Nevada Mortgage Servicer Surety Bond
Mortgage Servicers in Nevada that provide first mortgage servicing, third party first mortgage servicing and subordinate lien mortgage servicing are required to apply for a license through the National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) and file a Nevada Mortgage Servicer Bond as a condition of licensure.
Surety Bond and License Requirements:
- Applicants must complete the mortgage servicer application and pay the applicable NMLS, credit report, and fingerprint fees.
- Provide audited financial statements that prove a net worth of $100,000.
- Applicant direct owners, shareholders, qualified employees and executive officers must be able to pass a background check. Direct owners will need to submit a credit report.
- Additional required documents include copies of financial statements, a business plan, formation documents (if applicable), a management chart, an organizational chart, Certificate of Good Standing, a local business license, a copy of the qualifying persons resume and W-2, and disclosure statements (if applicable).
- Obtain a $100,000 surety bond for mortgage servicing totals of less than $50,000,000.
A $200,000 surety bond is required for mortgage servicing totals over $50,000,000 but less than $500,000,000.
A $300,000 surety bond for mortgage servicing totals of $500,000,000 or more.
- A surety bond is required for each license year and renews annually.
How Much Will This Bond Cost
The premium that you pay for a Nevada Mortgage Servicer Surety Bond is dependent on credit, bond amount needed, and personal and business financials. Rates start as low as .75%.
More Surety Bond Questions?
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