Category : Beverly Loan Company
End-of-year and holiday expenses can provide challenges for small and medium sized businesses. From year-end bonuses to holiday employee parties and client gift-giving, this time of year can strain the budgets of the most fiscally responsible companies. Collateral loans can be a viable solution, and many turn to collateral lenders in the absence of traditional […]
The owners of Beverly Loan will open a new location in the International Gem Tower in New York City’s Diamond District in spring 2013. The New York branch of the company will be called New York Loan Co., and will be headed by Jordan Tabach-Bank, president and CEO of Beverly Loan Co.
Jordan delivered a one-hour talk to the industry’s leading pawnbrokers on the secrets to Beverly Loan’s success.
There were some ups and downs on this week’s show, the final one of the season. A man brought in a Superman costume allegedly worn by George Reeves in the original 1950’s television show The Adventures of Superman. He had recently bought it at an auction for $1,700 and aggressively insisted that it was now […]
p>Jordan stole the show this week by doing something incredibly generous. A woman came in to sell a few items that had belonged to her father in order to help pay for her young daughter’s education. The items were awesome props from the iconic film The Blues Brothers, a 1980 musical comedy starring John Belushi […]
There were a few difficult sellers on this week’s episode. It made for some tough negotiations, but it also gave the dealers a chance to shine, and show that dealing is what they do best. Generally, it was not Jordan’s week, but not for a lack of trying!
A woman this week brought in a flower dress worn by Marilyn Monroe. Monroe wore the dress during the filming of Something’s Gotta Give in May 1962. Monroe died three months later, and the film was never completed. She waited to visit Jordan last, after rejecting the other dealers’ offers, knowing that Jordan regularly buys […]
This week on Final Offer, a husband and wife brought in a guitar owned by Kurt Cobain and played by Cobain during Nirvana’s first major tour in 1989. Jordan didn’t get a chance to make an offer on the item and it was sold to another buyer for $10,500. In the end though, the owner likely regretted his choice as Jordan said that he would have easily paid $25,000 for it knowing that similar guitars have recently sold for $100,000.
Jordan Tabach-Bank’s recent feature in Interview Magazine.
p>By Anna Chan How much would you pay for a piece of music history? Four of the country’s top experts on collectibles got to ask themselves that question when one of Nirvana rocker Kurt Cobain’s smashed guitars went up for sale, and Discovery’s new show “Final Offer” was there to capture the bidding. Discovery shared […]