When doing an appraisal for a bail bond, there are many factors that an appraiser must consider. Primarily, time is of the essence. While the appraiser is inspecting the house, taking pictures of the comps and formulating an opinion of value, a person is incarcerated, and waiting for the appraisal to come in. Normally this appraisal will make or help this person make bail. Therefore time is definitely of the essence.
Discretion is also very important. When the appraiser is taking pictures and measuring the house, it is important not to disclose what the purpose of the appraisal is. Very often the family does not want to let the neighbors and others know that a loved one is incarcerated. Therefore the more discreetly that you can operate, the more comfortable a process that you can make an uncomfortable time.
Due to the rushed aspect of this process, and the rescheduling of other commitments, the appraisal fee can be significantly higher.
If you are in need of this type of appraisal please go to www.lellisappraisals.com
or call Larry @ 917-837-2744
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