We offer the following surety bonds in the state of Oregon:
The licensing process requires that Appraisal Management Companies purchase a surety bond of $25,000 ensuring that they will function in agreement with all federal laws.
A $10,000 bond is needed in order to verify the agency has been approved to offer good and qualified services, as well as protect the client should the collection agency do anything illegal or dishonest.
Required if you alter or construct any structure. This $10,000-$75,000 bond protects the client from financial loss if you fail to act in accordance with the terms of the surety bond agreement.
By purchasing this $50,000-$500,000 bond, the escrow agent agrees to follow all rules and laws set by the state, protecting the client from any unprofessional conduct or fraud.
Depending on the verbiage used, a surety bond would protect consumers from fraud committed by mortgage professionals, such as tacking on unnecessary additional fees.
A $40,000 coverage bond ensures that those selling conduct business in compliance with the vehicle code. This bond guarantees that your clients are protected should you break the rules of the vehicle code.
In order to protect the buyer and seller, a Real Estate Appraiser is required to purchase a $25,000 bond if they are to conduct their business.