PPP 2.0 is here. Quick and Easy: Over $4 Billion PPP Loans Bought or funded to date by our partnership.

PRIME COMMERCIAL LENDING IS MAKING PPP 2.0 SIMPLE FOR BROKERS AND REFERRAL PARTNERS.

Submit your PPP clients and secure their spot for the next round of PPP loans. Just three simple lines of information and your client will be on their way to their PPP loan if eligible.

  • White-Glove PPP Loan Servicing by our partner
  • Our online portal makes loan applications and forgiveness easy, while keeping your borrowers informed along the way.
  • Updates about to your applicant on their loan status.
  • Real support, standing by to help your borrower.
  • Highly trained experts review your borrower’s origination and forgiveness applications.
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Who Can Apply

This program is for any small business with less than 300 employees (including sole proprietorships, independent contractors and self-employed persons), private non-profit organization or 501(c)(19) veterans organizations affected by coronavirus/COVID-19.

Small businesses in the hospitality and food industry with more than one location could also be eligible at the store and location level if the store employs less than 500 workers. This means each store location could be eligible.

Broker Compensation

THE REFERRAL FEE TO BE PAID TO THE REFERRAL AGENT ON REFERRED PPP LOANS CLOSED UNDER THIS AGREEMENT WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:

  • 0.50% of principal Loan amount of not more than $350,000
  • 0.25% of principal Loan amount of more than $350,000, but less than $2 Million
  • 0.12% of principal Loan amount of at least $2 Million

New Program Changes

  • A second loan for small businesses with less than 300 employees with a revenue reduction of at least 25% in the first, second or third quarter of 2020 relative to the same quarter in 2019.
  • A maximum second loan amount of $2 million for most businesses at 2.5 times their average monthly payroll costs, although some food service and accommodations businesses could see more, as their maximum equals 3.5 times their monthly payroll costs.
  • Creation of a simplified loan forgiveness application form consisting of a one-page certification that requires the small business to list the loan amount, the number of employees retained and the estimated total spent on payroll costs.
  • Forgiveness for small businesses if they spend at least 60% of their PPP second draw loan on payroll costs during the covered period.
  • Expansion of covered expenses to include software, cloud computing resources and human resources and accounting needs, as well as property damage costs due to public disturbances that were not covered by insurance, supplier costs and the purchase of personal protective equipment.
  • Expansion of eligibility to include 501(c)(6) nonprofits, such as local chambers of commerce, as well as destination marketing organizations, housing cooperatives, newspapers, broadcasters and radio stations.
  • Repeal of a previous CARES Act provision that required small businesses to deduct any Economic Injury Disaster Loans from PPP loan forgiveness.
  • An override of an IRS ruling that barred small businesses from deducting from their taxes expenses paid for with PPP loans.
  • Prohibition on publicly-traded companies accessing the PPP. Entities affiliated with the Chinese government are also ineligible.
  • The creation of a farmer and rancher calculation for PPP loans, as well as codifying rules for faith-based organizations and churches to maintain their eligibility in the program.
  • PPP loan borrowers to choose two covered periods, an eight-week covered period or a 24-week covered period, in which to spend the loan proceeds.
  • Voluntary release of demographic information for loans. However the SBA is mandated to include a demographic questionnaire in the loan origination application.
  • Clarification that group insurance payments count as payroll costs, including group life, disability, vision and detail insurance.
  • Ineligibility for businesses that receive a grant under a separate, $15 billion program for venues.
  • A reapplication option for the PPP maximum for any business that returned all or part of their PPP loan so long as they have not received forgiveness yet. And any borrower that would have gotten a larger loan under the new legislation can reapply for the difference.