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Mortgage License Bonds

Many states require mortgage brokers, or loan originators, to post a surety bond as part of the licensing process to operate a mortgage loan business. In addition to being licensed, mortgage bankers/lenders must also get a surety bond to guarantee compliance with state regulations governing this line of business.

Contractor License Bonds

There are several types of construction bonds, but the surety bond known as a contractor license bond is the one that's specifically required in most states to get a contractor’s license.

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Why Choose NNA Surety?

Our team of experienced professionals can help you find the right bond solution or assist you with renewing an existing bond.

  • Over 60 years of surety bond experience.
  • Competitive premium rates.
  • Responsive service and customer support.
  • Step-by-step guidance on the bonding process.


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What is a Surety Bond?

A surety bond is a binding legal agreement designed to protect your customers should you or your business fail to meet particular obligations. These bonds are required by licensing agencies such as the secretary of state's office or the department of transportation. A surety bond is not the same as insurance.

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What is a Fidelity Bond?

Fidelity bonds protect employers from losses incurred due to fraudulent or dishonest acts of their employees. This type of bond is used by a wide range of businesses nationwide. Depending on where your business is located, the state may require you to have a fidelity bond in place of a surety bond or in addition to a surety bond.

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