Lance Surety Bonds writes all surety bonds in Nevada freely, without limitations. We work only with the top bonding companies in the industry, all of which are A-rated and T-listed. All of our specialty programs apply in Nevada, so you can be confident that you’ll get the lowest price and best service when you apply with us. This means that applicants with less-than-perfect credit are also able to obtain a bond in the state of Nevada.
Have a look at the various sections below for all relevant information about Nevada surety bonds - from surety bond cost in Nevada to the different types of surety bonds and how to get bonded in Nevada.
If you already know what Nevada surety bond you need, simply find it through the search tool below. To go ahead with your application, click on the button and follow the steps. If you have any questions regarding your application or require assistance, don’t hesitate to call us at(877) 514-5146. Our surety bond experts will be happy to provide you with advice and support!
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|Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond||Residential Pool and Spa License||State Contractors Board||Apply Now|
|Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond||Nevada State Contractors Board||State Contractors Board||Apply Now|
|Check Sellers Bond||Check Cashing Bond||Financil Institutions Division||Apply Now|
|Collection Agency Bond||COLLECTION AGENCY||State of Nevada Business & Industry Dept||Apply Now|
|Collection Agency Bond||Collection Agency Bond||Department of Business and Industry||Apply Now|
|Debt Consolidators Bond||Credit Service Organizations Surety Bond||Division of Mortgage Lending||Apply Now|
|Insurance 3rd Party Administrator Bond||Administrators As Provided By NRS 683A||Nevada Division of Insurance||Apply Now|
|Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages) Bond||Mortgage Broker||Division of Mortgage Lending||Apply Now|
|Mortgage Lender/Banker (1st & 2nd Mort.) Bond||Covered Service Provider Bond||State of Nevada||Apply Now|
|Mortgage Lender/Banker (1st & 2nd Mort.) Bond||Mortgage Banker Bond||Division of Mortgage Lending||Apply Now|
|Title Insurance Agents & Escrow Officers Bond||Escrow Agency/Agent Bond||Division of Mortgage Lending||Apply Now|
|Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (New & Used) Bond||Vehicle Industry Business License Bond||Occupational and Business Licensing||Apply Now|
|Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bond||Vehicle Industry Business License Bond||Occupational and Business Licensing||Apply Now|
|Motor Vehicle (Non-Dealer, Not Listed) Bond||Vehicle Industry Business License||Nevada - Occupational and Business Licensing||Apply Now|
|Motor Vehicle (Non-Dealer, Not Listed) Bond||Body Shop or Garage Business License Bond||Occupational and Business Licensing||Apply Now|
|Motor Vehicle (Non-Dealer, Not Listed) Bond||Specialty License Plate Bond||Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles||Apply Now|
|Motor Vehicle (Non-Dealer, Not Listed) Bond||Vehicle Registration Program Bond||Occupational and Business Licensing||Apply Now|
|Sport Permits Bond||Promoter's License and Refund Bond||Nevada Athletic Commission||Apply Now|
|Employment Agencies Bond||Employee Leasing Company||State of Nevada Worker's Compensation Section||Apply Now|
|Book/Magazine Solicitors Bond||Book/Magazine Solicitors Bond||Clark County Business License||Apply Now|
|Book/Magazine Solicitors Bond||Coupon Book Sales Bond||Planning Department, Business Licensing Division||Apply Now|
|Nursing Homes Bond||Health Care Facilities & Services||State of Nevada, Department of Human Resources, Di||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Pharmaceutical Wholesaler||Nevada State Board of Pharmacy||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Alarm System Business Bond||City of Henderson Business License Division||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Document Preparation Service Bond||Nevada Secretary of the State||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Service Contracts Bond||Nevada Department of Insurance||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Second Hand Dealer Bond (City of Las Vegas, NV)||City of Las Vegas||Apply Now|
|Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond||Recycling Center Bond||Southern Nevada District Chief Health Officer||Apply Now|
|Schools (All) Bond||Private Postsecondary Educational Institution Lice||Commission On Postsecondary Ed||Apply Now|
|Schools (All) Bond||Private Elementary and Secondary School License/So||Department of Education||Apply Now|
|Schools (All) Bond||Drive School Bond||Nevada - Occupational and Business Licensing||Apply Now|
|Alcohol (All Others) Bond||Liquor Excise Tax Bond||Dept of Taxation||Apply Now|
|Fuel Tax (All Others, Sellers & Users) Bond||Fuel Tax (All Others, Sellers & Users) Bond||Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles||Apply Now|
|Sales, Use & Consumer Tax Bond||SURETY BOND POSTED TO SECURE PERFORMANCE UNDER TIT||State of Nevada||Apply Now|
|Utility Deposit Bond||Utility Deposit Bond||Las Vegas Valley Water District||Apply Now|
|Lottery Bond||Gaming Establishment||Nevada Gaming Commission- Tax and License Division||Apply Now|
|Money Transmitter Bond||Money Transmitter Bond||FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION||Apply Now|
|Prepaid/Preneed Funeral Bond||Burial Services Seller||State of Nevada Division of Insurance||Apply Now|
Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Does a Surety Bond Cost in Nevada?
