Minnesota Surety Bonds

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Minnesota Surety Bonds Overview

Bryant Surety Bonds provides bonding services across the country, including Minnesota surety bonds. We are able to place all types of bonds in Minnesota, thanks to the A-rated and T-listed surety bond companies we work with.

Applicants with low credit scores have specific needs and concerns. Our Bad Credit Surety Bond Program offers some of the best available deals to applicants who’ve been rejected elsewhere, thanks to our access to a variety of special markets.

To get bonded right away, you can find the bond you need by searching the table below. Click the ‘Apply’ button and you’ll be forwarded to your surety bond application form, which takes only a minute or two to submit.

To find out more about Minnesota surety bonds, see the sections below the table. We’ve compiled everything you need to know about the types of surety bonds we offer, how your bond cost is calculated, and how you can get your bond.

Find the Bond You Need

  • Agricultural (Non-Livestock) Bond
    Minnesota Dept of Agriculture
    Agricultural (Non-Livestock) Bond
  • Contractor License (No P&P Language) Bond
    Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
    Mechanical License Bond
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (Local) Bond
    City of Circle Pines
    General Contracting License Bond
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond
    Dept of Labor and Industry
    Electrical Contractor Bond
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond
    Dept of Labor and Industry
    Sign Contractor
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond
    Dept of Labor and Industry
    Mechanical $25K
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond
    Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
    Technology System Contractor Bond
  • Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond
    State of Minnesota
    Non-Minnesota Contractor's Bond
  • Investment Advisor (Blue Sky) Bond
    State Of Minnesota
    Investment Advisor
  • Collection Agency Bond
    Commissioner,Dept of Commerce
    Collection Agency (Corp/LLC)
  • Collection Agency Bond
    Commissioner,Dept of Commerce
    Collection Agency (Partnership)
  • Collection Agency Bond
    Commissioner,Dept of Commerce
    Collection Agency (Sole Prop.)
  • Debt Consolidators Bond
    Dept of Commerce - Div of Financial Institutions
    Credit Service Organization
  • Professional Fund Raisers Bond
    Office of the Attorney General
    Professional Fund Raisers Bond
  • Insurance Adjusters Bond
    Department of Commerce
    Public Adjuster Surety Bond
  • Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages) Bond
    Dept of Commerce
    Residential Mortgage Originator
  • Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages) Bond
    Dept of Commerce, Division of Financial Examinatio
    Residential Mortgage Servicer
  • Mortgage Lender/Banker (1st & 2nd Mort.) Bond
    Dept of Commerce
    Mortgage Lender
  • Defective Title Bond
    MN Dept of Public Safety, Motor Vehicles
    Ownership and Security Intrest Bond
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (New & Used) Bond
    Department of Public Safety - Driver and Vehicle S
    Motor Vehicle Dealer
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (New & Used) Bond
    Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
    Manufactured Home Dealer
  • Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bond
    Department of Public Safety - Driver and Vehicle S
    Motor Vehicle Dealer
  • Sport Permits Bond
    MN Office of Combative Sports
    Promoters Bond
  • Health Spas/Health Clubs Bond
    State of Minnesota
    Health, Dating or Buying Club
  • Auctioneers (Other than Livestock) Bond
    Hennepin County
    Auctioneers (Other than Livestock) Bond
  • Auctioneers (Other than Livestock) Bond
    Dakota County
    Auctioneers Bond (Dakota County, MN)
  • Detectives Bond
    State of Minnesota
    Protective Agent for Fee Bond
  • Detectives Bond
    State of Minnesota
    Private Detective or Investigator For Free Bond
  • Retail Stores & Service Shops
    City of Anoka, MN
    (City of Anoka, MN) Liquor License Type Bond
  • Medicare & Medicaid (Home Agencies, State) Bond
    Dept of Human Services
    PCA Agency Bond
  • Medicare & Medicaid (Durable Equip, State) Bond
    MN Dept of Human Services
    DMEPOS Bond
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Department of Human Services, State of Minnesota
    Professional Licenses (All Other)
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    MN Department of Commerce
    Dept. of Commerce Currency Exchange
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    State Fire Marshall Division
    Fire Protection Bond
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    State of Minnesota
    Bullion Coin Dealer Bond (Corporation/LLC)
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    State Of Minnesota
    Franchisor Bond
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Commissioner of Human Services
    Interpreter Agency Bond (U Care Minnesota)
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Minnesota Department of Commerce
    Service Contract Provider Bond
  • Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond
    Licenses and Consumer Services
    Wrecker of Buildings License Bond (Class B)
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Department of Transportation
    MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
  • Schools (All) Bond
    Minnesota Office of Higher Education
    Private School Bond
  • Schools (All) Bond
    MN Driver and Vehicle Services
    Commercial Driver Training School Bond
  • Alcohol (Manufacturers, Warehouses, Wholesalers) Bond
    Department of Public Safety Alcohol and Gambling E
    Alochol & Gambling Enforcement direcor Manufactors
  • Fuel Tax (All Others, Sellers & Users) Bond
    MN Dept of Public Safety
    International Fuel Tax Agreement and International
  • Utility Deposit Bond
    anoka municipal utility (AMU)
    Anoka Municipal Utility Bond
  • Auctioneer's (Net Proceeds Meet Amount) Bond
    Hennepin County
    (Hennepin County, MN) Auctioneer Bond
  • Wages & Fringe Benefits Bond
    MN & ND Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers
    Fringe Benefit Bond (MCTCA)
  • Lottery Bond
    Minnesota State Lottery
    Lottery Bond
  • Money Transmitter Bond
    STATE OF MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE CURRENCY
    Money Transmitter

