operational, and holds some value, we will most likely consider it for a loan. Remember to bring all necessary cables, remotes, accessories, etc.
Loan amounts depend on the market value and condition of the item, as well as, your account standing with our business.
Loan terms are for 30 days, with a 7 day grace period. You are not required to redeem your item after the first 30 days, however. If additional time is needed, an interest payment can be made to extend your loan another 30 days from the initial due date. There is no limit to how long an item can remain in pawn and no limit to the number of items that can be in pawn at one time.
Due to our strict confidentiality of customer records, we would prefer that you come into the store to discuss your account. Very limited information may be given over the phone.
You can still redeem your pawn as long as you have your valid, government issued, ID. If you do lose your ticket, please let us know so that we can note your account.
Active duty military members receive a 3 percent lower interest rate on loans.
Yes, your valuables will be protected by surveillance cameras, alarms and a safe. We also keep detailed records of all transactions.
Yes, we require 10% down with no hidden fees and unlimited time to pay. We do, however, require a payment of at least 10% monthly to keep your item in layaway. Guns require 20% down and 20% per month and must be picked up within 90 days.