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Indiana Surety Bonds

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  • All types of Indiana surety bonds
  • Bad credit program and standard market rates
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Lance Surety Bonds represents the top bonding companies in the nation, who can write bonds in the state of Indiana at excellent rates. Because of our relationships with these companies and our agency's in-house authority, we are confident in our ability to find you the lowest rate on all types of Indiana surety bonds. Applicants with bad credit can also get bonded in Indiana through our special bad credit program.

So if you need to get bonded in the state of Indiana, you've come to the right place!

To find out more about your Indiana surety bond - how much it costs, what types of bonds in Indiana we offer, and how you can get bonded - look at the FAQ section below!

To apply for your Indiana surety bond right away, use our search tool below. Once you've found your bond, simply click on the application button and proceed with your application! To speak to one of Lance Surety Bond's experts and receive advice or support during your application, call us at (877)-514-5146. We will be happy to help you!

Find Your Indiana Surety Bond

  • Livestock Dealers (Non-Packers, Stockyards) Bond
    Livestock Market Facilities and Dealers Bond
    Indiana State Board of Health
  • Contractor License (No P&P Language) Bond
    Timber Buyer
    IN Dept of Natural Resources
  • Contractor License (No P&P Language) Bond
    General Contractor License Bond
    Consolidated City of Indianapolis
  • Contractor License (No P&P Language) Bond
    Saint Joesph County Health Department General Cont
    Saint Joseph County Health Dept.
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (Local) Bond
    Contractor License Bond
    Consolidated City of Indianapolis
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (Local) Bond
    Building Contractor Bond
    LaPort County
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (Local) Bond
    Marshall County General Contractor License
    Marshall County Building
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (Local) Bond
    Building Contractor Bond
    City of La Porte
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (Local) Bond
    Repair or Removal of Unsafe Building Bond
    City of Richmond, Indiana
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (Local) Bond
    Waterproofing Contractor Bond (Lake County Plan Co
    Lake County Plan Commission
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (Local) Bond
    General Contractor Bond (Lake County, IN)
    The City of Gary
  • Excess Weight, Other Highway & Street Permit Bond
    Excavatin in Streets Bond
    The City of Mishawaka Indiana
  • Collection Agency Bond
    Collection Agency
    State Board of Accounts
  • Debt Consolidators Bond
    Foreclosure Consultant/Credit Services Organizatio
    IN Consumer Protection Division
  • Debt Consolidators Bond
    Credit Services Organization
    State of Indiana Office of Attorney General
  • Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages) Bond
    Loan Broker
    Securities Commissioner
  • Mortgage Lender/Banker (1st & 2nd Mort.) Bond
    First Lien Mortgage Lending
    Securities Commissioner
  • Mortgage Lender/Banker (1st & 2nd Mort.) Bond
    Mortgage Lending
    State of Indiana Dept of Financial Institutions
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (New & Used) Bond
    Vehicle Merchandising Certificate Bond
    Indiana Secretary of State Dealer Division
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bond
    Vehicle Merchandising Certificate Bond
    Indiana Secretary of State Dealer Division
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bond
    Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bon
    State of Indiana Dealer Division
  • Sport Permits Bond
    Boxing & Unarmed Combat Promoters
    Indiana Gaming Commission
  • Medicare & Medicaid (Durable Equip, State) Bond
    Medicaid Bond
    Indiana Family and Social Services
  • Medicare & Medicaid (Durable Equip, State) Bond
    Medicaid Transportation Provider Bond
    Family and Social Services Administration
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Discount Medical Program Organization Bond
    Indiana Department of Insurance
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    City of Shelbyville Contractor License Bond
    City of Shelbyville
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Internet Web Site Operator
    Indiana Secretary of State Securities Division
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Closure/Post-Closure Bond
    IDEM Solid Waste Permits Section, Office of Land
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Institutional Surety Bond
    Commission on Proprietary Education
  • Alcohol (Manufacturers, Warehouses, Wholesalers) Bond
    Alcohol Beverage
    Indiana Alcoholic Beverage Commission
  • Cigar/Cigarette & Tobacco Tax Bond
    Other Tobacco Products Distributor's License
    Indiana Department of Revenue
  • Fuel Tax (All Others, Sellers & Users) Bond
    Special Fuel License
    Dept of Revenue Fuel Tax, Bonds & Licensing
  • Fuel Tax (All Others, Sellers & Users) Bond
    Gasoline Distributor's License Bond
    Indiana Department of Revenue
  • Miscellaneous Taxes Bond
    Permit Fee Bond
    Indiana Department of Revenue - OSW Services
  • Wages & Fringe Benefits Bond
    IBEW Local 531 Contractor's Wage, Fringe Benefit a
    Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 531
  • Fringe Benefits Only Bond
    IBEW Local 153 Contractor Wage Bond
    Intl Brotherhood of Electricial Workers Local 153

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does a Surety Bond Cost in Indiana?

The cost of your Indiana surety bond is directly linked to the type of bond you are applying for. Most license and permit bonds have their amounts determined by state governments. There are also a handful of bonds whose amounts are fixed on a federal level, such as freight broker bonds. The amount of contract bonds is not fixed by the state but rather depends on the project and its contract.

Your Indiana surety bond's amount is different from its cost, though. The cost of your bond - or the premium rate at which you obtain your bond - is a fraction of the total amount of your bond. How high or low your your surety bond rate is, depends on the following factors.

The primary financial factor that surety bond companies take into account when determining your rate is your personal credit score. Applicants with good credit score can usually get their Indiana surety bond at standard market rates. Standard market rates vary between 1%-4% of the total amount.

Applicants who are further able to present good personal and business financial statements, evidence of their industry experience, or the stability of their company also receive a lower rate on their Indiana surety bond.

For further information on surety bond premiums and how bonding companies determine your rate, check out our surety bond cost page.

Indiana Bad Credit Surety Bonds Program

Bad credit applicants are also able to obtain an Indiana surety bond. Such applicants go through our special Bad Credit Surety Bonds program. Rates under this program are slightly higher, between 5%-15% of the total bond amount, but offer a possibility for those who are otherwise turned down to get bonded.

And if such applicants improve their credit score over time, they are offered progressively better and lower rates on their bond. Regardless of the program that such applicants apply under, all of our bonds are of good quality!

How to Get Bonded in Indiana

Getting bonded in Indiana is simple. Just apply online through our simple and secure software. As a first step we will provide you with a free ‘no obligations’ quote on your Indiana surety bond. If we need you to provide us with further documentation, we’ll let you know. Once we’ve sorted out all the details, your personal Indiana surety bond will be on its way to you.

By getting your bond with Lance Surety Bonds, you are guaranteed to be served by some of the best surety bond experts in the industry. We are well-established in the surety bond industry and have a very deep understanding of all bonding requirements in all states. Call us at (877) 514-5146 to have your questions answered or receive support. We will be more than happy to respond and help you out!

Types of Indiana Surety Bonds

Through Lance Surety Bonds, you’re able to obtain every type of Indiana surety bond that is required in the Hoosier state. This includes license and permit bonds for businesses who need to get licensed, contract bonds for licensed Indiana contractors, as well as court bonds.

License bonds are all types of surety bonds that are required in order for certain businesses and professionals in the state of Indiana to receive their license or permit. These are the most popular bonds that we underwrite in this state. We have extensive experience with issuing these bonds, such as the Indiana auto dealer bond.

The purpose of license and purpose bonds is to protect the state and public of Indiana.

Contract bonds are the second most popular type of Indiana surety bonds that we offer. These are necessary for licensed and bonded contractors in Indiana whenever they begin work on a construction project. Usually most public construction projects require contractors to get bonded and often private projects will also require their contractors to obtain Indiana contract bonds.

They guarantee the performance of contractors under the project contract and their honesty toward subcontractors and suppliers.

Court bonds are the type of surety bonds that appellate and probate courts may request from appellants or fiduciaries in connection with court cases or judgements.

Top Surety Bond Companies in Indiana

Lance Surety Bonds works with a number of Indiana surety bond companies who are among the best in the United States. All our partners are licensed throughout the whole country and are top companies in the surety bond industry. The surety bond companies in Indiana which we represent have an ‘A.M. Best’ credit rating of ‘A’ and better. They are also T-listed with the U.S. Department of Treasury.

Some of the companies we work with are: Great American Insurance Company, International Fidelity Insurance Company and Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company. By getting your Indiana surety bond with us, you will receive the backing of these professionals.

Most Popular Surety Bonds in Indiana

Indiana Auto Dealer Bond

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

Freight Broker Bond

Freight brokers in Indiana need to get a freight broker bond before they can operate as freight brokers in the state.

Contractor License Bond

Before a contractor can bid on and win construction contracts, they need to get licensed and bonded.

Credit Services Organization Surety Bonds

Credit service organizations in Indiana can only operate after they have obtained the relevant license bond.

Mortgage Broker Bond

A mortgage broker bond in Indiana ensures the broker’s compliance with state regulations for their license.

Debt Consolidator Bond

Debt consolidators in Indiana need to obtain this bond. It protects the public from fraud and other license violations.

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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