Auction House Surety Bond
Auction House or Auctioneer Bonds are required to obtain an Auctioneers License in several states. Some states do not require licensing of Auctioneers, but municipalities (such as county and city governments) may require an Auctioneer Bond before a local license for Auctioneering can be obtained. The Majority of the bond requirements are for individual Auctioneers. occasionally, an Auction House Bond or an Apprentice Auctioneer Bond may have to be obtained.
Auction House Bondsor auctioneer bonds are required in Alabama, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washinton, West Virginia and Wyoming.
Obtaining and maintaining an Auction House bond at Jane Bond Surety is simple.
Many bonds can be obtained in as little as an hour. Some take longer. Use the highlighted bullet points above to determine what you can expect when applying for this bond. Many (not all) bonds require a credit check. In many instances it simply depends on the actual bond one is applying for and the insurance company's experience in that category. Some bonds are considered low risk and some are considered higher risk. Bonds that do not require a credit check are usually instantly issued.
We, at Jane Bond Surety & Insurance, take your Auction House bond very seriously. We also consider the cost. We make every effort to obtain the quickest bond at the lowest rate. If at any juncture you have any questions call us at: 1-844-933-4455.
Quote via email.
Once we receive your app we will locate the best rate available to us. We will communicate that to you via email. The email will contain instructions on how to proceed.
When you decide to move forward we will provide you with options to pay the premium, receive the bond as well as shipping options. It's really that simple!