Every bail bonds company in Nevada will tell you they’ve received calls from people who are wanting to know if they are eligible for bail bonds with no money down. While there are certain people who will be eligible for this type of payment plan, these types of bail bonds are very hard to qualify for.
First, the bondsman will want to know what type of charges the defendant has been arrested for, whether they have prior “strikes,” where they live, how long they’ve lived there, the type of work they do and whether they have family that lives in the area.
From there, they’ll want to know if the cosigner owns real property (such as a house or a condo) and whether the property has equity that is equal to, if not exceeds, the defendant’s bail amount. If the bail has been set at $50,000, the property will need to have at least $50,000 in equity.
The bondsman will then ask about the state of the cosigner’s credit. Is it good? Is it shaky? Is it somewhere in the middle?
Lastly, the agent you’re working with will ask what you can afford to pay per month. If the cosigner’s credit score and property report check out, they may find they are eligible for no money down bail bonds.
If you need help with a bail bonds payment plan, we can help. Call our office now at 702-228-2245.
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