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Phoenix Bail Bonds for Real Estate

Using Real Estate for Collateral Real Estate is commonly used to secure bail bonds in Phoenix when the ...
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Phoenix Bail Bonds for Meth Addicts

Methamphetamine, “Meth”, use has reached epidemic proportions in our society.  Wherever it crops its head it leaves devastation ...
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Maricopa County Bail Bonds

Chronicles of a Bondsman – 3

True Stories by a Phoenix Bail Bondsman      A defendant was being held on several dangerous drug ...
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Maricopa County Bail Bonds

Chronicles of a Bondsman – 2

True Stories of a Phoenix Bail Bondsman      I received a call from a Maricopa County Jail inmate ...
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Maricopa County Bail Bonds

Chronicles of a Bondsman – 1

True Stories from a Phoenix Bail Bondsman Although Phoenix bail bondsmen are in the business of selling bonds and getting ...
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5% Maricopa County Bail Bonds

5% Down Bail Bonds

Phoenix Bail Bonds for 5%? Maricopa County Bail Bonds does not provide 5 percent down bail bonds.  The ...
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Signature Bonds

Phoenix Signature Bonds

Signature Bail Bonds We are asked nearly every day by potential clients if we do Signature Bail Bonds.  Signature Bail ...
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Arizona Bail Bonds

Phoenix Arizona Bail Bonds

Phoenix Arizona Bail Bonds      Arizona bail bond companies generally offer free jail information on defendants incarcerated in ...
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Posting Phoenix Bail Bonds with a Credit Card

Posting Bail with a Credit Card is Easy Posting Phoenix Bail Bonds with a credit card is becoming ...
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What are the advantages of using a Bail Bond Company?

Advantages of using a Bail Bond Company A bail bond company takes the bite out of a bond ...
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Maricopa County Bail Bonds

Do you need a Phoenix Bail Bond Company?

Maricopa County Bail Bonds at your Service Do you need a Phoenix Bail Bonds Company offering fast service ...
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What is a Bail Bond Company?

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Phoenix Bail Bonds for Real Estate

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Phoenix Bail Bonds for Real Estate

Using Real Estate for Collateral

Real Estate is commonly used to secure bail bonds in Phoenix when the bonds are usually over $10,000.00, although when nothing else is available we have had clients use real estate to collateralize bonds as small as $2,000.00.  Technically, we could use real estate for any size bond, but because of the work involved in property research, determining value, and recording, real estate for small bonds is not practical.

The process of determining the suitability of property for collateral on a bond is straight forward.  The client provides us with:

  1. Owners name
  2. Property address
  3. Tax assessor’s number or parcel identification number

Other substantiating data like recent appraisal, copy of Deed, legal description, and latest mortgage balance statement may be required.

Once the client has provided the bail bond agent with the basic information, the bail bondsman will order a property report from our Surety or Title Company.  Maricopa County Bail Bonds then carefully reviews the report for several key items.

    1. Today’s discounted market value of the property (discounted for a potential rapid sale)

    a. Location of property

    b. desirability of property

    c. comparable sales

           2. Outstanding liens

  1. a. number of open mortgages

    b. unpaid taxes

    c. personal liens that may affect the property

Once the review process is complete, we simply subtract outstanding liens from the discounted market value to come up with available equity.  If there is enough equity, we write the bond and have the client record the Deed of Trust or Mortgage at the County Recorder’s Office where the property is located.

Sometimes it’s Not So Easy

Occasionally, we hit snags with the evaluation of the property.  Sometimes there are discrepancies of who the legal owner is.  For example, many people use Quit Claim Deeds to switch ownership.  Quit Claim Deeds must be recorded and they only convey the rights that the prior owner had to the property.

Sometimes the owner has died and left the property to his family.  In order for the family to use the property for a bail bond, they must have recorded the legal conveyance of the deceased to the survivors.

Sometimes there are property tax liens, State/Federal income tax liens or child support liens that the property owner is not fully aware of that prevents the property from being used.

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Sometimes the property is upside down.  This term refers to the mortgage or lien being higher than the value of the property.  In other words there is too much debt against the property to secure any size bond.

Maricopa County Bail Bonds is happy to evaluate the suitability of your property for any size bond.  Be aware that any evaluation takes time, so if you don’t have the time to spare, consider buying your bond with cash or credit card.

