The New York Mortgage Brokers Bond is required by the Superintendent of Financial Services of the State of New York. According to the National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS), individuals and companies that “engage in the business of soliciting, processing, placing, or negotiating mortgage loans for others on 1-4 family occupied residential property located in the State of New York” are required to register with the Superintendent as a licensed mortgage broker. The New York Mortgage Brokers Bond is in compliance with Article 12-D of the Banking Law of the State of New York and is for the exclusive use of the Superintendent for the reimbursement of consumer fees or other improperly charged fees and to pay past due Department of Financial Services examination costs and assessments charged to the Principal.
The required amount of the New York Mortgage Brokers Bond depends on the broker’s volume of business and is a minimum bond amount of $10,000 to a maximum bond amount of $100,000. The New York Mortgage Brokers Bond is continuous in nature; therefore, it remains in full force and effect until cancellation. The bond may be cancelled at any time by the Surety by filing a written notice with the Superintendent of Financial Services of the State of New York of such cancellation at least 30 days before the effective cancellation date.
** Surety bonds are not required to be submitted until the application has been approved. The Department will not issue a registration until the Original Surety Bond has been received and accepted as satisfactorily meeting the Department’s requirements.
At surety1.com, we make it easy to obtain a New York Mortgage Brokers Bond. Our 3 step process is as follows:
*The name of the principal insured on the bond must match exactly the full legal name of applicant, as authorized by the Secretary of State of New York. If the applicant utilizes any Other Trade Names, these names must also be included on the bond.
Once these steps have been completed, your bond will be delivered to you for the required signature. Applicant must turn the bond into the Superintendent of Financial Services of the State of New York with original signatures.
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