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Nebraska Surety Bonds

  • We offer all types of Nebraska surety bonds
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  • Bad credit applicants can get bonded too
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Overview of Bonding Requirements in Nebraska

Compared to most other states, there are relatively few surety bond requirements in Nebraska. Surety bonds can be required from businesses when they apply for a license, from construction contractors working on some public projects, or from individuals who appeal a court decision.

A typical surety bond agreement involves three sides:

  • An obligee (requires the bond)
  • A principal (posts the bond)
  • A surety (backs the bond agreement)

The role of the surety is to make guarantees to the obligee that the principal will act in accordance with the bond agreement, or face legal consequences. A third party which suffers loss from the principal can file a claim and seek recourse.

You can apply for your bond using the bond below. Even if you don’t find your on our list, that doesn’t mean we can’t get you bonded. Simply call us at (877)-514-5146.

Find Your Nebraska Surety Bond

  • Investment Advisor (Blue Sky) Bond
    Bureau of Securities Bond
    Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance
  • Check Sellers Bond
    Delayed Deposit Services Business Bond
    Nebraska Department of Banking & Finance
  • Collection Agency Bond
    Collection Agency License Bond
    NE Collection Agency Licensing Board
  • Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages) Bond
    Mortgage Originator
    Director, Dept of Banking and Finance
  • Mortgage Lender/Banker (1st & 2nd Mort.) Bond
    Mortgage Banker
    Dept of Banking and Finance
  • Mortgage Lender/Banker (1st & 2nd Mort.) Bond
    Mortgage Banker
    Dept. of Banking and Finance
  • Title Insurance Agents & Escrow Officers Bond
    Escrow Agents Bond
    state of Nebraska
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (New & Used) Bond
    50K Motor Vehicle Dealer
    Motor Vehicle Industry Licensing Board
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (New & Used) Bond
    25K Motor Vehicle Dealer
    Motor Vehicle Industry Licensing Board
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bond
    Motor Vehicle Dealer ($50K)
    Motor Vehicle Industry Licensing Board
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bond
    Motor Vehicle Dealer ($25K)
    Motor Vehicle Industry Licensing Board
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Wholesale Drug Distributor
    Dept. of Health and Human Services
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Private Postsecondary Career School Bond
    Nebraska Department of Education
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Approved Training Agency Bond
    Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Training Agency Bond
    Department of Health and Human Services
  • Alcohol (Retailers) Bond
    Alcoholic Liquor Tax Bond
    Nebraska Liquor Control Commission
  • Fuel Tax (All Others, Sellers & Users) Bond
    Motor Fuels Tax Bond
    Nebraska Dept of Revenue
  • Lottery Bond
    Nebraska Lottery Retailer
    Nebraska Department of Revenu
  • Appraisal Management
    Appraisal Management Company Bond
    Real Estate Appraisers Board

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different types of bonds in Nebraska?

Based on their purpose, there are three main categories of surety bonds:

  • License bonds is the largest category. As their name suggests, license bonds are required from businesses wishing to get licensed in Nebraska. Such businesses include collection agencies, lotteries, investment advisors, auto dealers and others.
  • Contract bonds are required when a company wants to bid and perform work on a large public project. Private project owners, however, can also require surety bonds in certain cases.
  • Court bonds are required from court decision appellants or individuals appointed as fiduciaries.

What’s the cost of Nebraska surety bonds?

How much you surety bond will cost depends on a variety of factors. To start, you need to know to know your bond’s total amount first. A bond’s total amount, or penal sum, determines the maximum compensation the bond’s principal may owe in case of claim.

The total amount for license bonds is determined by a state agency based on an estimate of an expected claim rate for the whole industry. Some bonds, however, are determined on a case-by-case basis depending on the applicant’s finances, net worth, and other information.

For contract bonds, the total amount is usually a certain percentage of the contract’s cost. For large public projects, it can even be 100% of the contract price.

Bond applicants pay for these bonds in premiums, which, in most cases, are annual or biannual for license bonds and typically range between 1% and 4% if the applicant has good credit. For contract bonds a number of factors may be considered: financial strength, the type of work required, credit score, the contractor’s experience and others.

Find out more on our What Does a Surety Bond Cost? Page.

Information for applicants with bad credit

99% of applicants for license bonds will have no problem getting bonded, despite a low credit score. Some exceptions are those with an open bankruptcies or late child support payments. For most bad-credit applicants, the only difference is usually a higher premium. A co-signer or collateral is usually not required.

Currently, because of the very high risk involved in construction projects, bad credit programs do not exist for contract bonds. You can find more information on our page dedicated to bad credit surety bonds.

How do I get a surety bond in Nebraska?

If you need a license bond, you can quickly fill out our online application and we’ll get in touch with you with a free bond quotes within minutes.

Apply for your surety bond today and lock your rate for 90 days!

For contract bonds, such as bid and performance bonds, you can download the relevant application form and send it to us via fax or email.

Most Popular Surety Bonds in Nebraska

Bureau of Securities Bond (Investment Adviser Bond)

A $25,000 is required from investment advisers and broker-dealers to ensure compliance with Securities Act of Nebraska, Section 8.

Mortgage Originator Bond

Mortgage loan originators must hold a bond in amounts between $100,000 and $200,00 in order to get licensed in the state.

Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond

Automobile, motorcycle, trailer and wholesale dealers must post a $50,000 bond, acting as protection to vehicle buyers in the state.

Liquor Tax Bond

The Nebraska Liquor Control Commission requires that applicants for several license types, obtain a surety bond before they can obtain a permit.

Appraisal Management Company Bond

A $25,000 surety bond is required from appraisal management companies in Nebraska. The bond acts as a protection to their clients and ensures that these companies comply with the relevant provision outlined in the Nebraska Revised Statutes.

Contractor License Bond

Contractor in Omaha with classifications A, B, C, D and E, are required to have a $10,000 contractor license bond when getting licensed.

What Our Clients Have To Say?




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