Thanks! We've received your SBA application request.

We're setting up your full application now and will send you an email once it is ready.

Thank you for taking the time to fill out our online SBA Paycheck Protection Program form. We’ve received your information into our secure application portal.

Here are the next steps you can expect:

Step 1 - Initial Review: Our processing team will review the information you have provided and initiate a full application request. Step 2 - Full Application: You will receive an email inviting you to create a borrower profile in our secure borrower portal. We will walk you through a series of questions necessary to complete the SBA application and request a few supporting documents to help us verify who you are and your business. Step 3 - Application Review: Our processing team will review the information you provided and verify the application for completion and accuracy. If we need you to submit any additional information, we will add the request to your borrower portal, and you will receive a notification email of the new request. We will work with you to fully complete your application for submission to the SBA for approval. Step 4 - SBA Submission: Our team will use the information you have provided and fill out the required government forms automatically. We will send them to you via your borrower portal for your final signature certifying that everything you have provided is accurate and truthful. Once executed we will submit the package to the SBA’s online approval system for financial institutions. Step 5 - Funding: Once approved by the SBA, we will be clear to fund your loan. We know these are stressful times as a business owner, and our team is working around the clock to process your loan as quickly as possible. If you have any questions refer to our SBA FAQ page, and please don’t hesitate to contact us directly at [email protected]. Thank you for considering us as your small business lender! - The North Avenue Team

About North Avenue Capital

NAC specializes in helping borrowers navigate the unique red tape of government-guaranteed loans, and has processed more than $3 billion in such applications to date.