What’s the best way to describe Goldleaf Surety's approach to license and permit bonds? Quick and easy. And now, on license and permit bonds obtained through the carrier’s quick-access program, there is no underwriting fee.
License and permit bonds include a wide variety of bonds required by various government agencies throughout the country in connection with regulated professions. These bonds provide indemnification for loss or damage resulting from a license or permit holder's compliance with a law, ordinance, or regulations.
There are many bonds within the license and permit bond category of bonds, including these and many more:
- Public adjuster
- Electrical contractor
- Excess weight
- Out-of-state contractor
- Gambling manager
- Private school
- Plumbing contractor
- Second-hand dealers
- Motor vehicle dealers
- General contractor license
- HVAC contractor
- Right of way
- Pawn broker
- Over axle/over gross weight permit
With access to more than two dozen surety companies that are both T-listed and rated "Excellent" or better by A.M. Best Company, Goldleaf Surety can assist you with all the various license and permit bonds your insureds may need. Often, with just a short application form, Goldleaf is able to obtain these types of bonds quickly and easily!
Your agency may even find that simply outsourcing its surety business to Goldleaf is a better business proposition than trying to manage surety applications yourselves. For most insurance agencies, trying to place bonds can consume a lot of time that CSRs and producers can better spend servicing their existing insurance book and prospecting for new accounts. Considering surety revenues represent less than 1.2% of the total revenue opportunities available in the p-c marketplace, your agency's productivity on its most profitable line drops in that scenario.
If you have not tried Goldleaf Surety for the placement of your license and permit bond needs recently, we encourage you to contact us today. For more information or to request a quote, select any of the bonds products on Big “I” Markets.