Maricopa County Bail Bonds

(602) 258-4488

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Phoenix Bail Bonds for Meth Addicts

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Phoenix Bail Bonds for Meth Addicts

Methamphetamine, “Meth”, use has reached epidemic proportions in our society.  Wherever it crops its head it leaves devastation in its wake.  The excessive use of the drug leaves the usual tell-tales signs of open sores on the face and arms, rotted and/or missing teeth and hard to understand speech patterns.  The latter sign is the one which the bondsman is most familiar, as he takes many calls each day from people looking for bail bonds in Phoenix.  Meth leaves the mouth dry, the tongue swells and people who use Meth sound like they have marbles in their mouth.  Add to the fact that Meth users speak very quickly, words soon blend into a mass of nonsense garbled speech.

      My hearing isn’t the best in the world and cell phone coverage can be very bad in spots, but add to this the self-induced speech impediment that regular Meth users possess and you can forget about having an intelligent conversation.    Sometimes in frustration, I just hang-up.  As a bondsman, we get considerably more calls from females than males.  More men are in the Maricopa County Jail than women, so it makes sense that their women would be trying secure bail.  A large percentage of the women I talk to sound like they are on Meth; this isn’t just a few people.  Our office handles thousands of calls per month and we talk to hundreds of people that sound like they have the habit.

     The Meth habit is extremely difficult to break.  Users soon exhaust their money supplies and revert to shoplifting, burglary and robbery to support themselves and their habit.  The ultimate end to this habit is one drug rehab program after another until the person is eventually sent to prison.  I have seen individuals that were sent to prison for years and within months of release they have been picked up again for dangerous drug charges.

     There isn’t much more I can say on this topic other than clients that continue using Meth after I bail them out are generally unreliable, they are unable to maintain their weekly call in with me and they frequently get re-arrested while out on bail.  More often than not I spend my time trying to talk people out of posting bail on Meth addicts.  The likelihood of the Defendant getting into more trouble while on bail is far greater than any good that comes out of releasing them.

Maricopa County Bail Bonds

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Chronicles of a Bondsman – 3

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Chronicles of a Bondsman – 3

True Stories by a Phoenix Bail Bondsman

     A defendant was being held on several dangerous drug charges and his bond was set at $9,000. The Defendant had been to prison before and was most assuredly headed for prison again. Family and friends of the defendant had been calling for days to obtain his Phoenix bail bonds information.  Finally the family came up with the needed cash and the collateral.  They were using an old lady’s home; a modest little place probably only worth $35,000 at the time, but the old woman owned it free and clear of any liens.  The old lady was a friend of the family and just wanted to help out.  Long story short, the Defendant skipped bail and although our bounty hunters put the defendant back in jail, I still had to defend myself against a bail bond forfeiture hearing and pay the bounty hunters for arresting the Defendant.  Final bill came to $1,850.

     The Defendant’s family disappeared into obscurity leaving the old lady holding the bag.  The old lady didn’t have a penny to her name, as she was on Social Security and disability; all she had was this free and clear house that she put up as collateral to help her “friends” bail their son out.  The Defendant’s family would not pay off the debt and were going to let the old lady’s house be foreclosed upon.  Their attitude was “she should have been more careful.”  Phone conversations I had with them proved fruitless, they had not an ounce of moral responsibility for the position they had put their friend in.

     I didn’t have the heart to foreclose on the old Woman’s house so I set her up on a payment plan.  All she could afford was $25.00 per month.  Month after month I received her $25.00 payment, never a miss and never a complaint did I get from her.  One day after about a year of this, I received a check covering the entire balance of the bond debt.  As it happened, the little old lady had a compassionate brother, someone raised just as she had been, who had sold something to take care of her debt.

     The Defendant’s family never offered a penny’s worth of help for the grief they put the old woman through.  It was a real eye opening event for me and a lesson I pass on to my potential clients.

     The Moral of the story; never put up more than you can afford to lose on a bail bond, and be careful who you help lest you be cast into the same fire with them.

Maricopa County Bail Bonds

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Chronicles of a Bondsman – 2

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Chronicles of a Bondsman – 2

True Stories of a Phoenix Bail Bondsman

     I received a call from a Maricopa County Jail inmate who was being held on a $150,000 bond for child exploitation and molestation charges.  The inmate informed me that the Phoenix Police accused him of texting a 13-year old girl to participate in a “sex club”.  The inmate said his phone had been lost or stolen for a month, it couldn’t possibly be him and would I please call his Grandmother so she could post a Phoenix bail bonds.

