February 08, 2020 - Pawn Resources
Pawnbrokers will buy items and sell them later to the general public. Most pawn shops buy pieces of jewelry if they contain gold or diamonds. They are constantly restocking their shelves for customers, and certain items may be in demand more so than others.
Also, pawn shops often buy electronics and tools. When it comes to tools, most pawn shops go for brand names, so if the tool you intend to sell has a recognizable brand name, you’ll get a more money. Truthfully, any used items that you don’t need or use, but still has value, could still interest a pawnbroker. An old laptop, lawnmower, and anything antique, are great items to bring to a nearby pawn shop.
After collecting the items you wish to sell, the next step is finding the best pawn shop. If the shop does not have clientele interested in your merchandise, you will have trouble selling to them. However, other pawn shops may feel different and actually pay a good price if they know someone they can sell to.
Think of PawnGuru as the “matchmaker,” working hard to find the right pawn shop for your item. Pawnbrokers that sign up can send direct offers for specific items submitted by local users. This way when you receive an offer from a shop on PawnGuru you know they’re interested.
Jordan Birnholtz is the cofounder of PawnGuru. An alumnus of the University of Michigan, Jordan started PawnGuru in 2015 with Jon Polter, David Stiebel, and Jessica Zahnd. When he's not working at PawnGuru, Jordan volunteers his time to support undergraduates in building socially-responsible businesses and organizations through Optimize, a program at the University of Michigan.More Articles