Get a free surety bond quote from Pro Surety Bond today. 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. 800-314-7003 is the only number you need when purchasing surety bonds. Let us give you the best customer service treatment we have to offer. Call the Van Buren Surety Bond Pros at 800-314-7003 !
Call 800-314-7003! What is a surety bond? A surety bond financially enforces a legal agreement. Let's say you are an Auctioneer in the state of Michigan. That's an industry with a lot of financial controls the dictate how you handle the money of the bidders and the sellers. These regulations protect both those parties, and to encourage you continue doing honest business the government requires you to purchase a surety bond before you can receive a license. It does not absolutely have to be a surety bond. It can be any type of security, including your own money, but surity bonds can be had for pennies on the dollar of coverage. All you have to do is show that you or your company are financially strong enough to pay a claim if you have to. In turn the Surety agrees to stand in for you if a claim is made against you, and promises the government it—the surety--will pay your claim in the form of a short-term loan made to you. Since this loan was to you, you have to pay it back to the surety. Pro Surety Bond has over 25 years of combined industry experience. Call even if you think reasonably priced bonding is your of your reach. Call 800-314-7003!
If you are bidding on public projects for the City of Van Buren 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.
46425 Tyler Rd. Van Buren Twp, MI 48111
Van Buren Charter Township is a charter township in Wayne County and it is the 66th most populous community in the state of Michigan. The site that would become Van Buren Township was settled in 1800 by one Henry Snow, near what is now the border with Ypsilanti Township. The community was originally called Snows Landing. Tt would let her take the name West Huron when a post office was established there but in 1835 the township of Van Buren was created. The city was named after Martin Van Buren who then vice president of the United States. Today Van Buren Township is home to Willow Airport, Metro Detroit’s second most busy airport.
If you are starting a business or relocating a business you might want to consider Van Buren, Michigan as your next move. It offers relatively low tax rates, inexpensive utilities, an eager, experience Workforce and a strategic location--all served by the primary modes of transportation. The Economic Development Corporation of Van Buren is focusing its resources on job creation through business growth, retention, and attraction. The city is already the site of many successful business ventures, which come from directly every sector of the economy, including agriculture, manufacturing, power generation, business service, s forestry and fishing, , heavy construction, and manufacturing & logistics. Major employers include Bronson Hospital and Rehabilitation Services, Coca-Cola, MPI research and Entergy nuclear policy. Call the Van Buren Surety Bond Pros Today at 800-314-7003
What are some of the things that a surety bond producer can do for a client? Surety bond producers are more than sales agents. When the client is filling out and application the surety bond producer can review relevant portions the contractor's contract to help him identify the risky provisions that can give rise to claims in the future; they can create a channel of communication between the contractor and the surety company to keep the underwriter apprised of the bond purchaser’s financial state, and they can serve as a resource for helping the contractor connect with relevant business professionals like accountants, attorneys and bankers.
What is a General Indemnity Agreement? The general Indemnity agreement absolves the contractor of final liability of a claim, so you may be wondering why you bought the bond in the first place. You bought a surety bond so you don't have to come up with the large amount of money that you would normally need to provide the guarantee you ‘ve been asked to provide. Surety bond companies understand that financially established businesses rarely default on contracts, and on that basis alone will usually take on the risk of fulfilling any guarantee you have made to another party. Keep in mind however this is not insurance, which means the surely is not responsible for the claim. That means when a surety pays a claim it amounts to a short-term loan, and like any other loan it has to be paid back to the surety. The GIA is the legal document that allows the surety to maximum power to collect on that loan. Give us a call at 800-314-7003.
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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.
|Van Buren DMV Driving School Bond||Van Buren Payment Bond|
|Van Buren Public Official Bond||Van Buren Garage Bond|
|Van Buren Executor Bond||Van Buren Credit Services Organization Bond|
|Van Buren Sheriffs Indemnity Bond||Van Buren Honesty Bond|
|Van Buren Replevin Bond||Van Buren Mortgage Broker Bond|
|Van Buren Notary Bond||Van Buren Off Site Improvement Bond|
|Van Buren Janitorial Service Bond||Van Buren Appeal Bond|
|Van Buren Freight Broker Bond - BMC-84||Van Buren ERISA Bond|
|Van Buren Pharmacy Wholesaler Bond||Van Buren DMEPOS (Medicare) Bond|
|Van Buren Telemarketer Bond||Van Buren Credit Repair Bonds|
|Van Buren Appraisal Company Bond||Van Buren Race & Sports Book Bond|
|Van Buren Lost Instrument Bond||Van Buren Home Health Care Bond|
|Van Buren Supply Bond||Van Buren Emissions Station Bond|
|Van Buren Wage and Welfare Bond||Van Buren Insurance Broker Bond|
|Van Buren Title Agency Bond||Van Buren Pawnbroker Bond|
|Van Buren Utility Bond||Van Buren Travel Agency Bond|
|Van Buren Promoter Bond||Van Buren Auto Dealer Bond|
|Van Buren Mortgage Lender Bond||Van Buren Collection Agency Bond|
|Van Buren Warranty Bond||Van Buren Fidelity Bond|
|Van Buren Cost Bond||Van Buren Business Service Bond|
|Van Buren Bid Bond||Van Buren Supersedeas Bond|
|Van Buren Lost Deed Bond||Van Buren Guardianship Bond|
|Van Buren Labor Bond||Van Buren Talent Agency Bond|
|Van Buren Third Party Administrator Bond||Van Buren Non Resident Cost Bond|
|Van Buren Injunction Bond||Van Buren Health Club Bond|
|Van Buren Employee Theft Bond||Van Buren Auctioneer Bond|
|Van Buren Used Car Dealer Bond||Van Buren Subdivision Bond|
|Van Buren Lottery Bond||Van Buren Performance Bond|
|Van Buren Material Bond||Van Buren Lost Title Bond|
|Van Buren Sales Tax Bond||Van Buren Medicaid Provider Bond|
|Van Buren Contractor’s License Bond||Van Buren Process Server Bond|
|Van Buren Release of Lien Bond|