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Florida Surety Bonds

Florida Surety Bonds

Obtaining a Florida surety bond for a license or local permit, a performance bond to guarantee a particular service or construction contract, or other miscellaneous surety bond is simple. We ask for only a brief, completed application for most bond needs. Here are some of the more popular Florida surety bond needs.

Collection Agency Bond

Needed by enterprises engaged in the collection of delinquent credit accounts. This bond has a uniform $50,000 requirement for all collection agencies.

Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond

Required for all vehicle dealers that sell, trade or auction vehicles. Renews annually on April 30th.

Public Adjuster Bond

Needed by companies and individuals engaged in the business of adjusting insurance loss claims. $50,000 denomination.

Yacht Brokers Bond

The Florida DBPR requires surety bonds for both brokers and salespersons in either $10,000 or $25,000 denominations.

Contractor License Bond

Div. I and II contractors with a FICO score of 660 or below must post a surety bond in the amount of $10,000 or $20,000. (You may also need a Financially Responsible Officer bond.)

Household Moving Service Bond

Required by the Florida Department of Agriculture from household moving services and brokers. (If you do this nationally you may need a BMC-84.)

Janitorial Services Bond

Dishonesty bonds which protect a cleaning service's clients losses due to the acts of the service's employees.

Talent Agency Bond

Required by the Florida DBPR. The talent agency surety bond amount must be no less than $5,000.

Seller of Travel Bond

Required by the Department of Agriculture from all sellers of travel operating in the State.

Telemarketing Surety Bond

A $50,000 surety bond is required by the Department of Agriculture to guarantee licensee's compliance.

Don't see what you need here? See our Bonds A-Z page or call (800) 373-2804 for assistance.

NO surety bond application is declined!

Most Florida surety bonds are simple compliance. License and permit bonds, public official bonds, court bonds and miscellaneous surety bonds are the major categories of this class. Bonds under $50,000 generally require submission of only a completed commercial surety bond application for quoting. Larger surety bond requests and those bond obligations that contain financial gaurantee provisions will require submission of personal and business financial statements. Damaged credit? New resident in the U.S. without a credit history? No problem! We offer non-standard programs to fit your need.