New Mexico pawn shops offer short term monetary loans in exchange for an item of value that is given to the pawn broker. Over 80% of pawn shop loans are repaid and the items are returned. Please make sure to review New Mexico state law on the interest rates and transaction fees pawnbrokers can charge. These pawn shops serve Albuquerque, Ruidoso, Santa Fe, Vanderwagen and surrounding areas.


Albuquerque Pawn Shop
501 Lomas Blvd NW, Albuquerque NM 87102
505-242-5732 –

Dylan Jones Jewelry Ltd
5003 Menaul Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87110
505-888-1331 –

Perry Null Trading Company & Cash Pawn
1710 S Second St, Gallup NM 87301-5819
505-863-5249 –

Fire Power Gun & Pawn
332 Sudderth Dr, Ruidoso NM 88345
575-257-3943 –

Hock Shop
316 Read St, Santa Fe NM 87501
505-983-6120 –

Joe Milo’s Trading Co
1628 S Highway 602, Vanderwagen NM 87326
505-778-5531 –



Common Pawnbroker Question:
Q: Do pawn shop customers enjoy the same protections that customers of other financial institutions enjoy?
A: No. Pawn shop transactions require reporting to local law enforcement agencies often on a daily basis and includes personal information. This is done to prevent criminals from being able to utilize pawn shops.

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