     When I talked to the grandmother, she said the day he was arrested he was at her house eating supper.  He was texting someone throughout dinner when he suddenly jumped up from the table and went to the bathroom. The doorbell then rang and the police were at the door.  As he was being cuffed he threw his cell phone across the street.  The grandmother went on to say that he had been in trouble from an early age for various charges of molestation.  In the beginning the family shielded him, but now she knows he was guilty all along.  She said her grandson was a classic sociopath, he could not tell the truth and she believed he should be in a “home” for the rest of his life.  The grandmother told me she would never bail him out of jail – she was afraid of him.

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Chronicles of a Bondsman – 1

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Chronicles of a Bondsman – 1

True Stories from a Phoenix Bail Bondsman

Although Phoenix bail bondsmen are in the business of selling bonds and getting people out of jail, there are times we just don’t like to do it.  I got a call the other day from a woman who had found me on the internet by searching for Phoenix bail bonds.  She needed to bail her “fiancé” out of the Maricopa County Jail.  He had a cash only bond for assault, disorderly conduct, preventing the use of a telephone and criminal damage.  This is nothing out of the ordinary; domestic violence cases are extremely common.  What was unusual was this woman had just gotten out of the hospital and was black and blue over most of her visible body.  Her face had claw marks on it, particularly around the eyes.  I couldn’t resist asking how the scratches got there.  The lady remarked casually, “Oh, he was trying to gouge my eyes out.”  The lady also had numerous old wounds and scars on her arms that had not occurred during this incident, which she admitted had been inflicted by him.  As it turned out, the “fiancé” was no stranger to jail; he had a severe drinking problem and had been arrested several times for working this lady over.

What was awful about this particular story was the woman was blaming herself for the incident and felt guilty for calling the police on him.  I assured her that she did the right thing and that both he and she needed some counseling not bail bonds.  She said that she was getting professional support after this latest occurrence and that the prosecutor was demanding prison for the “fiancé”.  I told her that hopefully things will work out, but I couldn’t resist asking, “Why do you want to bail him out of jail?”  She merely said, “I love him.”

Maricopa County Bail Bonds

(602) 258-4488

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5% Down Bail Bonds

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5% Down Bail Bonds

Phoenix Bail Bonds for 5%?

Maricopa County Bail Bonds does not provide 5 percent down bail bonds.  The Arizona Department of Insurance has set the Surety Bond premium rate at 10%.  10% is the minimum rate you can expect to pay for any bond; anything less and the bail bond company is breaking the law.  One or two Phoenix bail bond companies advertise 5% down and offer to set you up on a payment plan for the balance.  They aren’t doing this because times are good and they just want to help you out.  These 5% down companies need to stay a float, they rob Peter to pay Paul.  Their bond forfeiture rate is huge because they not only are desperate to increase cash flow, but they are the same guys that accept insufficient collateral and offer Signature Bonds.

Don’t be baited into low rates, don’t fall into the trap of making payments, and be leary of Signature Bonds or low collateral bonds.  If you can’t make your payment as dictated by the Agreement, the Defendant may be arrested.  If the bondsman has a high risk exposure on your bond and has taken insufficient collateral, or worse yet – your signature.  You can expect him to come knocking if you miss a call-in or are late on a payment.

All Phoenix bail bond companies offering 5% down and no collateral have the following in common:

  1. A very high bond forfeiture rate
  2. A very high bond revocation (arrest) rate
  3. Cash flow problems – difficulty in paying off forfeitures and paying the bills
  4. Slow turn-around times on your cash collateral deposits

 

Don’t be one of the sheep taken to slaughter.  Get the straight facts:

Maricopa County Bail Bonds

(602) 258-4488

 

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Phoenix Signature Bonds

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Phoenix Signature Bonds

Signature Bail Bonds

We are asked nearly every day by potential clients if we do Signature Bail Bonds.  Signature Bail Bonds are bail bonds that are backed by the good word or signature of the Indemnitor (also known as co-signer) on the bond.  No collateral is taken for security because it is presumed that the co-signer’s ability to stand behind the bond and cover any loss is without question.

Signature bail bonds had their start back in the day when most people were gainfully employed and grew up and worked in the same community their family had lived in for years.  Back then a hand shake on a business deal was all that was necessary.  Everyone knew one another and people lived or died by their reputation alone.

