Hawaii Surety Bonds

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Hawaii Surety Bonds Overview

Bryant Surety Bonds has a national surety bond program for the state of Hawaii. We can underwrite every type of Hawaii surety bond at great rates, thanks to our expert A-rated and T-listed surety partners.

We underwrite bonds for applicants with all credit types, even those with a bad credit score. If you have been turned down for a bond in Hawaii previously, keep reading to learn about our Bad Credit Surety Bond Program, designed for clients with a low credit score, or no credit history.

Get bonded straight away by finding your bond in the table below and clicking the ‘Apply’ button. Fill in your surety bond application and submit it to our bond experts for processing.

For more information about the types of Hawaii surety bonds we underwrite, how rates are determined and how you can get bonded, have a look at the sections below the table.

Find the Bond You Need

  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond
    Dept of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
    Contractors License
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond
    City and County of Honolulu
    City of Honolulu Trenching Bond
  • Investment Advisor (Blue Sky) Bond
    Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
    BOND FOR INVESTMENT ADVISER IN SECURITIES
  • Collection Agency Bond
    State of Hawaii
    Collection Agency Bond
  • Professional Fund Raisers Bond
    Department of the Attorney General - Tax Division
    Professional Fund Raisers
  • Insurance Adjusters Bond
    Hawaii Insurance Division
    Public Adjuster Bond
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (New & Used) Bond
    Motor Vehicle Industry Board - Department of Comme
    Motor Vehicle Dealer
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bond
    Motor Vehicle Industry Board - Department of Comme
    Motor Vehicle Dealer
  • Sport Permits Bond
    HI Mixed Martial Arts Program
    Promoter's
  • Detectives Bond
    Board of Private Detectives & Guards
    Private Detective, Guard or Agency
  • Employment Agencies Bond
    State of Hawaii Prof. Empl. Organiation Program
    Professional Employer Organization Bond
  • Cemetery Permits Bond
    Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs
    Cemetery Authority Bond
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Dept. of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
    Activity Desk
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    DCCA
    Time Share Plan
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Dept of Education Community Education Center
    Private Trade, Vocational or Technical School Bond
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Dept of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
    Prelicense Real Estate School and Continuing Edcua
  • Money Transmitter Bond
    Dept of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
    Money Transmitters License
  • Telemarketing/Phone Solicitor Bond
    Department of the Attorney General - Tax Division
    Telemarketing/Phone Solicitor

Types of Surety Bonds in Hawaii

All types of Hawaii surety bonds are available to our customers. These include Hawaii license and permit bonds, contract bonds, and court bonds.

License bonds are required of certain businesses when they apply to get licensed. Contract bonds are those bonds that Hawaii contractors must obtain before they can legally work on construction projects, especially state and federal ones, in the state. Court bonds are those bonds that a Hawaii court may request of individuals who appear in front of the court for a variety of reasons.

For more detailed information on each of these types of bonds, see the sections below.

Hawaii License & Permit Bonds

The state of Hawaii has a number of requirements and regulations concerning the licensing of businesses. Many businesses in the state are required to get a business license before they can operate legally. One of the requirements of getting licensed is for applicants to obtain a license and permit bond.

This type of bond serves as a guarantee that bonded businesses and individuals will perform business in compliance with state rules and regulations. They extend protection to customers in cases of fraud and dishonesty on the side of a business, and offer them financial compensation when they file a claim against the bond.

Among the most popular license bonds in the state are the Hawaii auto dealer bond, and the freight broker bond. We underwrite all types of license bonds in the state.

Hawaii Contract Bonds

Contract bonds are those bonds that contractors in Hawaii must obtain as a condition of commencing work on a construction project. They are sometimes also called construction bonds. This category includes bid bonds, payment and performance bonds, and maintenance bonds.

Whether a contractor needs to obtain a bond depends on the project and the contract conditions. Typically, state and federal construction projects require contractors to obtain one or a number of different contract bonds. The purpose of these bonds is to guarantee that Hawaii contractors will comply with state and federal requirements and regulations for contractors.

Hawaii Court Bonds

A court bond is a type of bond requested of courts in any state when individuals appear before the court for a variety of reasons. For example, a Hawaii court may order someone to obtain a supersedeas bond when they wish to appeal a court ruling. Alternatively, someone appearing in front a court to assume the role of someone’s fiduciary will be asked to obtain a fiduciary bond.

Need more information? Call our surety experts at (866)-450-3412 to find out more about the different types of Hawaii surety bonds.

Surety Bond Cost in Hawaii

Your bond rate– or surety bond premium– is the price you need to pay to obtain your bond. It is a percentage of the full amount of your bond.

The full bond amount is the maximum sum of compensation that your bond guarantees in cases of bond claims.

How high or low your premium will be is determined by sureties when they process your surety bond application. Your personal credit score is one of the criteria that sureties always take into account as it is a reliable indicator of an applicant’s overall financial status. Sureties further take into account:

  • An applicant’s financial statements
  • An applicant’s asset profile
  • An applicant’s work experience and record

Because credit score is so reliable, rates often reflect how high or low an applicant’s score is. Applicants with a high credit score usually have to pay a rate between 1%-4% of the total amount, also known as a standard market rate.

But those with a lower credit score can still get bonded, and at great rates, too. Bryant Surety Bonds’ Bad Credit Surety Bond Program enables clients who have a low credit score to obtain the bond they need, at a rate between 5%-15% of the bond amount.

Finding the lowest rates for our clients, and tailoring to their needs, is possible thanks to our expert surety partners, who have access to a large variety of markets. By getting a bond with us, you are effectively working with them– some of the best companies in the whole country.

If you’re curious what your premium may turn out to be, our surety bond cost calculator in the right sidebar can provide you with an estimate. A 100% accurate and entirely free quote is also available. Simply submit your surety bond application form. We will go through the numbers and contact you with your free quote. Submitting an application places no obligations on you.

For additional information about how premiums are determined, consult our 'Surety Bond Cost' page.

How to Get Bonded in Hawaii

Apply online here by submitting your Hawaii surety bond application form.

Processing and approval times are fairly short for most bonds, and we will soon be contacting you with your quote.

Our lines are open for you at all times at (866)-450-3412. Call us if you require further information, or need any help with your application.

To understand how surety bonds work, explore our ‘What is a Surety Bond’ guide, which explains why bonds are put in place and how they protect their obligees.