Types of Surety Bonds in Arizona
When you apply to get an Arizona surety bond, it will within one of the following three bond categories:
- Commercial bonds: these bonds are required of business license applicants, such as auto dealers, contractors, mortgage brokers, and others.
- Contract bonds: these bonds are required of contractors in order to perform on construction projects and guarantee their completion.
- Court bonds: these bonds are necessary for individuals who wish to appeal a court’s judgment or who are appointed as someone’s guardian.
Looking for a specific bond? Use the table below to find the bond you need and to apply for a free quote.
Find Your Arizona Surety Bond
|Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond||Contractor License||The Registrar of Contractors||Apply Now|
|Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond||Right of Way Performance Bond||City of Phoenix||Apply Now|
|Collection Agency Bond||Collection Agency||Dept of Financial Institutions||Apply Now|
|Collection Agency Bond||Collection Agency Bond||Apply Now|
|Debt Consolidators Bond||Credit Repair Services Bond||Arizona State Government Management Services Div.||Apply Now|
|Professional Fund Raisers Bond||Contracted Fundraiser||AZ Secretary of State||Apply Now|
|Insurance Agents/Brokers Bond||Insurance Broker||Director of Insurance||Apply Now|
|Insurance Agents/Brokers Bond||Department of Insurance Administrator Bond||State of Arizona||Apply Now|
|Insurance Agents/Brokers Bond||Health Care Card Provider Bond||State of Arizona, Department of Treasury||Apply Now|
|Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages) Bond||Mortgage Surety Bond||Dept of Financial Institutions||Apply Now|
|Mortgage Lender/Banker (1st & 2nd Mort.) Bond||Mortgage Banker Bond||Superintendent, Dept of Financial Institutions||Apply Now|
|Real Estate Agents/Brokers Bond||Real Estate Salesperson's/Broker's License Bond||Department of Real Estate||Apply Now|
|Title Insurance Agents & Escrow Officers Bond||Escrow Agent Bond||Arizona Dept of Financial Institutions||Apply Now|
|Defective Title Bond||Highway Department Defective Title Bond||Motor Vehicle Division||Apply Now|
|Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (New & Used) Bond||Vehicle Dealer Bond||Motor Vehicle Division||Apply Now|
|Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bond||Vehicle Dealer Bond||Motor Vehicle Division||Apply Now|
|Motor Vehicle (Non-Dealer, Not Listed) Bond||License / Mobile Home Dealer Bond||State of Arizona, Office of Administration||Apply Now|
|Motor Vehicle (Non-Dealer, Not Listed) Bond||Electronic Records Access||Motor Vehicle Division||Apply Now|
|Sport Permits Bond||Boxing Performance||AZ State Boxing Commission||Apply Now|
|Detectives Bond||Private Investigators License||Arizona Dept of Public Safety||Apply Now|
|Employment Agencies Bond||Employment Agency Bond||The Industrial Commission of Arizona||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Appraisal Management Company||Board of Appraisals||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Service Company Bond||Department of Insurance||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Peddler's Permit Bond||City of Chandler||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Prescription-Only Drug Wholesaler License Bond||Arizona State Board of Pharmacy||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Peddler, Solicitor, Canvasser or Transient Merchan||City Of Mesa||Apply Now|
|Schools (All) Bond||Private Postsecondary Education Bond||Arizona State Board for Postsecondary Education||Apply Now|
|Schools (All) Bond||Cosmetology School Bond||Arizona State Board of Cosmetology||Apply Now|
|Contractors Tax (Blanket Contracts) Bond||Taxpayer Bond for Contractor 42-5006||Arizona Department of Revenue||Apply Now|
|Fuel Tax (All Others, Sellers & Users) Bond||Motor Fuel Supplier Bond||MOTOR CARRIER TAX & SERVICES (MVD)||Apply Now|
|Fuel Tax (All Others, Sellers & Users) Bond||IFTA||Motor Vehicle Division||Apply Now|
|Miscellaneous Taxes Bond||Taxpayer Bond for Contractor||Arizona Dept Of Revenue: Taxpayer Information||Apply Now|
|Compliance 3rd Party Bond||Utility Users Bond||Arizona Corporation Commission||Apply Now|
|Utility Deposit Bond||APS Electric Service Bond||Arizona Public Service||Apply Now|
|Utility Deposit Bond||Salt River Project Utility Deposit||Salt River Project - Commercial Credit Dept.||Apply Now|
|Utility Deposit Bond||Utility Deposit||Tucson Electric||Apply Now|
|Utility Deposit Bond||Bond for Utility Users||Corporation Commission||Apply Now|