Types of Surety Bonds in Minnesota

We offer all types of Minnesota surety bonds. These include Minnesota license bonds, Minnesota contract bonds, and Minnesota court bonds.

License bonds– also called commercial bonds– are those bonds that businesses need when they are applying for their license in the state of Minnesota. Contract bonds are required of contractors who are already licensed and bonded, and wish to work on construction projects within the state. Court bonds are required by state courts in a variety of courtroom situations– when you are appealing a ruling or when you are becoming a fiduciary.

Read on for more information on these different types of bonds.

Minnesota License & Permit Bonds

The state government of Minnesota requires a variety of businesses to obtain a business licence before they can do business. When getting licensed, many businesses also need to obtain a license and permit bond, sometimes called a commercial bond, and submit it to the relevant state authority.

Which businesses need to get bonded, and which don’t, is determined by the state. Some bonds, such as auto dealer bonds and freight broker bonds, are required in all states, with few exceptions.

The requirement for getting bonded, such as the amount of the surety bond (also known as the penal sum of the bond), also vary from state to state, and from bond to bond.

License bonds are are a guarantee that licensed and bonded businesses will comply with state regulations, and all rules pertaining to their particular type of business. They thus serve as protection, through financial compensation, to customers and the state in cases where regulations are not complied with, and businesses act dishonestly.

The freight broker bond and the Minnesota auto dealer bond are among the bonds that we receive the most applications for. We also underwrite the whole range of other license bonds required in the state, at great rates. Find out more about the cost of the bond and how to get bonded below.

Minnesota Contract Bonds

Contract bonds are required of licensed and bonded Minnesota contractors who have been hired to work on a construction project in the state. They are also relevant to those who wish to participate in a bid on a project, and in a number of other cases.

The purpose of these bonds is to provide a guarantee to project owners that bonded Minnesota contractors will perform in accordance with state regulations, as well as the conditions set forth in the construction agreement.

Minnesota Court Bonds

Some Minnesota courts may require appellants to obtain court bonds when appealing a ruling. At other times, when a fiduciary is appointed by a court, the court may require that person to obtain the respective type of court bond to guarantee their trustworthiness.

You can find out more about all types of Minnesota surety bonds by calling us at (866)-450-3412, to speak to one of our surety bond professionals. We know everything about the various surety bond requirements in Minnesota, and will be happy to answer your questions.

Surety Bond Cost in Minnesota

The surety bond premium, or rate, is the cost of obtaining your Minnesota surety bond. It is a percentage of the total amount of your bond.

This total bond amount, or penal sum, is the maximum amount of compensation that your surety may extend to the bond’s obligees, if there is a claim against your bond.

When setting the rate at which you can get your bond, the surety usually checks your personal credit score first. In order to determine your rate, sureties need information about your reliability and financial stability, and credit score has proven to be a very efficient indicator of these. Your surety will likely also look at your:

  • Personal and business financial statements
  • Asset profile
  • Overall work record
  • Industry experience

Respectively, those applicants with a high-to-perfect credit score are given lower rates on their bond. If you have a high score, you can expect your premium to be somewhere between 1%-4% of the full amount of your bond.

But just because they don’t have a perfect score, doesn’t mean applicants with credit troubles are out of luck. If you have a low score, you can apply through our Bad Credit Surety Bond Program, and get the same high-quality bonds offered to everyone else.

This program has been specifically developed for low-credit applicants, giving them the chance to obtain a bond at a rate between 5%-15%, slightly higher than standard market rates.

Our surety bond cost calculator on the right can give you an idea of how much it may cost to get your bond. Or, you can get an accurate and entirely free quote by submitting a surety bond application for the bond you need.

Want to know more about bond cost? Our 'Surety Bond Cost' page contains more detailed information about how sureties determine rates.

How to Get Bonded in Minnesota

Applying for your Minnesota surety bond takes only a few minutes with our easy-to-use application tool. Apply online here, by filling in and submitting your surety bond application form.

As soon as we’ve received and processed your application, we will contact you with further details about your bond.

Our experts are available at (866)-450-3412,to provide even more information about surety bonds. They can also help you if you have trouble with your application, or can’t figure out which bond is right for you.