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Adult and Child Food Care Program Bond
Alcoholic Beverage Commission Bond
Athlete Agent Surety Bond
Automobile Club Surety Bond
Bingo License Surety Bond
Blanket Building & Construction Bond – El Paso
Blanket Building & Construction Bond – Horizon City
BMC-84 Surety Bond /Freight Broker / ICC Transportation Bond
Business Service Surety Bond
Certificate of Title Bond
Combative Sports Promoter Bond
Conduct Surety Bond
Consumer Debt Management Bond
Continuous Bond of Seller
Continuous Manufactured Housing Bond
Contractor License Bond
Court Bonds – Fiduciary (Probate) Bonds
Court Bonds – Non fiduciary
Credit Services Organization Surety Bond
Customs Broker Continuous Bond
Driver Education Bond
Easy Application Performance Bonds
ERISA Surety Bond
Escrow Officers Schedule Bond
Federal Distilled Spirits / TTB Surety Bond
Fitting and Dispensing of Hearing Instruments Bond
General Contractor Bond – City of Olmos Park
Grading Permit Surety Bond
H-2A Farm Labor Contractor Bond
Health Spa Bond
House Mover License Bond
Insurance Agency Bond
Janitorial Surety Bond
Lost Cashier’s Check Bond
Lost Stock Certificate Surety Bond
Medicaid Ambulance Bond
Medicaid Provider Bond
Medicare / DMEPOS Surety Bond
Mixed Beverage Gross Receipts Tax Bond
Mixed Beverage Sales Tax Bond
Money Transmitter Bond
Mortgage Loan Servicer Bond
Motor Fuels Tax Continuous Bond
Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond
Other / Don’t Know Surety Bond
Outdoor Advertisers Bond
Over Axle and Over Gross Weight Permit Bond
Performance and Payment Bonds
Personnel Employment Service Bond
Public Insurance Adjuster Bond
Real Estate School Surety Bond
Reinsurance Intermediary Bond
Residential Mortgage Loan Servicer Bond
Residential Service Company Bond
San Antonio Sidewalk, Curbs, Gutters Bond
Subcontractor Surety Bond – Performance Bond
Subscription Program Bond
Superheavy or Oversize Permit Bond
Surety2000 Electronic Surety Bonds
Surplus Lines Agents Bond
Telephone Solicitation Bond
Third Party Debt Collection Bond
Third Party Debt Collector Bond
Title Insurance Agent Surety Bond
Utility Payment Surety Bonds
Veteran Affairs Custodian Bond
Veterans Organization Solicitation Bond

What you Need to Know About Texas Surety Bonds

Since 2003, has been providing Texas surety bonds of all shapes and sizes that may be required for professional or contract work in the state. We can help you apply and get the best price for your suretyTexas Surety Bonds bond. We can even work with lower credit scores in most cases. Choose your bond from the list above for a full description and to start an application. Surety1 has been bonding in Texas since 2003. We offer easy to use and secure online applications, fast service and surety bond professionals ready to help. We are rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.

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Why Choose Surety1 for Your Bonding Needs?

  • Experience: Surety1 has been in business since 2003, specializing in surety bonds nationwide, with specific experience in Texas.
  • Variety: We offer a wide range of Texas surety bonds for various professions and industries.
  • Competitive Rates: We offer competitive rates and work with over a dozen surety bond companies to find the best price for you.
  • Easy Online Application: Our user-friendly and secure online application process make for for quick and convenient bonding.
  • Fast Service: We offer fast turnaround times for bond issuance.
  • Support: Surety1 has a team of surety bond professionals available to answer your questions and guide you through the process.
  • Positive Reviews: Surety1 has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and positive reviews online.
  • Surety Bond Only Agency: Surety1 only provides surety bonds. Benefits of Working With a Surety Bond Only Agency is a service of AssuredPartners one of the largest and fastest growing insurance agencies in the nation. Representing over a dozen surety bond companies, is the premier online provider of surety bonds nationwide since 2003. All we do are surety bonds.

Types of Texas Surety Bonds

There are many different types of surety bonds, but some of the most common in Texas include:

  • Contract bonds: These bonds guarantee that a contractor will complete a project on time and within budget.
  • License and permit bonds: These bonds are required by many government agencies in order to obtain a license or permit to operate a business.
  • Fidelity bonds: These bonds protect businesses from financial losses caused by employee dishonesty.
  • Probate Court bonds:  A fiduciary bond guarantees that a court-appointed fiduciary will perform all duties required of their appointed capacity.
  • Civil Court Bonds: Courts in every jurisdiction throughout the United States have been requiring bonds to guarantee judgments rendered by the court
  • Business Service Bond: For those that want to “be bonded” and there is no statutory surety bond requirement

What if I just want to “be bonded”?

If your license or profession has no surety bond requirement attached to it but one still wants to “be bonded”, offers a Business Service Bond at a very affordable price.

What is a Surety Bond?

A surety bond is a three-party financial guarantee that ensures the fulfillment of a specific obligation. It involves:

  • Principal: The party who needs to fulfill the obligation. This could be a contractor, business owner, individual, etc.
  • Surety: The party who guarantees the obligation will be met. This is usually a specialized insurance company.
  • Obligee: The party who benefits from the obligation being fulfilled. This could be a government agency, private entity, or individual.

How it works:

  • The obligee requires the principal to obtain a surety bond as a condition of doing business, like a construction project or holding a license.
  • The principal applies to a surety bond broker, The broker obtains quotes and terms for the bond.
  • If approved, the surety bond broker issues the bond and charges the principal a premium.
  • The principal fulfills their obligation as agreed.
  • If the principal fails to meet their obligation, the obligee makes a claim to the surety.
  • The surety investigates the claim and, if valid, pays the obligee up to the bond amount.
  • If the surety pays a claim, it will pursues the principal to recover the paid amount.

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