Best Gold Buyer in Albuquerque to Sell Gold & Diamond Jewelry for Highest Cash Price: Helpful Tips
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dozens of new businesses have sprouted up offering "cash for gold" in
the Albuquerque area. Jewelry stores, gold exchanges, pawn shops and
other traditional gold buyers have become more aggressive. Mail-in and
hotel gold buyers are advertising heavier than ever. Even places
unrelated to jewelry, such as payday loan and check-cashing centers, are
hopping on the bandwagon.
With gold prices sky high, many believe that it makes sense turning
unwanted jewelry into more useful cash. What was worth $500 just a few
years ago will now bring about $2,000. Moreover, after witnessing the
huge rise and fall of the housing and stock markets, some argue that
metal prices are no different--and may fall drastically as well.
So if the "sell now" decision has been made, here are some helpful tips
offered by National Jewelry Buyers, a prominent gold and diamond
buyer in Albuquerque:
SHOP AROUND. Always get more than one quote. "You'll be amazed
how far apart offers can be. We love our policy of 'no games & no
negotiating--just our best straightforward offer.' Customers really
appreciate it," says one employee.
COMPARE "TOTAL AMOUNT." Do not bother asking how much they pay
per gram or percentage of gold. Just get a total dollar amount they will
pay for your jewelry. By comparing just this bottom
line offer, you'll avoid falling prey to the misleading tactics
some dealers use to make their offers merely "sound" great.
SELL DIAMONDS TO A DIAMOND BUYER. Despite signs reading
"buying diamonds," most cash-for-gold businesses will actually pay
nothing for diamonds and are only interested in melting the gold.
National Jewelry Buyers is one of the few specialized gold and
diamond buyers in Albuquerque, where your diamonds will be graded and
appraised by an expert.
PLACES TO SELL YOUR JEWELRY? "When you think of buying
appliances, you think of Sears or Best Buy. When you want household
supplies, you go to Walmart or Target. Use the same logic," says Romie
Salem, owner of National Jewelry Buyers. "Sell your valuables to a
strong, specialized, reputable place." His opinion on places to avoid:
Pawn shops are useful for "pawning" something temporarily. They
will rarely pay highest to buy your gold jewelry outright.
Check-cashing, payday loans or other business that buy gold as a
"sideline" part of their business don't have the jewelry expertise
required to make the best offer.
Mail-In centers and fly-by-night hotel buyers that set up on
weekends will not be your best venue. If you live in a rural area where
a strong gold buyer is simply not available, it will usually be worth
driving to the nearest city where a reputable gold exchange is open.
For more information, including current market prices and other details
on getting the most for your jewelry, visit www.nationaljb.com.