Processing PPP Applications from Businesses,
Non-Profits, Independent Contractors &
Certain Businesses with Over 500 Employees who may be Eligible Regardless of Banking Relationship and are Struggling to Secure their PPP Loans
Some banks have stopped accepting and processing PPP applications because federal funding has been depleted.
Other banks who are accepting PPP applications appear to be focused solely on servicing existing clients.
Certain banks have even decided not to participate in the PPP program.
Based on our extensive knowledge and research, and our concern for the small business community of which we are an integral part, we have teamed up with a national direct commercial lender that is
still accepting applications in full anticipation that additional federal government funds will come shortly. While these PPP applications will not be funded until the federal government replenishes these funds, the lender believes that by completing an application now, businesses will be in a better position in the queue of PPP loans waiting to get funded once these funds start flowing again.
This direct lender is funding PPP loans to qualified businesses and non-profits nationwide regardless of the organization's current banking relationship.
How It Works
Applicants complete their application through the lender's secure online platform. The team at Asset Enhancement Solutions and the outside specialists we have retained to assist our clients with complex technical issues are available to answer your questions and provide you with a reasonable amount of assistance in completing your application at
To qualify for this personal service, you must process your application for the PPP loan through Asset Enhancement Solutions, LLC. Clicking on the button below will take you to the lender's secure state-of-the-art platform where you can immediately start the application process. The information entered and uploaded into this secure site will be seen only by the staff at the lender who review your loan application and make the PPP loan.