David Goldstein, founder of Biltmore Loan, explains why they are different from a traditional pawnshop or corner gold buyer.
Biltmore Loan Pays And Lends The Most In Arizona
Biltmore Loan and Jewelry is a reputable and trusted professional purchaser of high-value assets and collateral lender in Phoenix, Arizona with over 30 years experience in asset evaluation and appraisal. Staffed with knowledgeable, professional, and friendly buyers at two locations in the Valley (Chandler and Scottsdale), Biltmore Loan is superior to any pawn shop or corner gold buyer.
How it works
Cash is paid immediately if you accept Biltmore loan’s offer. Items purchased or loaned by Biltmore Loan comprise of a wide array of high-value assets, including pieces that are not typically accepted in pawn shops. We pay exceptional premiums on valuables such as fine art, jewelry, designer watches, designer handbags, coins, antiques and collectibles. Using the Free appraisal button in the upper-right corner, please provide a few pieces of information about the item(s) you have. A representative will contact you to discuss details on the same or following business day. In addition, phone calls are always welcome to the location of your choice during normal business hours.
Below in a breakdown of some of the items Biltmore Loan purchases or loans on:
Instead of collecting dust, let your antiques generate cash. If you have collectibles sitting in storage or the attic, you can sell or use them as collateral for a loan. Some of the antiques and collectibles we accept are:
Are you a lover of the arts? You can sell some of the artwork you own or use them as collateral for a loan. Biltmore Loan is mainly interested in signed, collectible, and numbered pieces such as paintings, photographs, sculptures, bronze statues, and more. Some of the artwork we accept are from the following artists:
Jewelry and diamonds can add dazzle and sparkle not just to an outfit, but also to important life events such as anniversaries, birthdays, and other special moments. But aside from that, owning these high-value accessories can also have a financial advantage. Biltmore Loan is a known jewelry buyer in Arizona that purchases and grants collateral loans on gold, silver, diamond and precious stone jewelry. We accept:
We will pay the largest premiums for signed pieces such as:
Crafted with the finest materials and elegant aesthetics, designer handbags are a must-have for people who wouldn’t compromise on style and quality. But aside from adding flair with how you carry your essentials in tow, designer handbags can also help you bridge a financial need. Authentic designer handbags, purses, wallets, totes, and luggage are included in the list of high-value pieces that Biltmore Loans purchases or accepts as collateral for a loan. Some of the designer brands we accept are:
Luxury timepieces are staple accessories where functionality meets style. But aside from timekeeping and subtly showing your character, high-end watches can also be used in a collateral loan. Biltmore Loan will purchase and grant loans on fine men’s and women’s watches. We pay top-dollar on the following brands of timepieces:
Please visit the watches we loan on page for more information and an extensive list of the brands we accept.
Get an Appraisal
If you have antique pieces that are not listed above, but you think may be valuable enough to sell or use as collateral, please get in touch with us. Biltmore Loan will be more than happy to look at your items for free. Please fill up an appraisal form to schedule a no-obligation appraisal from us. Meanwhile, you can also go straight to our offices. Walk-ins are accepted at our Chandler and Scottsdale locations.
No need to set an appointment!
670 N 54th St, Chandler, AZ 85226
10830 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
If you have any inquiries or want to know more about what we do, please feel free to call us. Otherwise, you can browse through the pages of our website to get more information about our services. You can begin with our how it works page to get an overview about Biltmore Loan.