Florida Financial Responsibility Bond | Surety Bond
Type of BondFlorida Financial Responsibility Bond is required by The Florida Homeowner Construction Recovery Fund to comply with the State licensing requirements. Each state has drafted their own Financial Responsibility Bond Form, so you will need a different Financial Responsibility bond for each state you will be transacting business in.
This may be a problem for other agencies, but not ours. Our Agency is licensed in all 50 States and can handle all Surety Bonds.
Program: Our agency currently has several specialty programs that can help you place your $50,000 Florida Financial Responsibility Bond.
Florida Financial Responsibility bonds are an extension of credit, like a loan your rate will be based upon your credit situation. Most surety agencies will decline your bond submission if you don't have a 700 credit score, but our company is different. We can help you in almost any credit or financial situation. Our rates start at 1% to 3% for most surety bonds. If your credit has taken a beating the rates start at 4% to 25% .
Always check with the Florida Homeowner Construction Recovery Fund "Obligee" for details
Our application process for a $50,000 Financial Responsibility bond is easy. You can either apply online or fill out a pdf application at your leisure.
The Florida Financial Responsibility Bond amount is currently set at $50,000.
Obligee InformationAn obligee is the entity that is requiring you to have the Financial Responsibility bond.
For your convenience you can view a sample copy of the Florida Financial Responsibility Bond Form
Obligee address:Obligee: Florida Homeowner Construction Recovery Fund Street: State: Zip:
|State||Surety Bond||Bond Amount||Obligee||Bond Form||More info|
|License Permit||Financial Responsibility Bond||License Permit Financial Responsibility Bond|
|Missouri||Financial Responsibility Bond||$10,000||St Louis County Missouri||Missouri Financial Responsibility Bond|
|North Carolina||Financial Responsibility Bond||$50,000||Construction Industries Recovery Fund||North Carolina Financial Responsibility Bond|