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Most Popular Bonds in Vermont
- Business Service Bond
Those who work in clients' homes or businesses purchase these bonds to protect against theft
- Certificate of Title Bond
Required for vehicles missing titles for registration
- Debt Adjuster Bond
Required for individuals who negotiate debts between debtors and creditor
- Insurance Consultant Bond
If you provide insurance consultation services, you must be bonded
- Loan Service Bond
Required for companies that receive scheduled periodic payments from borrowers
- Mortgage Broker or Licensed Lender Bond
Required for individuals or companies paid to negotiate or place mortgage loans other than commercial loans
- Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond
Required if you sell new or used motor vehicles
- Rental Company Tax Bond
Required if your company offers cars for rent
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Vermont Surety Bond Costs
“How much will my surety bond cost?” is the most common question our clients ask. Although several factors impact your exact surety bond cost, the primary factor is risk. “High risk” means there’s an increased chance that a claim will be made against a bond; these bonds typically require underwriting consideration. Low-risk bonds, on the other hand, can often be issued instantly for a set price.
$5,000 Vermont insurance consultant bonds, for example, are issued instantly at $100 for a 1-year term. Debt adjuster bonds, though also issued for Vermont, require a review of the applicant’s credit history and bond amount. This bond can cost as little as $500, depending on the applicant’s credentials.
Consulting a surety professional is the best way to determine your exact surety bond cost in Vermont. You can request your free quote online, or you can call 1 (800) 308-4358 to speak with an experienced bond specialist. SuretyBonds.com works with you to provide the lowest available rate, no matter your circumstances.
Determining Your Vermont Bond Type
With thousands of unique surety bond forms available nationwide, we know that determining the exact one you need can be confusing. Vermont has a variety of surety bond requirements, and it’s important to provide the right bond to earn licensure or protect a title on a vehicle, for example.
Contacting the obligee — the entity requiring the bond — is the best way to ensure you’re obtaining the correct bond. The department, office, or board requiring the bond can connect you with the bond form needed, as well as your required bond amount. These two pieces of information can speed up the bonding process when you work with SuretyBonds.com and guarantee you’re getting the bond you need at the best price available.
The SuretyBonds.com Advantage
Our mission is to provide every client with fast, easy, and accurate service while offering the best available rate. We achieve this by maintaining relationships with the nation’s leading surety underwriters, which ensures our clients have access to the lowest premiums. Over the years, we’ve also perfected our proprietary bonding system, which allows us to provide clients with unparalleled turnaround times.
Vermont License Information
SuretyBonds.com is legally licensed to issue bonds in Vermont.
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