|Utility Deposit Bond||Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Utility Deposit Bo||SULPHUR SPRINGS VALLEY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC||Apply Now|
|Utility Deposit Bond||Payment of Utility Services Bond||City of Mesa: Attention Credit Services||Apply Now|
|Financial Guarantee (All Other) Bond||Financial Guarantee Bond||PrePass / HELP||Apply Now|
|Money Transmitter Bond||Money Transmitter Application||State Of Arizona||Apply Now|
|Telemarketing/Phone Solicitor Bond||Telephone Solicitation||Attorney General||Apply Now|
|Non-Construction Performance Bond||License Bond||Arizona Corporate Commission||Apply Now|
|Non-Construction Performance Bond||Telecommunications Business License Bond||Arizona Corporation Commissions||Apply Now|
|Appraisal Management||Appraisal Management Company Bond||Arizona Board of Appraisal||Apply Now|
Do you need more information about the Arizona surety bond requirements? Get in touch with our bond professionals at (877)-514-5146!
How to Get an Arizona Surety Bond
Getting a bond is very simple. The bonding process passes through the following three steps.
Apply For Your Bond
You begin by completing our short online application. As part of the application process, you will need to provide us with basic contact information as well as details about the bond you need and its amount. We need this information in order to be able to provide you with a free quote.
Get a Bond Rate
When we receive your application, we use our network of surety partners to find the best possible rate for you. Once we’ve found the best rate we can offer you, we will provide you with your quote as well as further information about getting bonded.
Buy Your Bond
To complete the bonding process you simply need to pay the bond premium and you’re done. We will then provide you with your bond via email. If you require a paper copy, you will also receive one by mail.
Do you have any questions about the bonding process? See our detailed How to Get Bonded guide for a complete overview of the bonding process.
Wondering how much your bond might cost? Our How Much Does a Surety Bond Cost? guide explains how bond cost is determined and what rate you can expect when applying for a bond.
Most Popular Surety Bonds in Arizona
Most Popular Surety Bonds in Arizona
Auto dealers in Arizona must post a $100,000 bond in order to obtain a license from the Department of Transportation. Wholesale dealers and brokers must post a $25,000 bond.
Applicants for an Arizona contractor license must post a bond to the Registrar of Contractors. Bond amounts vary depending on the type of license that you are applying for and the contemplated gross annual volume in dollars of the work you will be doing.
Money transmitters in Arizona must post a $25,000 bond when getting licensed. The bond guarantees their compliance with Title 6, Chapter 12, Article 1 of the Arizona Revised Statutes.
Mortgage brokers in Arizona must post a $10,000 bond when working with institutional investors and a $15,000 bond when working also with non-institutional investors.
Depending on the volume of their income, Arizona collection agencies must post a bond in an amount between $10,000 and $35,000.
Arizona credit services organizations must post a bond in an amount between $5,000 and $25,000. This bond guarantees credit services organizations’ compliance with Article 7, Chapter 11, Title 44 of the Arizona Revised Statutes.
You may require a sales tax bond if your business is selling items that are taxable. This includes items such as cigarettes, alcoholic beverages, and fuel, among others. Bond amounts are determined on a case-by-case basis, depending on the nature of your business and the volume of your sales.
Arizona telemarketers must post a 100,000 Arizona telephone solicitation bond when applying for a license in the state. This bond is required under Article 6, Chapter 9, Title 44 of the Arizona Revised Statutes and guarantees compliance with these regulations.
Can I Get an Arizona Surety Bond With Bad Credit?
Applicants who have a low credit score, or those who have no credit score at all, pose a higher bonding risk. That's why it is more difficult to get bonded if your finances are not in the best shape.
Lance Surety Bonds runs its bad credit surety bonds program in order to offer a bonding option for applicants struggling with problematic finances. The rates are slightly higher, between 5%-15% of the total amount, but you’re still sure to receive the lowest rate possible for your situation.
Do you want to get a business license in Arizona? See our licensing guides below for a detailed explanation of how to apply: