Wisconsin Mortgage Broker Surety Bonds
Wisconsin Mortgage Brokers are required to have a license and obtain a Wisconsin Residential Mortgage Broker Surety Bond as a condition of licensure. License prerequisites include a minimum net worth of $100,000 and securing a surety bond.
Surety Bond and License Requirements:Applicants will need to apply for licensure through the National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) and pay the applicable license and NMLS processing fees. Submit financial statements approved by a Certified Public Accountant. Financial statements include a Balance Sheet, an Income Statement, and Statement of Cash Flows.If any of the disclosure statements were answered "yes," provide an explanation for each answer.Mortgage brokers are required to have a $120,000 surety bond to meet licensing requirements. The surety will upload the bond into the NMLS ESB system.Mortgage broker that have five branch locations or more are required to obtain a bond increase of $10,000 for each additional branch location. If applicant is a partnership, corporation or limited liability company, provide a certified copy of formation documents and a Certificate of Authority or a Good Standing Certificate obtained through the Wisconsin Secretary of State.
How Much Will a Wisconsin Mortgage Broker Bond Cost?
The premium that you pay for a Wisconsin Residential Mortgage Broker License Surety Bond is dependent on credit, and personal and business financial statements.
More Surety Bond Questions?
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