Montana Mortgage Servicer Surety Bond
Mortgage Servicers, Lenders, Brokers and Mortgage Broker Independent Contractor Entities in Montana are required to apply for a license through the National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) and file a Montana Mortgage Servicer Surety Bond as a condition of licensure.
Surety Bond and License Requirements:
- Complete the mortgage servicer application and pay the credit report, license, NMLS processing, and FBI criminal background check fees.
- Applicants, a director, general partner, executive officers, direct owners and indirect owners with at least a 10% interest in the company are required to have a FBI criminal background check.
- Provide the following: a management chart, organizational chart, business plan, management chart, a schedule of fees and costs for services charged, and a Certificate of Authority or Good Standing Certificate (if applicable).
- Applicants that will be using a dba or trade name must register with the Montana Secretary of State and obtain a Certificate of Registration of Assumed Business Name.
- Mortgage brokers must sponsor at least one mortgage loan originator for licensure.
- Obtain a $100,000 surety bond. The surety bond will be uploaded electronically into the NMLS ESB system by the surety company the bond is purchased through.
- If any of the disclosure statements were answered "yes," provide an explanation for each.
- Establish a trust account if any funds for borrowers will be held.
- Provide a copy of formation documents if the business is a partnership, limited liability company or corporation, unincorporated association, not for profit corporation, trust or sole proprietor if using a dba name.
- Complete the Escrow Account Authorization.
- Licenses must be renewed annually.
How Much Will This Bond Cost?
The premium you pay for a Montana Servicer Surety Bond is dependent of credit, and business and personal financial statements. Contact our Surety Bond Specialists for a free quote that fits your specific needs.
Related Links:Montant NMLS Mortgage Servicer License Information
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