Pro Surety Bond's only job is to get you the best rates we can find on your 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. Contacting us at 800-314-7003 will put you in contact with an experienced agent. Our bond counselors would love to answer your questions! Call the Whittier Surety Bond Pros at 800-314-7003!
Call 800-314-7003! Why do I need a surety bond? Can I just put up some of my own money as a guarantee? A lot of the people who call us want answers to these questions, but we first need to discuss why you need a surety bond in the first place. Let's say you own a money order selling business. The regulations in that industry are onerous since you are handling other peoples' money, and regulators will levy a heavy fine against you if you're caught breaking those regulations. But at the same time they want to make sure that you aren't going to run out without paying the fine, so they make you take out a surety bond to back yourself up. Now, you could put up your own money to that end, but it would really eat up a lot of your resources and it would almost certainly affect your credit. Pro Surety Bond puts its money where its mouth is every day when hunting down the best rates for all its clients, good or bad credit. Call 800-314-7003!
If you are bidding on public projects for the City of Whittier 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.
Whittier, California got its start as a land grant by the King of Spain that included 300,000 acres of what is now Los Angeles County and Orange County. The part that would become Whittier would amount to 160 acres of land acquired in 1868 by one Jacob Perkins, a German immigrant who paid $234 to the U.S. government for the land. The city really started ramping up when the Southern Pacific Railroad built the first railroad spur to Whittier. After that lots were sold, homes and businesses built, and the citrus industry laid down its roots, so that by the first decade of the 20th century nearly 1000 railroad cars of citrus fruits were shipped annually. In the same period Whittier college was established in the city continued to prosper. After World War Two came the sub developments, larger and larger annexations of local communities (the latter of which today are widely recognized as upscale and dynamic). Today, the city of Whittier is a modern suburb of Los Angeles and is dedicated to providing a healthy and safe community, the top notch infrastructure, and the usual amenities like Parks and recreational opportunities.
Whittier economic development has declared the theme for the future is "growing Whittier - planning the future, preserving the past." The city is serious about maintaining the historical integrity of the community while recognizing the importance of remaining up to date and flexible for changes in the economy. They hope that by providing assistance to business owners they can create high-paying jobs which will increase the tax base and make more amenities possible to the residents. The city is committed to a quality of life that is balanced for everyone who works, lives, shops and plays in the city, while facilitating the growth, diversification and stability of the economy. Top employers in Whittier include the Presbyterian Inter Community Hospital with about 2600 employees, the Whittier Union High School District with about 1000 employees, the Whittier Hospital Medical Center with about 850 employees and the Whittier City School District with over 700 employees. Call the Whittier Surety Bond Pros Today at 800-314-7003!
Opening a small business in Whittier is one of the best decisions you could make. But if you're applying for business license, you may have already discover that you need a surety bond before you can get one. That's ok, almost every other industry requires one as well. Do you run a shuttle service at one of the large airports in California? If so there are safety regulations which govern that industry. Are you an educator embarking on a sabbatical leave? If so the education code section require that you take out a bond as a condition for taking that leave. Are you a skilled care facility owner? If so there are regulations which cover that industry as well. Even if you don't own a business like the ones above, it's almost certain that your industry needs one just like theirs. Pro Surety Bond has over 25 years of combined industry experience searching high and low for the best surety bond rates it can find for its clients, and there's no reason we can do for you as well.
We will not try to convince you that surety bonds are the most important thing in the world. We know if you're reading this that you must need one, but we know that you need to get it done as soon as possible. That's why we think you should call us right and allow us find you the best deal on your surety bond. However it's your decision on who to choose as a provider, and we won't pressure you. We do think you should keep a couple of things in mind when settling on a provider. First is will the provider go to the ends of the earth to uncover the best priced premiums he can find, and will the customer service experience he provides bring you back year after year? We at Pro Surety Bond think that we can do both of these things, and all we ask that you give is a chance by giving us a call right now. 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.
|Whittier Release of Lien Bond||Whittier Medicaid Provider Bond|
|Whittier Auto Dealer Bond||Whittier Supply Bond|
|Whittier Collection Agency Bond||Whittier Payment Bond|
|Whittier Used Car Dealer Bond||Whittier Mortgage Lender Bond|
|Whittier Guardianship Bond||Whittier Lost Deed Bond|
|Whittier Credit Repair Bonds||Whittier Supersedeas Bond|
|Whittier Fidelity Bond||Whittier Utility Bond|
|Whittier Performance Bond||Whittier Lost Title Bond|
|Whittier Title Agency Bond||Whittier Mortgage Broker Bond|
|Whittier Labor Bond||Whittier Business Service Bond|
|Whittier Home Health Care Bond||Whittier DMEPOS (Medicare) Bond|
|Whittier Material Bond||Whittier Insurance Broker Bond|
|Whittier Replevin Bond||Whittier Process Server Bond|
|Whittier Lottery Bond||Whittier Public Official Bond|
|Whittier Appraisal Company Bond||Whittier Off Site Improvement Bond|
|Whittier Credit Services Organization Bond||Whittier Warranty Bond|
|Whittier Cost Bond||Whittier Pharmacy Wholesaler Bond|
|Whittier Executor Bond||Whittier Subdivision Bond|
|Whittier Lost Instrument Bond||Whittier Freight Broker Bond - BMC-84|
|Whittier Promoter Bond||Whittier Emissions Station Bond|
|Whittier Contractor’s License Bond||Whittier Wage and Welfare Bond|
|Whittier Honesty Bond||Whittier Employee Theft Bond|
|Whittier Sales Tax Bond||Whittier Bid Bond|
|Whittier Travel Agency Bond||Whittier Telemarketer Bond|
|Whittier Non Resident Cost Bond||Whittier Appeal Bond|
|Whittier Garage Bond||Whittier Sheriffs Indemnity Bond|
|Whittier Third Party Administrator Bond||Whittier Auctioneer Bond|
|Whittier Notary Bond||Whittier Injunction Bond|
|Whittier Janitorial Service Bond||Whittier Talent Agency Bond|
|Whittier ERISA Bond||Whittier Health Club Bond|
|Whittier Pawnbroker Bond||Whittier Race & Sports Book Bond|
|Whittier DMV Driving School Bond|