The amount you pay for your subdivision bond will be based on the project amount, financial credentials and your past work history/experience. Qualified applicants typically pay a rate of 1% of the required bond amount.
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Also known as site improvement bonds or plat bonds, Subdivision Bonds are a set of bonds that are required by developers, builders or individual(s) to guarantee successful completion of subdivision work to a public entity. Developers will start the subdivision process by filing maps (also known as plats) with the public agencies responsible for overseeing land use where the projects are located. These maps show the proposed configuration of the project, including public improvements necessary to serve the project. Public improvements may include curbs and gutters, streets, sidewalks, utility lines, landscaping and storm drains. These off-site improvements will become the property of the public entity once the work is completed.
Subdivision Bond qualification will vary based on a number of factors including project size, financial qualifications, experience, and more. Most requests under $100,000 can be handled with just a completed application for underwriting consideration. For larger bond requests, we will need to review the following items to start the underwriting process…
We at Bond911 understand that there are many different types of subdivision bond needs. We can write all subdivision requests from small permit bonds to larger developing projects. Below is a list of the most commonly requested subdivision bonds needed:
Grading Permit Bond Guarantees that the grading construction that the developer, builder or individual(s) plans to undertake will be successfully completed per the terms of the grading permit.
Encroachment Bond Required by a local municipality (city or county) when a contractor performs work on private property that might spread onto public property. This bond guarantees that as a result of the principal's work on private property, the principal will not alter the condition of the public property.
DRE Bonds This is a Department of Real Estate bond, also known as a HOA bond or homeowner's association bond. This is used to guarantee for the homeowner's association that all maintenance upkeep will be satisfied until 80% of the units are sold. The DRE bond will cover the shortfall from the existing owners payment of the association fees until 80% of the units in the development are sold, which at that point the homeowner's payment will cover the association dues in its entirety.
Warranty/Maintenance Bond Guarantees a public entity where the improvements were performed, that the developer, builder, or individual(s) will solve all warranty issues during the specified warranty period, which is usually 1 year from completion/acceptance of the improvement. The warranty period could be longer depending on the terms of the subdivision agreement.
Subdivision Tax Bond Guarantees to the title company/city/county that the taxes associated with the stated parcel of land will be paid for the upcoming tax year. The subdivision tax bond amount is usually a percentage over the actual taxes due for the year.
Subdivision Performance and Labor/Materials Bond A bond issued to guarantee the obligee (almost always a public entity, such as a city, town or county, etc.) that the builder, developer or individual(s) will perform all obligations and pay all the laborers and suppliers associated with the public improvement as defined in the subdivision agreement.