A lot has happened to the United States since those days.  People are more transient in nature and it is rare to find a person’s roots tied to a single community for more than a few years, let alone generations.  Unemployment rates are still high from recession and in 2012, 46,700,000 Americans were on food stamps.

Phoenix Bail bond companies  have observed, over the last seven years, that the clients with suitable collateral to secure a bond has diminished with the passing of every year.  Our day is spent analyzing the value of collateral hoping and praying that we can put Phoenix bail bonds together for our clients without having to absorb all of the risk.

Do you Qualify?

Some of the more daring Phoenix bail bond companies are advertising that they will or can do Signature Bail Bonds.  Some of their requirements are:

  1. Stable Job with proof of income
  2. Utility bill for proof of residency
  3. Good credit history
  4. Defendant has little or no failure to appears
  5. 10% of the bond amount in cash or credit/debit card

Another company indicates that they can do signature bonds for some clients, but will charge a 40-50% non-refundable risk premium and/or place the defendant on a GPS ankle monitor.  This company posts the bond in cash.

In any event, if you look over the above requirements, there appears to be little benefit in asking for a Signature Bail Bond.  You are either going to have someone prying into your financial history or charging you an exorbitant fee to take on the added risk of a bail bond without collateral.

Look out for Nervous Bail Bondsman

Phoenix bail bondsmen that have taken little to no security on a bond are bound to be nervous about their investment.  We have heard a number of stories about bail bonds getting revoked due to non-compliance with conditions of release, or failure of a client to make the agreed upon payments.  Getting re-arrested for non-compliance and having your bond surrendered back to the Court means you just wasted all your money and time.  If you plan on playing with fire, do some research on the company you’re working with.

Maricopa County Bail Bond Advice

Our advice is to do a bail bond the right way, put up the required collateral and pay the nominal 10% fee.  If you can’t afford a bond, don’t do it.  Don’t fall into the trap of over-extending yourself.  The consequences of not paying a bondsman or not complying with his conditions of release will land you back in jail.  It’s not like  failing to make a credit card payment, or missing rent for a couple of days; bail bond companies with high risk exposure will pull the plug on you.

 

 

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Phoenix Arizona Bail Bonds

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Phoenix Arizona Bail Bonds

Phoenix Arizona Bail Bonds

     Arizona bail bond companies generally offer free jail information on defendants incarcerated in the county jails throughout Arizona.  As a general rule, most Arizona bail bond companies do a pretty good job of getting their clients accurate information.  When your friend or family member gets incarcerated, it is advisable that you deal with a bondsman in obtaining information.  Jail staff are overloaded by phone calls everyday, often giving the same information to several family members throughout the day. 

     Maricopa County is broken down into two jail systems, municipal jails (police departments) and county jails.  The municipal jails temporarily house inmates before moving them to the Maricopa County Jail.  Municipal jails would prefer providing inmate information once to a qualified bail bond agent who in turn can explain the process and charges to family members.  The bondsman knows what questions to ask and how to properly explain the charges and bail procedures.  The Maricopa County Jail currently uses an automated hotline forproviding routine bail bond information.  If your question is not answered through the automated hotline, you can hold for an operator.  Hold times can be an hour or longer as calls are answered in order of calls received.  Bail bondsman can submit an inmate inquiry to jail staff via email, which when returned, provides the same basic information that the Hotline provides.  The Maricopa County Jail is just too large of a system to provide spot on operator assistance.  Maricopa County Bail Bonds provides free jail information to prospective clients earnestly looking for a Phoenix bail bond.  Call (602) 258-4488 to obtain immediate help.

 

 

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All materials, content and forms contained on this website are the intellectual property of Maricopa County Bail Bonds and may not be copied, reproduced, distributed or displayed without Maricopa County Bail Bonds’ express written permission.

 

 

Posting Phoenix Bail Bonds with a Credit Card

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Posting Phoenix Bail Bonds with a Credit Card

Posting Bail with a Credit Card is Easy

Posting Phoenix Bail Bonds with a credit card is becoming increasingly more popular, particularly with out-of-state clients.  Maricopa County Bail Bonds handles many of these transactions throughout the week.  The appeal of using a credit card on Phoenix bail bonds is many-fold, particularly if the entire bail amount is charged on the card.

