Georgia Surety Bonds

How to get a Surety Bond in Georgia

Need a quote for a Surety Bond in the state of Georgia? You’ve come to the right place. The majority of our Georgia bonds can be instantly quoted and purchased within minutes. All you need to do is select the bond type and bond amount using the menu below. We work with leading surety companies to ensure you get the best deal for your Georgia Surety Bond.

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What type of Surety Bond do I choose?

A common question we receive from clients requesting a quote is “which bond type do I select?” We’ve found the best way to determine the bond type you need is to verify with the obligee (the entity requiring you to get a Surety Bond). The obligee should be able to provide you with a copy of the bond form, which ensures we quote you accurately. There are thousands of different types of Surety Bonds. If you submit the incorrect type of bond to the obligee, they will not accept your bond. The bond form should also specify the amount (or how to calculate the amount) you require.

Below you’ll find the most common types of bonds we issue in Georgia.

Frequently purchased Georgia Surety Bonds:

Certificate of Lost Title Bond

If you purchased a vehicle with a missing title or lost the title before registering the vehicle into your name, a bonded title might be your best solution to register your vehicle.

The first step is to contact the Georgia Department of Revenue to determine whether or not your vehicle is eligible for a bonded title. If eligible, you’ll need to get a bond with an amount equaling twice the value of your vehicle. However, please note the state will not accept a bond with an amount of less than $5,000. You are not responsible for paying the full amount of the bond. In fact, most of our clients only pay $100 for their lost title bonds.

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Georgia contractors must secure a Surety Bond to meet the licensing requirement set by the Georgia Board for Residential and General Contractors. The Surety Bond serves as protection for your clients. If your craftsmanship is shoddy or you perform unethically, your client can file a claim against your bond.

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Prior to getting a contract job, you may be required to get a Surety Bond. Common types of Contract Bonds include Bid Bonds, Payment Bonds and Performance Bonds.

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Need a Court Bond in Georgia? We can assist you with your Fiduciary Bond (Guardianship, Probate or Trustee) and Judicial Bond (Attachment, Indemnity to Sheriff, Injunction or Replevin) needs.

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Get free quotes for your Georgia Fidelity Bond.

  • Business Service / Janitorial Bond: Your clients are protected in the event your employees steal.

  • Employee Dishonesty Bond: You’re covered if your employees steal from you or your company. Another name for this policy is “Commercial Crime Fidelity Bond”.

  • ERISA Bond: This type of policy is required for administrators of employee benefit and pension plans. An ERISA Bond is required by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and serves to protect the beneficiaries of the plan.

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The Georgia Department of Banking and Finance requires Mortgage Processors, Mortgage Lenders and Mortgage Brokers to get a Surety Bond to receive a license. Your clients are protected by your bond if they suffer a loss due to any unethical actions you may perform.

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A dealer license is required for those selling vehicles in the state of Georgia. One of the Georgia Department of Revenue’s license requirements is to secure a Motor Vehicle Dealer Surety Bond. The bond is in place to protect your customers if you engage in unethical and/or unlawful practices.  

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Sales and Use Taxes Surety Bond

Wholesalers and retailers dealing in alcohol and/or tobacco products may be required to get a Surety Bond. We recommend verifying if you need a bond with the Georgia Department of Revenue.

Looking for another type of Surety Bond?

Using our online application, type the bond you require to get your free quotes. Contact us if you have any questions or would like help with getting your Surety Bond quotes. You can reach us by email at or by phone at (866) 722-9239. We look forward to assisting you with your bond quote.

What does a Georgia Surety Bond cost?

When calculating the cost of your bond, there are a few factors to consider. Such as the bond type, bond amount and maybe your credit. Bonds with a larger amount usually require more premium due to the additional risk involved. However, a great deal of our Georgia Surety Bonds start at only $100.

If the bond you need requires a credit check, which many don’t, we’ll perform a soft-pull on your credit to calculate your quote. Don’t let a credit check deter you from requesting a quote. A soft-pull will not adversely affect your credit score. If approved for the bond, individuals with good credit can expect to pay 1%-5% of the bond amount.

Will I get approved for a bond with bad credit?

It is possible to get approved for a bond while having bad credit. The cost of the bond could be between 5%-15% of the bond amount for individuals with non-standard credit. If the bond you need a quote for doesn’t require a credit check, then your credit doesn’t affect your approval or bond cost.

Don’t let bad credit prevent you from requesting a Surety Bond quote. Our team is happy to work with you to discover an affordable solution.

Where to get a Surety Bond in Georgia

Getting a Surety Bond online has never been easier. Thanks to our partnership with leading surety companies, we’re able to offer multiple competitive quotes for the bond you need.

Surety Solutions, A Gallagher Company is licensed to issue Surety Bonds in Georgia and the rest of the United States.

For questions or assistance, contact us at or (866) 722-9239. Get your quotes using the button below. We’re excited to assist you with your Surety Bond coverage.

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