billiardsforum on 9/13/2017 10:02:49 PM
Unfortunately, I don't have much experience with these Jordan pool tables. There are almost zero references to them out there on the internet, and even fewer auction and classified ads for them.
Unfortunately, when there is not market for a specific brand, the best you can do is put it up for sale and gradually lower your price until you get some bites. If you aren't in a rush to sell it, you should set up some alerts on the big classified and auction sites for Jordan pool tables. Monitor the pricing and final sale price if any, and price accordingly.
If you have any more info on the manufacturer, please share it. It may help me locate more info or find more references to past sales.
UPDATE - Haha. So, no sooner than I clicked submit on my reply, did I find a 2015 auction for your exact Jordan pool table model. The pictures there showed me the under-side of the Jordan pool tables. They are pretty much nothing more than a novelty, low-end hobbyist pool table.
This one is at auction for $150 with all of the gear. The one you have, and this one in the photos does not have slate. This means that no serious player would buy this.
Jordan Pool Table w/ Rack, Cue sticks, & Balls - legs are collapsible. 8' L x 50" W x 30" H
Then there is a different 3-piece slate Jordan pool table for sale in Canton, OH for $1150. Doubt they'll get anywhere near that much for it though.
8' Jordan Pool Table - $1150
USA made table features durable Walnut Formica rail tops, solid wood sub rails, 3-piece slate, metal corners, drop pockets with a ball storage area and unique styling!