For a dependable name in surety bonds, call Pro Surety Bond. We specialize in all types of Contract and Construction Bonds including Payment and Performance Bonds, Subdivision and Off Site Bonds, Bid Bonds, License and Permit Bonds, Court Bonds, Fidelity Bonds and all types of Miscellaneous Surety Bonds. We have some of the most attractive rates in surety bonds, so call 800-314-7003. Client support is our middle name for you Keizer surety bonds Call the Keizer Surety Bond Pros at 800-314-7003!
Call 800-314-7003! What are surety bonds? Despite the name, surety bonds have nothing to do with corporate or municipal bonds. Surety bonds are a type of insurance, but rather different from regular insurance. Like regular insurance, surety bonds are a form of risk management, but in the case of regular insurance, it is the purchaser who is covered, and with surety bonds it is a party who asks another party to buy the bond. So say you collect sales tax for the department of taxation in Oregon. There is a certain amount of risk involved for them because the department doesn’t know if you will make your deposit or not. They have you purchase a surety bond to they can rest easy at night. Pro Surety Bond has over 25 years of combined industry experience, toiling away at finding the most affordable rates it can find in its network of underwriters. Call today even if your credit isn’t great. Call 800-314-7003!
If you are bidding on public projects for the City of Keizer you may be required to post a Bid Bond. The Bid Bond guarantees you will be able to provide the Performance Bonds required in the event you are the low bidder. In essence the Bid Bond pre-qualifies you for the work you are bidding on. Not all jobs require bonding but if they do we can assist you with Bid Bonds, and subsequent Performance and Payment Bonds as required by the state. Please call the Contract Bond Team at Pro Surety Bond for more information.
Keizer, population 36.000 is a city in the State of Oregon. The city gets its name from two brothers, Thomas Dove and John Brooks Keizer, two pioneers who came with other settlers. They eventually filed donation land claims, during which transaction the name was misspelled to the current one. The community came into its own fairly late, the 1950s to be exact, when dams were built on the Willamette River. Before that the community was vulnerable to flooding of the river, and in fact was nearly wiped out because of it in 1861. Salem for many years tried to annex the land where Keizer is today, but locals stood up and demanded that they become their own city, and it finally happened in 1982.
Today Keizer is a city of arts, culture and economic activity. It has an annual Iris Festival that takes place in May and is devoted to the local iris-growing industry. Keizer is home to Schreiner’s Iris Gardens, one of the country’s largest growers of commercial iris flowers. There is the Keizer Heritage Museum, inside the Keizer community center which was an old school. Also housed in the building is the Keizer Art Association and the Keizer Chamber of Commerce. All these amenities cost money, which ultimately has to come from taxpayers. For this reason Keizer realizes the importance of small businesses to its survival, and has created the Keizer Small Business Development Center, which provides basic information necessary for opening a business. It also offers counselors, both in the classroom and one on one,. Call the Keizer Surety Bond Pros Today at 800-314-7003!
How do I make sure I find the right bond provider I need? This is a good question, because even though surety bonds don’t take up much time in your life, they are pretty important. Probably the most important thing you can do is do your homework before you settle on a provider. You should investigate whether there are any infractions against your potential provider and has the insurance commissioner in your state every issued a cease and desist order against your potential provider. Another thing you should look at is whether your surety has the adequate resources to back up their clients’ if a claim is made against them. Yet another important thing to think about is whether your surety company is committed to upholding the standards of the surety industry.
Who are the players in a surety bond transaction? A surety transaction consists of three parties: the principal, who is the purchaser of the bond; the obligee, who is the party who needs to be protected from risk, loss or damage they might incur is they do business with you; and the Surety, which sells the bond. In short, the obligee needs the protection, so they require the principal to purchase the bond. The principal applies for a bond and the surety investigates how risky this company is, and from that they determine how much the bond will cost. If the principal does not come through on his obligation to the obligee, the obligee can make a claim against the bond. After an investigation, they surety determines whether the claim has any merit, and pays or doesn’t pay accordingly. Give us a call at 800-314-7003
There are literally thousands of different Surety Bonds to guarantee the performance of businesses and individuals. The following list of are the bonds we most commonly see.
|Keizer Business Service Bond||Keizer Payment Bond|
|Keizer Process Server Bond||Keizer Appeal Bond|
|Keizer Garage Bond||Keizer Janitorial Service Bond|
|Keizer Non Resident Cost Bond||Keizer Pharmacy Wholesaler Bond|
|Keizer Talent Agency Bond||Keizer Notary Bond|
|Keizer Health Club Bond||Keizer Off Site Improvement Bond|
|Keizer Labor Bond||Keizer Home Health Care Bond|
|Keizer Credit Services Organization Bond||Keizer Sales Tax Bond|
|Keizer Third Party Administrator Bond||Keizer Lost Instrument Bond|
|Keizer Telemarketer Bond||Keizer Mortgage Lender Bond|
|Keizer Pawnbroker Bond||Keizer Freight Broker Bond - BMC-84|
|Keizer Sheriffs Indemnity Bond||Keizer Collection Agency Bond|
|Keizer Credit Repair Bonds||Keizer Supply Bond|
|Keizer Public Official Bond||Keizer Contractor’s License Bond|
|Keizer Race & Sports Book Bond||Keizer Performance Bond|
|Keizer Auto Dealer Bond||Keizer DMV Driving School Bond|
|Keizer Medicaid Provider Bond||Keizer Promoter Bond|
|Keizer Travel Agency Bond||Keizer Release of Lien Bond|
|Keizer Lost Title Bond||Keizer Emissions Station Bond|
|Keizer Honesty Bond||Keizer ERISA Bond|
|Keizer Bid Bond||Keizer Cost Bond|
|Keizer Fidelity Bond||Keizer Mortgage Broker Bond|
|Keizer Auctioneer Bond||Keizer Insurance Broker Bond|
|Keizer Warranty Bond||Keizer Lost Deed Bond|
|Keizer Wage and Welfare Bond||Keizer Executor Bond|
|Keizer Subdivision Bond||Keizer Title Agency Bond|
|Keizer Injunction Bond||Keizer Employee Theft Bond|
|Keizer Replevin Bond||Keizer Guardianship Bond|
|Keizer Material Bond||Keizer Supersedeas Bond|
|Keizer Utility Bond||Keizer Lottery Bond|
|Keizer Appraisal Company Bond||Keizer Used Car Dealer Bond|
|Keizer DMEPOS (Medicare) Bond|