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At Appraisals by Kana, LLC, we know that if you need a bail bond, your situation may be stressful. That's why we work hard to make getting a bond appraisal as painless as possible. Being in such a situation, you'll probably have questions, and we've tried to answer a few of the more common ones below. If you don't see the answer to your question here, get in touch and we'll get back to you soon.
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What is a bail bond appraisal?
Bail bonds can be used to temporarily discharge people from police custody, and they can be "bought" with cash or other assets — like a house. But first, the property value must be established so the court can ensure that it covers the bond cost. To begin this process, a professional appraiser can assess the estimated value of your home with a bail bond appraisal. This is known as a property bond.
When is a bail bond appraisal required?
A bail bond appraisal must be performed if you want to put your property up for a bond. If someone close to you is in jail and you can't afford to pay cash for collateral, a property bond can be used to allow them out of police custody.
How do bail bond appraisals work?
A bail bond appraisal is similar to other appraisals — an appraiser inspects a property, then writes a report explaining how they determined the value. You can trust the estimates performed by Appraisals by Kana, LLC thanks to our extensive experience, familiarity with the area, and compliance with the Appraisal Foundation standards and regulations.
How soon do I get a bail bond appraisal?
We understand that time is of the essence, and we want to help get your loved one out of custody fast. When you request a bail bond appraisal with Appraisals by Kana, LLC, we want you to know that your appraisal is our highest priority. We're willing to facilitate your appraisal, so contact us today. But you don't just need an appraisal fast — you need an accurate one, too. Since you can only use a property as a bond if it covers the cost of the bail bond (usually, your property needs to be worth at least 50% to 100% more than the cost of the bond), your appraisal needs to be precise. So while we ensure a fast appraisal, we won't cut corners that result in an inaccurate estimate that doesn't reflect the value of your property.
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