Contact our team of outstanding agents at 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. All you need to do is call 800-314-7003 or 702-800-7007. When you do you'll understand why our clients walk away with a smile on their face. Call the Nevada Surety Bond Pros at 800-314-7003 or 702-800-7007.
Call 800-314-7003 or 702-800-7007. In the bond industry, there is nothing that sets you apart from the competition like having a knowledgeable staff. We can get you the quote often on the same business day. If you have great credit, it helps a lot, but even if you don't, it won't hurt to give us a call to find out what your options are. We have programs to match just about every need. Call 800-314-7003 or 702-800-7007.
If you are bidding on public projects for the City of Nevada 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 city. Please call the Contract Bond Team at Pro Surety Bond for more information.
Call 702-800-7007 or 800-314-7003. In its early days, Nevada wasn't considered much of a place anyone would want to call home. Most of it is either desert or mountains, and while each can be beautiful in their respective ways, they aren't any good for growing crops. But Nevada has always attracted those who dare to be different, and brought their--for lack of a better word--libertarian beliefs with them. At the turn of the 20th century, Nevada had a population of about 40,000. But then they openly embraced the vice of gambling, made it a lot easier to marry and get a divorce, and they legalized prostitution. These things led to an economic and population boom the likes of which had never been seen.
Needless to say, the Nevada economy continues to thrive, even if things slowed down in some places. Of course gamblers usually have a lot of money to spend, and there are the additional attractions like national parks, the mining industry and skiing. With all this action comes a need for businesses small and large to equip them, and this has made Nevada attractive for many. Naturally there will be governmental regulations to be followed and being bonded is one of those regulations. The government needs to be sure that you are an honest business person and simply ask you to used a bond to secure that trust. Call the Nevada Surety Bond Pros at 800-314-7003 or 702-800-7007.
When you get down to brass tacks it's trust that bonds offer. In fact some people buy extra bonding in addition to their regular liability to cover all the bases. These bonds say one important thing: I am reliable. If you have a business that sends employees to work on the premises of another company, like the janitor business, you will need to prepare for the possibility that one of your employees may cause damage or steal something from your client.
Have you been dreaming of opening a boutique in Las Vegas? How about a hiking outfitter for Lake Tahoe? Are you a mechanic looking to set up shop? If the answer is yes, you will at some point need to acquire a surety bond. Nevada all business professionals, contractors and other services providers are required by law to obtain the industry appropriate surety bonds in order to legally operate their businesses. The prices and face values of these surety bonds fluctuate a bit from instance to instance due to the various laws, guidelines and regulations that govern business and industry. The pricing of surety bonds in many cases can also vary due to the business owners industry, credit and financial history as well. The professionals at Pro Surety Bond have over 25 years of combined experience connecting clients to underwriters, and they're more than willing to do their magic with you. So now call 702-800-7007 or 800-314-7003 to get things started.
December 3, 2014: Clark County Nevada requires either the full amount in cash deposits or a bond before a subdivision permit will be issued. Click here to view details about Clark County Nevada Subdivision Bonds
November 18, 2014: Effective March 1, 2014, a person who, for compensation and under the instructions of a client, provides assistance in various legal matters is required to be registered with the Secretary of State of Nevada as a Document Preparation Service and post $50,000 cash or bond. Click Here for info on obtaining your Nevada Document Preparation Service Bond.
October 28, 2014: Please click here for updated information regarding Nevada Auto Dealer Bond
October 15, 2014: To be issued an off-site building permit, you must have a current rating of "A" and a Rating Outlook of Stable or Positive. Click here for information about Clark County, Nevada Off Site Improvement Surety Bond
October 10, 2014:A North Las Vegas Off site improvement surety bond is required of subdivision projects to ensure that all the improvements conform to the submitted plans on file with the County.
September 20, 2014: All subdivision improvements must be approved by the Director of Public Works before the bond may be released. Find out more here: North Las Vegas subdivision surety bonds
September 12, 2014: All agreed upon subdivision improvements must be completed within one year, unless an extension is filed. Read more about:Subdivision Surety Bond in Henderson, NV,
September, 2, 2014: Note: the City may at its discretion apply contingency fees for cleanup and emergency work before releasing an off site improvement surety bonds for Henderson Nevada subdivision projects.
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.
|Nevada Title Agency Bond||Nevada Injunction Bond|
|Nevada Public Official Bond||Nevada Honesty Bond|
|Nevada Process Server Bond||Nevada Auctioneer Bond|
|Nevada Performance Bond||Nevada Notary Bond|
|Nevada Sheriffs Indemnity Bond||Nevada Medicaid Provider Bond|
|Nevada Promoter Bond||Nevada Executor Bond|
|Nevada Race & Sports Book Bond||Nevada Third Party Administrator Bond|
|Nevada Contractor’s License Bond||Nevada Cost Bond|
|Nevada Garage Bond||Nevada Bid Bond|
|Nevada DMV Driving School Bond||Nevada Sales Tax Bond|
|Nevada Mortgage Lender Bond||Nevada Business Service Bond|
|Nevada Material Bond||Nevada Used Car Dealer Bond|
|Nevada Travel Agency Bond||Nevada Replevin Bond|
|Nevada Lost Instrument Bond||Nevada Labor Bond|
|Nevada Wage and Welfare Bond||Nevada Pawnbroker Bond|
|Nevada Appeal Bond||Nevada ERISA Bond|
|Nevada Fidelity Bond||Nevada Supply Bond|
|Nevada Janitorial Service Bond||Nevada Payment Bond|
|Nevada Home Health Care Bond||Nevada Non Resident Cost Bond|
|Nevada DMEPOS (Medicare) Bond||Nevada Lost Deed Bond|
|Nevada Pharmacy Wholesaler Bond||Nevada Insurance Broker Bond|
|Nevada Collection Agency Bond||Nevada Auto Dealer Bond|
|Nevada Talent Agency Bond||Nevada Freight Broker Bond - BMC-84|
|Nevada Employee Theft Bond||Nevada Appraisal Company Bond|
|Nevada Lottery Bond||Nevada Credit Services Organization Bond|
|Nevada Lost Title Bond||Nevada Subdivision Bond|
|Nevada Credit Repair Bonds||Nevada Telemarketer Bond|
|Nevada Warranty Bond||Nevada Mortgage Broker Bond|
|Nevada Release of Lien Bond||Nevada Supersedeas Bond|
|Nevada Guardianship Bond||Nevada Health Club Bond|
|Nevada Emissions Station Bond||Nevada Off Site Improvement Bond|
|Nevada Utility Bond|