Colorado Surety Bonds
How to get a Colorado Surety Bond?
The process of getting a Colorado Surety Bond has never been easier. Just select the bond type and bond amount you require to get free quotes from top surety companies.
Once you choose the quote that best fits your needs, submit your application and purchase your bond. Most bond types can be printed from your home or office, meaning you could have your bond within the next 5 minutes.
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What type of bond do I need?
The best way to determine the type of Surety Bond you need is to ask the Obligee (the entity requiring you to have a bond). There are thousands of bond types, so you want to be sure you get the correct bond.
Below, we’ve created a list of the most common types of Surety Bonds issued in Colorado.
Common Colorado Surety Bond types:
Missing the title to your car? If the Colorado DMV approves your vehicle’s eligibility for a Bonded Title, we can issue the required Surety Bond. Your bond amount should be set at 2 times the value of your vehicle. Most of our clients pay $100 for their CO Certificate of Title Bond.
Many cities and counties, such as Dacono, Denver, Grand Junction, and more require contractors have a Surety Bond to get their license or permit.
These types of bonds are required to guarantee you’ll properly complete a project. The Obligee may require you to get a Bid Bond, Performance Bond or Payment Bond.
Need a court-ordered bond? We can help! Whether you need a Judicial Bond (Attachment, Indemnity to Sheriff, Injunction or Replevin) or a Fiduciary Bond (Probate, Guardianship or Trustee), we can get you started with a quote.
What type of Fidelity Bond do you need for your business?
- Business Service / Janitorial Bond: This type of bond protects your clients from theft by your employees.
- Employee Dishonesty Bond: Also known as Commercial Crime Fidelity Bonds, this policy protects you and your business from theft by your employees.
- ERISA Bond: Administrators of employee benefit and pension plans are required by the U.S. Department of Labor to have an ERISA Bond.
The Colorado Motor Vehicle Dealer Board requires auto dealers to get a Surety Bond prior to receiving their license to legally sell cars and other vehicles.
Vehicle Verifier Bond
Third-party transportation associations and organizations are required to have a Vehicle Verifier Bond to conduct VIN verification inspections for commercial vehicles in the state of Colorado.
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How much does a Colorado Bond cost?
Many of our Colorado Bonds start at $100. However, there are a few factors that go into determining how much you’ll pay for your bond. One of these factors is the bond amount. The larger the bond amount, the more risk is associated with the bond policy, which usually means a higher premium.
Depending on the bond type and amount, we may need to perform a soft pull on your credit. A soft pull will not adversely affect your credit score. With good credit and approval, the cost of your bond should be between 1-5% of the total bond amount.
Can I get a bond with bad credit?
Yes, getting a bond with non-standard credit is a possibility. Many Surety Bond types don’t require a credit check, meaning your credit status doesn’t factor into your bond cost. However, when a credit check is required, you may still receive approval with non-standard credit. If approved, applicants with bad credit receive quotes between 5-15% of the total bond amount.
Don’t let bad credit prevent you from applying for your bond. Our team will work with you to secure a quote for your bond.
Why choose Surety Solutions, A Gallagher Company?
The bond process is quick and easy with our online bond marketplace. We’ve partnered with leading surety companies to offer instant quotes at competitive prices.