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Texas Surety Bonds

Surety Bonds are offered by All State Bonds. We offer excellent rates on all types of surety bonds in Texas and 25 other States  or all clients with good or poor credit history. We also do offer financing for your surety bond if you have poor credit history in most cases. We have over 30 years in combined surety bond experience and we do have many markets for over 100 types of surety bonds. Whether it is an auto dealer bond, sales tax bond, mixed beverage tax bond, license bond, permit bond, BMC84 bond, construction bond, mortgage broker bond, court bond, probate bond, guardianship bond to contract bond and many more.

We had issued 1000’s of surety bonds in the past 30 years. We do offer monthly payments for most high-risk surety bonds which make it more affordable for our clients to purchase. Most rates for surety bonds with poor credit range from %1 -%15 of the bond amount depends on your credit history. Most Preferred rates fall below 1% of the bond amount. Apply online for a quick online quote.

Apply online or complete the surety bond application and fax it to us and leave everything to our agents to find your surety bond at a reasonable and affordable rate. We can even finance the surety bond premium at affordable monthly payments.

Most Surety Bonds are Approved & Issued on the Same Day. We do offer financing in most cases.

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Surety Bonds for Clients with Poor Credit History.

  • Affordable Rates
  • Monthly Payments for most high-risk bonds
  • Surety Bond Programs for hard to issue Bonds
  • Fast & Friendly service
  • Need a quote, apply on line and call our office @ 800-374-9227

Why Get Your Surety Bond with Us?

  • No hidden fees
  • Experience in Business since 1988
  • Great Service
  • Fast Approvals & Same day Delivery
  • Free price quotes – No obligation to buy
  • Friendly Staff

Why is a Surety Bond?

A surety bond is a contract between three parties—the principal (you), the surety (us) and the oblige (the entity requiring the bond)—in which the surety financially guarantees to an oblige that the principal will act in accordance with the terms established by the bond.

Why Do I Need Surety Bond?

Surety Bonds are required by a State entity to get licensed, to get a permit or to get some form of a contract. Surety bonds provide financial guarantees that contracts and other business deals will be completed according to mutual terms. Surety bonds protect consumers and government entities from fraud and malpractice. When a principal breaks a bond’s terms, the harmed party can make a claim on the bond to recover losses.