A property bond involves the use of personal property to secure the financial responsibilities of the bond. In most cases, the value of the property used must be at least one and a half times the total value of the bond. For example, property valued at $150,000 would be needed to secure a bail bond of $100,000. Real estate, jewelry automobiles, boats, and certificates of deposit hold value and work well when used to secure a bail bond. The item must be owned with no liens or title holds placed on them. If the property has a title or document of ownership, it must be turned over to the bail bond agent at the time the bond contract is signed.
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