  • Transactions can be handled long distance; travel to and from the bail office or jail is unnecessary. The client avoids the traffic and the summer heat of Phoenix.
  • Credit card bonds are fast, as soon as the card is run, the bond can be posted; the client does not need to struggle with documents and recordings required on bonds secured with hard assets like vehicles, real estate, or other collateral
  • Bonds posted with a credit card can save you money. Phoenix Courts are requiring cash only bonds on many of its charges, including child support warrants and drug arrests. Cash-only bonds are charged a higher fee than the usual surety bond if cash is put up by the bail bond company.  Using a credit card for the entire bail amount will save you a bundle on fees and it may be the only option available if you don’t have all the cash.
  • The final advantage of using a credit card on bail bond transactions is the return of funds.  Once the Defendant’s case is completed and the bond exonerated, the bail amount is returned to the card holder (premium fees are retained).  Clients do not have to struggle with getting titles and deeds put back in their names or worry about lien releases.  If the client was making payments on the credit card, the card can now be paid off, or the cash used as they see fit.

Maricopa County Bail Bonds would be happy to discuss your needs on Phoenix bail bonds, call (602) 258-4488.

 

 

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What are the advantages of using a Bail Bond Company?

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Advantages of using a Bail Bond Company

A bail bond company takes the bite out of a bond. Let’s say for example that you want to get a friend out of jail on a five thousand dollar ($5,000) Phoenix bail bond.   As an individual you would need to pay the Court or Maricopa County Jail the whole $5,000 dollars in cash to get your friend out of jail.   Unfortunately for you, the jail does not accept cash from the public; the court only accepts cash from registered bail bondsmen.  However, the jail will accept Western Union Money Orders, US Postal Money Orders and Cashiers’ checks.   Assuming you manage to get the bond posted yourself, the Court will hold on to your $5,000 for an undetermined amount of time until the case is adjudicated and the bond exonerated; it could be months and in some cases years.  The Court will not pay you interest on your money and you cannot retract or surrender your bond.  Only a bail bondsman can surrender a bond or re-arrest the Defendant before he skips out on bail.  Your money will in effect,  be tied up until the Defendant is sentenced.

A Phoenix bail bond company, on the other hand, would only charge you a 10 percent fee to post your bond.  On a $5,000 bond that amounts to only $500.  That $500, fee is nonrefundable, but you won’t have to sell the farm in order to get someone out of jail.  You will, however, need to put up some form of collateral worth at least the bond amount that the Phoenix bondsman will hold onto as security pending the Defendant going to all his hearings; but you get that back upon sentencing or exoneration of the bond.

Maricopa County Bail Bonds understands the Arizona Courts and Jails.  We are familiar with the judges, the attorneys and the jail and court clerks.  We are committed to helping you understand the bail bond process and posting your Phoenix Bail Bonds.  We are happy to answer any of your bail bond questions and to discuss any of your concerns.  Please call 602-258-4488 for immediate service.

 

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All materials, content and forms contained on this website are the intellectual property of Maricopa County Bail Bonds and may not be copied, reproduced, distributed or displayed without Maricopa County Bail Bonds’ express written permission.

 

 

Do you need a Phoenix Bail Bond Company?

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Do you need a Phoenix Bail Bond Company?

Maricopa County Bail Bonds at your Service

Do you need a Phoenix Bail Bonds Company offering fast service with the lowest rates allowed by law?  Maricopa County Bail Bonds has provided bail bonds to Phoenix and surrounding communities for years.  The Maricopa County Jail has over 10,000 inmates incarcerated in several facilities throughout Phoenix, including:

  • 4th Ave Jail
  • Durango Jail
  • Estrella Jail
  • Lower Buckeye Jail
  • Tent City Jail
  • Towers Jail

Obtaining a bail bond for an inmate in a Phoenix jail can be a daunting task. Choosing a reliable Phoenix bail bond company is no easy matter and can be as difficult as finding a reliable used car. Maricopa County Bail Bonds takes the time to explain to its clients the bail bond process.  We have learned that a knowledgeable client that understands the process and risks is more likely to be satisfied.

Maricopa County Bail Bonds offers flexible solutions for collateral requirements and can provide many alternatives to its clients.  We learned a long time ago that the bail bond must be customized to fit the client, not the other way around.  If you need help in Phoenix, be sure to call Maricopa County Bail Bonds (602) 258-4488.

 

 

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All materials, content and forms contained on this website are the intellectual property of Maricopa County Bail Bonds and may not be copied, reproduced, distributed or displayed without Maricopa County Bail Bonds’ express written permission.