How much your Nevada surety bond will cost is determined by the type of bond you are applying for. The cost of your bond also depends on its amount, as well as your financial standing and the health of your business.
License and permit bonds’ amounts are usually determined by state governments, with a few exceptions of bonds which are the same amount throughout the country. The amount of Nevada contract bonds depend on the project you’ll be working on and the amount of the contract that you have been awarded.
Bond amount and bond cost are two separate but related things. Your Nevada surety bond’s cost, also known as your premium, is a percentage of the total amount of your bond. The exact amount of your surety bond’s cost will depend on a number of financial factors.
Your personal credit score is the most important among these. A high credit score usually means that you will receive a standard market rate on your Nevada surety bond, which will be between 1%-4% of the total bond amount.
If you are able to demonstrate good business and personal financial standing through your financial statements or other financial documents, this will usually help lower your premium rate even further.
To find out more about the cost of your surety bond and what other factors influence your rate, have a look at the extensive information presented on our surety bond cost page.
Nevada Bad Credit Surety Bonds Program
Applicants whose credit score is low or who don’t have a credit score can also get bonded in Nevada. This is possible through our very own Bad Credit Surety Bonds program. While applicants who apply under this program will be offered slightly higher rates, between 5%-15% of the entire bond amount, they’ll still receive the lowest possible rate on their Nevada surety bonds.
Furthermore, bond cost is not fixed so those applicants who increase their credit score over time and improve their financial standing will also be offered better rates on their Nevada surety bonds!
How to Get Bonded in Nevada
Getting your Nevada surety bond is very easy and straightforward. All you need to do is apply online through our website. Once you submit your application, we will contact you with a free quote on your bond. Depending on the type of your bond, we may require you to provide us with further information before offering you a quote.
Lance Surety Bonds can offer you exclusive rates on all Nevada surety bonds due to its partnership with the best surety bond companies in the industry. By getting your bond with us, you’re making the best of your investment. If you have questions or concerns, or need more information, call us at (877)-514-5146! Our knowledgeable surety bond experts will be there to respond to all your inquiries.
Types of Nevada Surety Bonds
There are three main types of surety bond in Nevada and Lance Surety Bonds underwrites all of them for its customers. There are license and permit bond that allow businesses to get licensed, contract bonds that enable contractors to begin work on a project, and court bonds for specific court cases.
License bonds include all types of bonds that Nevada businesses will need to obtain before they receive their permit. For example, auto dealers in Nevada will need to obtain a Nevada auto dealer bond before they can open their dealership. License and permit bonds are the most popular types of bonds in Nevada and we’re very familiar with the requirements for underwriting such bonds.
Contract bonds enable contractors to participate in bids or commence work on a construction project that they have been contracted for. Typically construction bonds are required on almost all public and state projects in Nevada and also on many private projects.
After license bonds, contract bonds are the second most popular bonds that we underwrite in the state of Nevada. They serve as protection for a construction project’s owner as well as the payment of suppliers and subcontractors.
Court bonds in Nevada are often needed whenever individuals wish to appeal a judgement at an appellate court, or fiduciaries are being appointed to take care of someone’s assets or estate in Nevada.
Top Surety Bond Companies in Nevada
It makes a significant difference which Nevada surety bond company backs your bond! By working with us, the backing of your bond will come from some of the most experienced and professional surety bond companies in the country. All surety bond companies in Nevada that we work with are licensed throughout the whole country. Their ‘A.M. Best’ credit rating is at least an ‘A’ or higher and they are all, without exception, T-listed with the U.S. Department of Treasury.
This places our partner companies among the best in the surety bond industry and that matters! Some of the Nevada surety bond companies we work with are: Swiss Reinsurance American Corporation, International Fidelity Insurance Company, Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company.
Most Popular Surety Bonds in Nevada
Individuals who want to open a car dealership in Nevada need to obtain this bond in order to receive their permit.
Freight brokers in the state of Nevada have to obtain the $75,000 freight broker bond before they are given their freight broker business license.
Before they can bid or get contracted on projects in Nevada, contractors need to get licensed. This bond is part of the licensing requirements.
These bonds guarantee that collection agencies in Nevada will properly and honestly account for funds they receive.
Prior to receiving their Nevada mortgage broker license, individuals need to post this bond as a form of security for the state and their customers.
This bond guarantees that PCA agencies in the state of Nevada will comply with all rules and regulations that apply to their license.