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At Susan Scotto Allison, we understand that when you need a bail bond, you're likely feeling stressed. That's why we work hard to make getting a bond appraisal as stress-free as possible. We've answered a few questions about bail bond appraisals below. If you don't see the answer to your question below, contact us and we'll get back to you soon.
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What are bail bond appraisals?
Bail bonds can be used to temporarily discharge people from law enforcement custody, and they can be "purchased" with cash or other assets — like property. First, the home's value must be determined so the court can ensure that it will cover the set amount of the bond. To begin, a licensed appraiser must determine the estimated value of your home using a bail bond appraisal. This is called a property bond.
When is a bail bond appraisal required?
A bail bond appraisal must be performed if you want to put your home up as collateral. This is a good alternative if a loved one is incarcerated and you are unable to put down cash or other assets as collateral to release them from custody.
How do bail bond appraisals work?
Bail bond appraisals, like other appraisals, consist of a home inspection, followed by a report written by the appraiser explaining various parts that determine the value of a property. You can count on the estimates performed by Susan Scotto Allison thanks to our extensive experience, knowledge of the area, and conformity to the Appraisal Foundation standards and regulations.
What do I do if I need a bail bond appraisal fast?
You're in a time-sensitive situation, and when it comes to getting your loved one out of custody fast, we're ready to help. When you order a bail bond appraisal through Susan Scotto Allison, we want you to rest assured that your appraisal is our top priority. Contact us now, and we'll work to facilitate the request. But your appraisal order needs to be both fast AND accurate. Using your property as collateral relies on the value of the property — typically, it must be valued at 150% to 200% the cost of the bail bond. While we promise a fast appraisal, we refuse to cut corners that result in an inaccurate estimate of your property.
Information for bondsmen
Are you a bondsman in need of a bail bond appraiser? Look no further. Contact us to learn more about our appraisers and services.