Turn Cool Stuff
Into Cold Cash.
Anybody who says money can’t buy happiness has never been broke.
For the rest of us, Fort Jewelry & Loan is here to help with the cash you need for rent or mortgage, unexpected car repairs, bills, and whatever else life throws at you.
And we’re not just here to help with bad news. If you need money to fund something fun, we’ll turn your cool stuff into the cold cash you need to make it happen.
From jewelry and gems to tools and TVs, from guns and guitars to motorcycles, mowers and more, we’re interested in just about everything. If you’re unsure, just ask.
Get a loan, make a sale, or do some shopping. Whatever works for you works for us.
At Fort, we make getting a loan simple and easy. No application necessary.
We offer larger loans for lower interest than you’ll find anywhere else. We’re talking $5 to 50,000 for just 3% monthly interest against collateral for an estimated APR of 40% including all applicable fees.
Our loan terms are set at 90 Days, plus you can extend your loan for years by paying interest and storage. You can pay off the loan or sell the item if you decide you don’t need it anymore.
FAQ: Fort Answers Questions
How fast can I get a loan?
About 10 minutes.
How long do I have to leave my stuff with you?
There’s no minimum holding period. Pick your things up whenever you want.
Can I extend my loan?
Yes. Just pay the charges due.
What can I pawn?
Just about anything of value – jewelry, gold,
power tools, musical instruments, electronics, rifles,
shotguns, and more. (Yes, we take rifles and shotguns.)
Can I have more than one loan?
Yes. If you’ve got things to pawn, we’ll give you
as many loans as you want.
Can I just sell my things?
Of course. You bring it. We’ll buy it.
We’ve Been Here.
We’ll Be Here.
Fort Jewelry & Loan has been around since 1944. (We used to be called Sid’s Loans.) In 1974, we moved from Detroit to Lincoln Park, and we’ve been
here ever since.
Through three generations and more than 75 years, we’ve been giving people the loans they need, selling them the goods they want, and treating everyone that walks through our doors with the respect they deserve.