Kagan & Company: How to wisely turn your valuables in for cash

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Kagan & Company was founded by Vernon and Jordan Kagan. Vernon founded and owned the nationally renowned Smart Jewelers in the Chicago area for over 50 years until his retirement, and was known for carrying luxury Watches from Rolex to Tag Heuer along with designer jewelry brands like Roberto Coin.

The staff members at Kagan & Company serve as trusted advisors while buying and brokering valuables and collectibles. They handle sterling silver flatware and tea sets, luxury watches, gold, jewelry, coins and other items. They are happy to provide you a free evaluation at their office or in the comfort of your home. There’s no need to bring that heavy flatware set to them.

While there are many options of where to turn one’s valuables into money, others are not the wisest choice either for individuals or for professionals to recommend to their clients.

According to Kagan & Company president Jordan Kagan, the events at hotels or “cash for gold” stores notoriously offer as little as half of what Kagan & Company offer when staff members first evaluate items. In addition, Kagan & Company said that auction or consignment houses often will only consider artwork or other old items over $5,000 and often charge high fees that can equal 40 percent to 50 percent of the selling price, or higher.

Kagan & Company offer strictly confidential and no-hassle appointments in its Northbrook office or even in your own home.

Call Jordan Kagan at (847) 897-5781 if you have any questions or to set up an appointment. Whatever the need — including downsizing, inheritance, needing money, divorce, or simply having an item of value that you no longer want to insure any longer — call Kagan & Compnay today for a free, no-hassle evaluation.

Kagan & Company is located at 555 Skokie Blvd., Suite 500, in Northbrook. Visit the website at www.kaganandcompany.com.

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