Arizona Surety Bonds

At Surety Bonds Agent, we offer a full range of surety bonds nationwide through an extended carrier network. Continue below to learn more about Arizona surety bonds. If you have additional questions or want to explore bonding solutions for your business, speak with one of our knowledgeable surety bond experts.

What Is an Arizona Surety Bond?

An Arizona surety bond guarantees your compliance with certain regulatory and/or contractual obligations. The bond provides financial protection for the party requiring it (the “obligee”) and sometimes for consumers. Most often, the obligee is a government entity.

What Types of Arizona Surety Bonds May Be Needed?

Every Arizona surety bond falls into one of these categories:

  • License and permit bonds—required when obtaining or renewing a state or local professional or occupational license or permit
  • Contract bonds—required as a condition for being awarded a public or private contract, typically in the construction industry
  • Court bonds—required from plaintiffs and/or defendants in certain civil court cases and from people appointed to fiduciary positions by a probate court
  • Fidelity bonds, sometimes called “business services bonds”—required by business owners to protect against financial loss due to employee dishonesty

How Do I Apply for an Arizona Surety Bond?

You’ll find it quickest to apply online. You’ll receive a quote in minutes and then can complete the purchase online. If you have questions, call and speak with one of our surety bond professionals.

How Much Does It Cost?

Two factors go into calculating the premium for an Arizona surety bond: the bond amount and the premium rate set by the bond’s guarantor (known as the “surety”). The surety bases the premium rate on the principal’s personal credit score as a measure of the risk involved in guaranteeing the payment of claims. The higher the credit score, the lower the risk. The premium rate for a principal with good credit usually is in the range of 1% to 3%. 

Arizona Surety Bond FAQ

Yes. Most surety companies offer programs for credit-challenged individuals. You’ll pay more than you would with a good credit score, but we’ll find you the best rate you qualify for.

You will need to obtain your bond from a surety bond provider authorized to do business in Arizona.  

Insurance protects you against financial loss. An Arizona surety bond protects the obligee that is requiring it. Depending on the type of surety bond, that protection can also extend to consumers.

The surety investigates all claims filed against an Arizona surety bond. If a claim is found to be valid, you are legally obligated to pay it. You will need to provide the surety with evidence if you believe a claim is not legitimate.

At Surety Bonds Agent, we offer a full range of surety bonds nationwide through an extended carrier network. Continue below to learn more about Arizona surety bonds. If you have additional questions or want to explore bonding solutions for your business, speak with one of our knowledgeable surety bond experts.

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What Is an Arizona Surety Bond?

An Arizona surety bond guarantees your compliance with certain regulatory and/or contractual obligations. The bond provides financial protection for the party requiring it (the “obligee”) and sometimes for consumers. Most often, the obligee is a government entity.

 

Every Arizona surety bond falls into one of these categories:

  • License and permit bonds—required when obtaining or renewing a state or local professional or occupational license or permit
  • Contract bonds—required as a condition for being awarded a public or private contract, typically in the construction industry
  • Court bonds—required from plaintiffs and/or defendants in certain civil court cases and from people appointed to fiduciary positions by a probate court
  • Fidelity bonds, sometimes called “business services bonds”—required by business owners to protect against financial loss due to employee dishonesty

You’ll find it quickest to apply online. You’ll receive a quote in minutes and then can complete the purchase online. If you have questions, call and speak with one of our surety bond professionals.

Two factors go into calculating the premium for an Arizona surety bond: the bond amount and the premium rate set by the bond’s guarantor (known as the “surety”). The surety bases the premium rate on the principal’s personal credit score as a measure of the risk involved in guaranteeing the payment of claims. The higher the credit score, the lower the risk. The premium rate for a principal with good credit usually is in the range of 1% to 3%. 

Arizona Surety Bond FAQ

Yes. Most surety companies offer programs for credit-challenged individuals. You’ll pay more than you would with a good credit score, but we’ll find you the best rate you qualify for.

You will need to obtain your bond from a surety bond provider authorized to do business in Arizona.  

Insurance protects you against financial loss. An Arizona surety bond protects the obligee that is requiring it. Depending on the type of surety bond, that protection can also extend to consumers.

The surety investigates all claims filed against an Arizona surety bond. If a claim is found to be valid, you are legally obligated to pay it. You will need to provide the surety with evidence if you believe a claim is not legitimate.

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