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Colorado Surety Bonds

  • Lowest rates on Colorado surety bonds
  • We underwrite all types of surety bonds in Colorado
  • We can get all credit types bonded in Colorado
  • Free quote and simple application process

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Lance Surety Bonds’ best specialty programs apply to Colorado, which means we can offer the lowest possible rates to principals in this state.

Lance Surety Bonds represents a network of expert A-rated and T-listed bond companies, and we are confident that we can help you get bonded in Colorado at an excellent rate, regardless of your personal credit score. Our staff is very experienced in dealing with Colorado bonding requirements, and can help make the bonding process seamless.

Check out the questions and answers sections below to find out more about how you can get your Colorado surety bond, how much it will cost you and how you can get bonded with bad credit.

To apply for your Colorado surety bond straight away, just find the type of bond you are looking for in the search tool below and click ‘Apply’. We will get in touch with your shortly after that.

Finally, call us at(877)-514-5146 anytime to speak to our surety bond experts. They will be happy to help you out and answer all of your Colorado surety bond related questions. Don’t hesitate, give us a call!

Find Your Colorado Surety Bond

  • Contractor License (No P&P Language) Bond
    Permit Compliance Bond (El Paso County, CO)
    Board of County Commissioners; El Paso County
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (Local) Bond
    Contractor License Bond (City of Trinidad, CO)
    City of Trinidad
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond
    Installer of Manufactured Homes Bond
    Dept of Local Affairs Div of Housing
  • Excess Weight, Other Highway & Street Permit Bond
    Right of Way Street Permit for Washo Circle Bond (
    El Paso County, CO Public Services Department
  • Collection Agency Bond
    Collection Agency
    Collection Agency Board
  • Debt Consolidators Bond
    Debt Management
    Collection Agency Board
  • Insurance Adjusters Bond
    Public Adjusters Bond
    Colorado Division of Insurance
  • Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages) Bond
    Mortgage Loan Originator (Individual)
    Division of Real Estate
  • Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages) Bond
    Mortgage Loan Originator
    Division of Real Estate
  • Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages) Bond
    Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages)
    Division Of Real Estate
  • Mortgage Lender/Banker (1st & 2nd Mort.) Bond
    Supervised Lender
    Adminstrator of Uniform Consumer Credit Code
  • Small Loan Companies Bond
    Supervised Lender Bond
    Attorney General
  • Defective Title Bond
    Defective Title Bond
    Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (New & Used) Bond
    Motor Vehicle Dealer
    Department of Revenue - Auto Industry Division
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bond
    Motor Vehicle Dealer
    Department of Revenue - Auto Industry Division
  • Motor Vehicle (Non-Dealer, Not Listed) Bond
    Motor Vehicle Buyer Agent
    Dept of Revenue - Auto Industry Division
  • Motor Vehicle (Non-Dealer, Not Listed) Bond
    Home Sale Down Payment Bond
    Div. of Housing - Manufactured Home Registration
  • Detectives Bond
    Private Detective and/or Security Service License
    Department of Emergency Services and Public Protec
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Merchant Guard Company
    Dept. of Excise and Licenses
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Hearing Aid Providers
    Division of Registrations / Office of Licensing
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    For Purchasing of Gold
    Grand Junction City
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Motor Carrier
    Public Utilites Commission
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Waste Tire Hauler Bond
    Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Division of Private Occupational Schools
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Third Party Testing-Examiner Bond
    Department of Revenue
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Out of State Private Occupational School Agent Bon
    Division of Private Occupational School
  • Fuel Tax (All Others, Sellers & Users) Bond
    Mileage & Fuel Tax
    Colorado Department of Revenue
  • Fuel Tax (All Others, Sellers & Users) Bond
    Fuel Distributors Bond
    Colorado Department of Revenue
  • Sales, Use & Consumer Tax Bond
    Medical Marijuana License
    Department of Revenue
  • Sales, Use & Consumer Tax Bond
    City & County of Denver Retail Marijuana License B
    City and County of Denver
  • Sales, Use & Consumer Tax Bond
    Retail Marijuana License Bond
    Dept of Revenue, Marijuana Enforcement Division
  • Sales, Use & Consumer Tax Bond
    Retail Marijuana Excise Tax Bond
    State of Colorado, Department of Revenue
  • Sales, Use & Consumer Tax Bond
    Medical Marijuana License Bond
    City & County of Denver
  • Sales, Use & Consumer Tax Bond
    (City of Lafayette, CO) Retail Marijuana License B
    City of Lafayette
  • Sales, Use & Consumer Tax Bond
    (City of Aurora, CO) Retail Marijuana Establishmen
    City of Aurora - Marijuana Enforcement Division
  • Grain & Commodity (State License & Warehouse) Bond
    Dealer and/or Commodity Handler Bond
  • Utility Deposit Bond
    La Plata Electric Association Utility Payment Bond
    La Plata Electric Association
  • Financial Guarantee (All Other) Bond
    Solid Waste Disposal Sites and Facilities Financia
    Hazardous Materials & Waste Management Division
  • Lottery Bond
    Department of Revenue, Lottery Commission
  • Repossession Agent Bond
    Colorado Attorney General
  • Appraisal Management
    Appraisal Management Bond
    Colorado Division of Real Estate

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does a Surety Bond Cost in Colorado?

The cost of your Colorado surety bond is not fixed, but depends on a number of factors which are case-specific. When sureties determine the rate or premium that you have to pay to obtain a bond, they take into account the type of bond you are applying for and the amount of that bond. They further take into account a number of financial factors.

