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Via Freddie Dostal
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These bonds are best for the party who was given the favor. If a developer gets a bond, a contractor will really benefit from payments and developers will be responsible in case problems arise about the project. The opposite goes if the bond is issued against the contractor. 

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Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:06 AM

For example, a certain company requires a contractor for their upcoming project. Before the company employs one particular contractor, bidding will be taken first. The necessary financing will be talked about soon after the project has been awarded to the winning bidder..

Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:07 AM

In some way; these above mentioned bonds are one of the most commonly used bonds for construction. As said, projects which involve construction of real-estate properties utilize surety bonds as a way of protection.

Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:07 AM

Parties who was given the favor will surely reap the benefits of any of these bonds. If a developer gets a bond, a contractor will benefit from payments and developers will be accountable in case problems arise about the project. It also works vice versa if ever the bond is directed towards the contractor. 

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Brittni Buonocore's insight:

These surety bonds for securing the financial status of every party can be issued by either the contractor, who'll perform the project, or the firm that will be getting the contractor’s services. But they will require the aid of a particular financial agency first before they can issue these bonds. 

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Maggie Maier's curator insight, June 30, 2014 6:53 AM

For instance, a particular company needs a contractor for their upcoming project. Nevertheless, bidding will be done first before a company employs that outworker. Once a winning bid is made the parties will then make a deal about the necessary financings.

Cleotilde Rupert's curator insight, June 30, 2014 6:56 AM

Surety bonds helps safeguard a group’s financial situation, and it can only be given by either the contractor or the company itself. But issuing these bonds will require the assistance of a banking institution prior to issuance.

Maynard Leiser's curator insight, June 30, 2014 6:58 AM

One good example is the necessity of a firm for a contractor for their project in the future. Nevertheless, bidding will be done first before a firm employs that outworker. After a winning bidder has been known, the groups will then go over about the necessary funds.

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Via Freddie Dostal, Cleotilde Rupert
Brittni Buonocore's insight:

Then again, projects that are given with performance bonds generally have bid bonds. In this way, surety bonds that refer to bid bonds are generally given to the highest bidder. 

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Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:06 AM

For example, a certain company requires a contractor for their upcoming project. Before the company employs one particular contractor, bidding will be taken first. The necessary financing will be talked about soon after the project has been awarded to the winning bidder..

Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:07 AM

In some way; these above mentioned bonds are one of the most commonly used bonds for construction. As said, projects which involve construction of real-estate properties utilize surety bonds as a way of protection.

Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:07 AM

Parties who was given the favor will surely reap the benefits of any of these bonds. If a developer gets a bond, a contractor will benefit from payments and developers will be accountable in case problems arise about the project. It also works vice versa if ever the bond is directed towards the contractor. 

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Via Freddie Dostal, Roxy Knick
Brittni Buonocore's insight:

A bond is an official written record, which seals the deal of one party to assume payment every Six months, and pay off the total amount during the debt’s maturity date. Bonds are accessible in lots of kinds with numerous categories.

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Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:06 AM

For example, a certain company requires a contractor for their upcoming project. Before the company employs one particular contractor, bidding will be taken first. The necessary financing will be talked about soon after the project has been awarded to the winning bidder..

Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:07 AM

In some way; these above mentioned bonds are one of the most commonly used bonds for construction. As said, projects which involve construction of real-estate properties utilize surety bonds as a way of protection.

Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:07 AM

Parties who was given the favor will surely reap the benefits of any of these bonds. If a developer gets a bond, a contractor will benefit from payments and developers will be accountable in case problems arise about the project. It also works vice versa if ever the bond is directed towards the contractor. 

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Via Booker Malick
Brittni Buonocore's insight:

These bonds are actually several of the mostly used construction bonds. As mentioned, projects that involve construction of real-estate properties utilize surety bonds as a means of protection. 

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Cleotilde Rupert's curator insight, June 30, 2014 6:56 AM

Bonds like these are just like construction bonds. As said, projects that involve construction of real-estate properties utilize surety bonds as a way of protection. 

Maynard Leiser's curator insight, June 30, 2014 6:58 AM

Meanwhile, bid bonds are commonly used in projects issued with performance bonds. In this way, surety bonds that refer to bid bonds are generally provided to the highest bidder. 

Booker Malick's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:04 AM

On the other hand, projects that are provided with performance bonds usually have bid bonds. Bid bonds that are associated to surety bonds are normally given to a bidder who wins.

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Via Freddie Dostal, Maynard Leiser
Brittni Buonocore's insight:

One good example is the necessity of a company for a contractor for their project in the future. Nevertheless, bidding will be done first before a firm hires that outworker. Once a winning bid is made the parties will then make a deal about the needed financings.

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Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:06 AM

For example, a certain company requires a contractor for their upcoming project. Before the company employs one particular contractor, bidding will be taken first. The necessary financing will be talked about soon after the project has been awarded to the winning bidder..

Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:07 AM

In some way; these above mentioned bonds are one of the most commonly used bonds for construction. As said, projects which involve construction of real-estate properties utilize surety bonds as a way of protection.

Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:07 AM

Parties who was given the favor will surely reap the benefits of any of these bonds. If a developer gets a bond, a contractor will benefit from payments and developers will be accountable in case problems arise about the project. It also works vice versa if ever the bond is directed towards the contractor. 

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Via Freddie Dostal, Maggie Maier
Brittni Buonocore's insight:

Performance bonds are issued to make sure that the project will be finished by a contractor. Put simply, financial associations provide these performance bonds as surety bonds as a guarantee that the outworker will commit to the job until it is done as stated in the terms and agreement.

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Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:06 AM

For example, a certain company requires a contractor for their upcoming project. Before the company employs one particular contractor, bidding will be taken first. The necessary financing will be talked about soon after the project has been awarded to the winning bidder..

Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:07 AM

In some way; these above mentioned bonds are one of the most commonly used bonds for construction. As said, projects which involve construction of real-estate properties utilize surety bonds as a way of protection.

Freddie Dostal's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:07 AM

Parties who was given the favor will surely reap the benefits of any of these bonds. If a developer gets a bond, a contractor will benefit from payments and developers will be accountable in case problems arise about the project. It also works vice versa if ever the bond is directed towards the contractor. 

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Brittni Buonocore's insight:

Through the entire performance bonds as well as the bid bonds, both parties can be certain that no side will be able to play tricks against the other. Rates will be between 10-15% for the bond stated in the contract. Usually, the rates are based on the both parties risk level.

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Cleotilde Rupert's curator insight, June 30, 2014 6:56 AM

Surety bonds helps safeguard a group’s financial situation, and it can only be given by either the contractor or the company itself. But issuing these bonds will require the assistance of a banking institution prior to issuance.

Maynard Leiser's curator insight, June 30, 2014 6:58 AM

One good example is the necessity of a firm for a contractor for their project in the future. Nevertheless, bidding will be done first before a firm employs that outworker. After a winning bidder has been known, the groups will then go over about the necessary funds.

Brittni Buonocore's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:01 AM

These surety bonds for securing the financial status of every party can be issued by either the contractor, who'll perform the project, or the firm that will be getting the contractor’s services. But they will require the aid of a particular financial agency first before they can issue these bonds.