Make certain you call us at Pro Surety Bond before you purchase your next 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. Call us now at 800-314-7003 and you’ll speak with the only surety company you need to. Don’t waste any more time. Call the Ashland Surety Bond Pros at 800-314-7003!
Call 800-314-7003! Our clients are busy, which means they don’t have time to price surety bonds all day. That’s why they come to us for answers, particularly because they don’t know what a surety bond is. We usually tell people that surety bonds are way of purchasing trust. Let’s say you own a company that sells fuel. There are numerous safety regulations pertaining to that industry and if you break any you can be fined. But how to make sure you have the money for the fine? To solve that problem, regulators will ask you to take out a surety bond as a way of showing your fidelity to the public. Pro Surety Bond shows its fidelity every day when it roots out the most reasonably priced surety bond rates it can find for its clientele, and we do the same for those with poorer credit as well as those with the best. Call 800-314-7003!
If you are bidding on public projects for the City of Ashland 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.
Ashland, Oregon, population 21,000 is located in Jackson County near Bear Creek Valley and Rogue Valley just north of the California border. In 1851 gold was discovered nearby, a tent city sprouted up, and eventually a town, which would initially be known as Jacksonville. In 1852 the first land claims were made, a sawmill was built to create timber for the settlers, and then another mill to grind wheat into flour. The plethora of mills led to plans to give the town a new name: Ashland Mills. The community would grow, schools would be built, along with businesses that created clothing and blankets. In 1871 the “Mills” was dropped from the name and soon after the college that would become known as Southern Oregon University would be created. In in 1887 came the railroad which meant a conduit to the outside world for the community’s products, including agricultural exports like pears, peaches and apples. In 1935 the Oregon Shakespeare Festival was begun, an event that would become internationally known (arguably the most well-known regional theater company in the country). Today the theater is the foundation of a thriving tourist industry.
As mentioned above, tourism is a major industry are with theater being its most prominent component. The season stretches from February to October, but is not solely devoted to Shakespeare. There are indeed three theaters involved in the festival so you can be sure that there will always be one of Bill’s running at any given time. The OSF, as it is widely known, sold an astounding 390,000 tickets in 2011 just to give you an idea of what kind of money this festival brings into the economy. The economy of Ashland is heavily reliant on service businesses, especially restaurants, art galleries and retail businesses that cater to playgoers. However the Southern Oregon University is the largest single employer in town employing about 750 people. However, the festival has more employees if you include secondary jobs created needed for Health Care, transportation and other recreation.Call the Ashland Surety Bond Pros Today at 800-314-7003!
It doesn’t sound like Ashland is too bad a place to build a business, but don’t be surprised by the fact that you need to purchase a surety bond before you can be licensed. There plenty others like you, so you should not think yourself alone. Are you an escrow agent? Do you deal with financial securities? Are you an outdoor guide in the state of Oregon? These are three radically different industries, but one thing they have in common is that they all require a surety bond in order be licensed, just like you. Pro Surety Bond has over 25 years of combined industry experience working with people like you and fulfilling bond obligations all over the states.
Are surety bonds my only choice for this sort of thing? No, of course not, but it’s the choice that makes the best sense. One popular alternative to surety bonds is the letter of credit, which is a very old way of doing what surety bonds do now, and that is guaranteeing that you will fulfill some obligation. One problem with letters of credit that they tie up the company’s credit, because the purchaser of the bond will need to put up a lot of money. Another reason bonds are better choice is that banks can place restrictive covenants on client as a form of collateral for extending a line of credit. The great thing about bonds is that most can be had with a simple credit check, and typically at a cost of 1 to 3% of the amount of coverage. That doesn’t sound too bad. 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.
|Ashland Contractor’s License Bond||Ashland Release of Lien Bond|
|Ashland Fidelity Bond||Ashland Credit Repair Bonds|
|Ashland Business Service Bond||Ashland Health Club Bond|
|Ashland Freight Broker Bond - BMC-84||Ashland Medicaid Provider Bond|
|Ashland Used Car Dealer Bond||Ashland Material Bond|
|Ashland Race & Sports Book Bond||Ashland Subdivision Bond|
|Ashland Travel Agency Bond||Ashland Pharmacy Wholesaler Bond|
|Ashland Credit Services Organization Bond||Ashland Performance Bond|
|Ashland Employee Theft Bond||Ashland Emissions Station Bond|
|Ashland Sheriffs Indemnity Bond||Ashland Mortgage Broker Bond|
|Ashland Garage Bond||Ashland Pawnbroker Bond|
|Ashland Appraisal Company Bond||Ashland Mortgage Lender Bond|
|Ashland Lottery Bond||Ashland Bid Bond|
|Ashland Home Health Care Bond||Ashland DMV Driving School Bond|
|Ashland Injunction Bond||Ashland Auto Dealer Bond|
|Ashland Labor Bond||Ashland Insurance Broker Bond|
|Ashland Guardianship Bond||Ashland Auctioneer Bond|
|Ashland Warranty Bond||Ashland Janitorial Service Bond|
|Ashland Cost Bond||Ashland Appeal Bond|
|Ashland Replevin Bond||Ashland Collection Agency Bond|
|Ashland Lost Instrument Bond||Ashland Honesty Bond|
|Ashland Telemarketer Bond||Ashland Sales Tax Bond|
|Ashland ERISA Bond||Ashland Supersedeas Bond|
|Ashland Executor Bond||Ashland Lost Deed Bond|
|Ashland Lost Title Bond||Ashland Utility Bond|
|Ashland Notary Bond||Ashland Third Party Administrator Bond|
|Ashland Public Official Bond||Ashland Talent Agency Bond|
|Ashland Title Agency Bond||Ashland Wage and Welfare Bond|
|Ashland Payment Bond||Ashland DMEPOS (Medicare) Bond|
|Ashland Process Server Bond||Ashland Off Site Improvement Bond|
|Ashland Promoter Bond||Ashland Non Resident Cost Bond|
|Ashland Supply Bond|