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Category Archives: Commercial Bonds

Discussing all commercial bond types, including, but not limited to: auto dealer bonds, contractor license bonds, license and permit bonds, mortgage broker bonds, mortgage banker bonds, money transmitter bonds, telephone solicitor bonds, and more.

26
Jun
2014

Top 6 Contractor License Schools in Florida

Passing the Florida contractor license exam is a critical part of becoming a licensed contractor in Florida. The exam is broken down into several parts and all parts must be fully satisfied within four years of beginning the exam process. Therefore, the right exam preparation at a top contractor’s licensing school can mean the difference read more »




25
Jun
2014

Indiana Wholesale Dealer License: How to Get your Auto Dealership Licensed

Update: The State of Indiana has confirmed that during the last legislative session, the legislators adopted a law which does away with the wholesale license by July 1, 2015. Until that time the wholesale dealer license is still required. Auto dealers planning to open and operate a wholesale auto dealership in Indiana first need to read more »




16
Jun
2014

The New Alfa Romeo 4C Launch Edition Arrives Stateside This Summer

Auto dealers around the country are getting ready to meet the 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Launch Edition this summer. The Italian beauty is returning with a remarkable European sports car design and state-of-the-art powertrain technology. The price tag? – $68,400, with delivery and destination. For comparison, the standard 4C expected to land Stateside this fall, read more »




13
Jun
2014

In-Cab New Technology Can Improve Truck Drivers Work Routine

Currently, only 17% of U.S. truck drivers are under 35. The only way to lure more younger drivers into the industry is to offer them the same handheld technology and connectivity that they enjoy in their private life, according to the in-cab technology provider AirClic. Similar companies expect the need and demand for new technology read more »




12
Jun
2014

Consumers Say It’s a Good Time to Buy a Home, Survey

A recent survey, published by Fannie Mae, the government-sponsored enterprise, indicated that 93% of U.S. consumers are convinced that home prices will increase between now and 2015, going up by a steady rate of three percent annually. Fannie Mae conducts monthly surveys among 1,000 households around the country, inquiring what Americans think is the state read more »




11
Jun
2014

Construction Employment on the Rise in April

From all 339 metro areas, 220 areas saw an increase in construction employment in April 2014 in comparison with April 2013. 7o areas experienced a decrease, while in 49 areas employment stayed at the same levels. Spending cuts on government facilities, as well as the Hurricane Sandy reconstruction, led to lower employment levels in Washington, D.C. read more »