The amount of your surety bond is the amount of coverage that it offers the obligees if they file a claim against the bond. Bond amounts, such as those of most license bonds, vary from state to state or are determined on the basis of a contract, in the case of contract bonds.

Your premium is based on the full amount of your Colorado surety bond, and is a fraction or percentage of that full amount. When determining the exact percentage, sureties consider your personal credit score. Applicants with high credit score typically receive rates that range between 1%-4% of the total bond amount.

Presenting good personal and business financials as well as additional proof of financial and business stability is also a way of positively influencing one’s premium rate and lowering it further.

Check out our informative and thorough surety bond cost guide for further information on the subject!

Colorado Bad Credit Surety Bonds Program

Those applicants who have a lower credit score or are experiencing other financial and business struggles can get a Colorado surety bond, too! In order to meet the demand from such applicants, we have created our special Bad Credit Surety Bonds program.

Because of the higher risk involved in underwriting bonds for such applicants, rates under our bad credit program are slightly higher - between 5%-15%. Yet, by applying for a Colorado surety bond through this program, you are sure to still receive the best rate we can secure for you as well as the backing of a highly reliable and expert surety bond company.

But by applying for a bond through this program, applicants are still guaranteed to receive the best quote on their bond. And since surety bond cost is not fixed, if you improve your credit score and financial standing, you can get a better rate next time around.

How to Get Bonded in Colorado

To get your Colorado surety bond, all you need to do is apply online through our simple and secure application tool. After we receive and assess your application, we will contact you with an entirely free quote on your Colorado surety bond.

By applying for your surety bond with us, you are sure to receive one of the lowest rates on surety bonds in Colorado. We work with an extensive network of professional sureties and are therefore able to locate the best rates for our customers. If you need help with your application or want to know more about getting bonded in Colorado, call us at (877)-514-5146! We look forward to hearing from you and providing you with assistance, guidance or advice!

Types of Colorado Surety Bonds

We are able to underwrite all types of Colorado surety bonds - all forms of license and permit bonds, contract bonds and court bonds. See below for more info about every type.

License bonds are the type of bonds that Colorado businesses and certain individuals need to obtain before they can get their business license in Colorado. Contractors, auto dealers, mortgage and freight brokers and many others need to get bonded in order to get licensed.

These bonds are put in place in order to guarantee that those licensed operate in accordance with the state and federal regulations for their license. They also protect the Colorado public and state in situations where this is not the case.

Contract bonds are the type of bonds that Colorado contractors may be required to obtain when working on certain projects. Most state and federal projects, as well as many private projects will require that contractors obtain the relevant contract bonds before they can enter a bid or begin work on a project.

These bonds serve as a guarantee that Colorado contractors will perform according to state regulations as well as a contract that they have with project owners or subcontractors and suppliers.

Court bonds are the type of bonds that certain individuals in Colorado may be requested to obtain before legal proceedings in a court can take place. Individuals who want to appeal a judgement by a Colorado court may, for example, be asked to obtain an appeal bond. Persons who are appointed as fiduciaries will often be asked to obtain a fiduciary bond.

Top Surety Bond Companies in Colorado

Getting bonded in Colorado is a very simple affair if you get bonded in the right place and can cause you a lot of headaches if you get bonded in the wrong place. The right Colorado surety bond companies to back your bond are those that are reliable, accredited and renowned - those who match government criteria and have the means and experience to back their clients.

By obtaining your Colorado surety bond with us, you are guaranteed to receive a bond backed by one of the best surety companies nationwide. All of our partner companies are licensed in all 50 states, they are listed with the U.S. Department of Treasury and what’s more - they are A-rated and better under the ‘A.M. Best’ credit rating system.

Companies such as Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Washington International Insurance Company, Swiss Reinsurance American Corporation and International Fidelity Insurance Company stand behind the bonds we underwrite. By getting your bond through us you are investing in your own security!

Most Popular Surety Bonds in Colorado

Colorado Auto Dealer Bond

Those who want to open a car dealership in Colorado will need to get a Colorado auto dealer bond as part of the licensing requirements.

Contractor License Bond

Before contractors can work on projects, they need to get licensed and bonded with a Colorado contractor license bond.

Mortgage Broker Bond

To obtain a mortgage broker license in Colorado, individuals need to get bonded as part of the licensing process. This guarantees that they will comply with state regulations.

Fuel Tax Bonds

Fuel tax bonds are needed by businesses selling fuel in the state of Colorado. They guarantee that all relevant taxes and fees will be paid to the state of Colorado.

Freight Broker Bond

Freight brokers in all states are required to get a freight broker bond in the state they operate in before they have their license issued.

Collection Agency Bonds

To get licensed as a collection agency in Colorado, a collection agency bond will be needed. It guarantees that moneys collected will be distributed properly.

What Our Clients Have To Say?

Kimberlee Ables
Quick response times and turn around for issuing bonds. Great customer service and very knowledgeable. We have used Lance Surety multiple times and have never been disappointed. Highly recommend them and Collette!
Andrew Poincot
Long story short, these guys cut through the B.S. and get the job done. Responsiveness, excellent! Communication, excellent! Respect for their industry partners, excellent! John, Collette, Ryan, you're all-stars! Thank you!
Margie Martinez
We decided for Lance Surety Bond's quote for 2 reasons; Price and Customer Service. Our Representative Ryan was just SUPERB!! [...] I highly recommend Lance Surety Bond for all your Bonding needs! I'll definitely come back for all of mine. :-) Thanks Ryan!

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