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At Utah Estate and Trust Appraisals, 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 we can. We've answered a few questions about appraisals for bail bonds below. If your question isn't answered below, let us know and we'll get back to you soon.
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What are appraisals for bail bonds for?
Bail bonds can be used to temporarily release people from police custody, and they can be "bought" with cash or other assets — like a house. Before a home or property can be used as a bond, the court must ensure that it's valued at more than the dollar cost of the bond. A professional appraiser will perform a bail bond appraisal to analyze the value of your home so that it can be used for bail bond. This is known as a property bond.
When is a bail bond appraisal required?
An appraisal must be performed if you want to put your home up for collateral. If a loved one is in jail and you can't afford to pay cash for the bond, a property bond can be used to allow them out of police custody.
What happens in a bail bond appraisal?
A bail bond appraisal is similar to other kinds of appraisals — an appraiser inspects a property, then writes a report describing how they estimated the value. You can depend on the estimates performed by Utah Estate and Trust Appraisals thanks to our experience, knowledge of the Ephraim area, and conformity to the Appraisal Foundation standards and regulations.
How fast can I get a bail bond appraisal?
We understand that speed is essential, and we want to help get someone you care for out of custody quickly. When you order an appraisal through Utah Estate and Trust Appraisals, we want you to rest assured that your order is our top priority. Contact us today, and we will work to facilitate your request. But your appraisal order needs to be both quick AND accurate. The ability to use your property as collateral relies on the value of the property — normally, it must be valued around 150% to 200% the cost of the bail bond. And at Utah Estate and Trust Appraisals, we'll work hard to ensure your appraisal is fast, but we will not skimp on the details that constitute a top-notch, accurate appraisal.
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.