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PRESTAMOS CDFI &#; A CAPITAL SOLUTION

Prestamos CDFI, LLC is your partner in economic development, small business growth and quality job creation. Our loan products and consulting services are designed for the emerging business owner seeking funding. By leveling the playing field for businesses of every type we are able to help communities thrive. In providing high-quality lending programs paired with coaching we aid businesses in establishing sustainability and job creation.

As a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and a Community Development Entity (CDE), we are dedicated to providing businesses in emerging communities the same access and opportunities to achieve success and position themselves at an advantage in the market. Prestamos looks to help business owners in rural and urban communities thrive at their full potential by providing the tools and resources needed to grow and succeed.

CPLC

Prestamos CDFI - CPLC Fifty Years est Part of the Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. (CPLC) family since , Prestamos has been a key part of the communities both entities serve. As one of the leading Hispanic nonprofits in the country, CPLC has been promoting stronger and healthier communities throughout the southwestern United States since Prestamos is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CPLC, which allows Prestamos to move at the speed of business. Prestamos plays a fundamental role in promoting and generating economic growth and opportunity in communities that need it most. Providing its expertise and business acumen to give CPLC the greatest amount of economic development opportunities, Prestamos works closely with entrepreneurs to create long term growth.

PARTNERS

In an effort to provide our clients with the highest quality financial products and services, we have partnered with organizations that are committed to building resilient communities. With the support of organizations that are committed to providing businesses in our service areas opportunities for growth, we are able to provide capital investment that businesses and communities need through non-traditional business financing solutions. Our partners also help our team offer our clients additional resources to provide them with top-notch service.

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Small Business Administration
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

About The Program

Prestamos CDFI is accepting the Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) applications nationwide until the program closes; either when funds run out, or, on March 31, This funding is to incentivize small business owners to keep their staff on the payroll as we all persist through the (Coronavirus) COVID pandemic.

If the PPP funds are used for at least 60% payroll purposes (Wages, Health Benefits, Retirement Benefits, State Unemployment Taxes) along with up to 40% of other eligible expenses (Rent/Lease, Utilities, Fixed Interest, PPE, Cloud Computing, Etc), the PPP may be forgiven up to % by The SBA.

Once an application is submitted, it can take weeks to be funded into your bank account based on how quickly you complete your application and provide the necessary documents and The SBA approval time.

Complete and submit the contact form below. Once we receive your information, a member of the Prestamos team will contact you with further instructions to guide you through the application process.

For More Specifics on The PPP, please watch our introduction and eligibility video here:

Sours: https://www.prestamosloans.org/ppp/
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PRESTAMOS COVID PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM (PPP) FOR CORONAVIRUS RELIEF

The Paycheck Protection Program Loan is an week forgivable loan program designed to help small businesses and self-employed individuals maintain payroll and self-employment income. You are required to apply for forgiveness; it is not automatic.

If your loan was funded directly through Prestamos CDFI, you will apply through your Sparks portal. If you applied for your PPP through BlueAcorn, you will apply for forgiveness through the BlueAcorn portal once it opens in late July (anticipated).

Prestamos will be offering webinars throughout the process and will keep our community aware of rule changes as they are updated by the Small Business Administration. You can register for an upcoming PPP Forgiveness Webinar here: https://www.prestamosloans.org/events/

HOW CAN I USE MY PPP FUNDS?

Self-Employed Individuals (Sch C/ Partnerships) are eligible to use up to $20, in “Owner Compensation Replacement” across all their businesses in total. Forgiveness is based on the length of the covered period:

  • Borrowers that elect to use an eight-week covered period, the amount of loan forgiveness requested for owner-employees and self-employed individuals’ payroll compensation is capped at eight weeks’ worth (8/52) of or compensation (i.e., approximately percent of or compensation) or $15, per individual, whichever is less, in total across all businesses.
  • Borrowers that elect to use a ten-week covered period, the cap is ten weeks’ worth (10/52) of or compensation (approximately percent) or $19, per individual, whichever is less, in total across all businesses.
  • For a covered period longer than months, the amount of loan forgiveness requested for owner-employees and self-employed individuals’ payroll compensation is capped at months’ worth (/12) of or compensation (up to $20,) in total across all businesses.

Borrowers with W2 employees must use a minimum of 60% of their PPP funds for payroll expenses including:

  • Gross Wages, salary, tips, time off, sick leave, bonuses, etc up to the equivalent of $, per employee
  • Company paid-for health and retirement benefits
  • State unemployment taxes only (no federal unemployment)

While W2 Employers are eligible to use % of the funds for eligible payroll expenses, they are able to use up to 40% for other eligible expenses including:

  1. covered mortgage obligations: payments of mortgage interest (not including any prepayment or payment of principal) on any business mortgage obligation on real or personal property incurred before February 15, (“business mortgage interest payments”);
  2. Covered rent obligations: business rent or lease payments pursuant to lease agreements for real or personal property in force before February 15, (“business rent or lease payments”);
  3. Covered utility payments: business payments for a service for the distribution of electricity, gas, water, telephone, transportation, or internet access for which service began before February 15, (“business utility payments”);
  4. Covered operations expenditures: payments for any business software or cloud computing service that facilitates business operations, product or service delivery, the processing, payment, or tracking of payroll expenses, human resources, sales and billing functions, or accounting of tracking of supplies, inventory, records, and expenses;
  5. Covered property damage costs: costs related to property damage and vandalism or looting due to public disturbances that occurred during that were not covered by insurance or other compensation;
  6. Covered supplier costs: expenditures made to a supplier of goods for the supply of goods that are essential to the operations of the Borrower at the time at which the expenditure is made, and made pursuant to a contract, order, or purchase order in effect prior to the beginning of the Covered Period (for perishable goods, the contract, order, or purchase order may have been in effect before or at any time during the Covered Period); and
  7. Covered worker protection expenditures: operating or capital expenditures that facilitate the adaptation of the business activities of an entity to comply with the requirements established or guidance issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, the Centers for Disease Control, or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or any equivalent requirements established or guidance issued by a State or local government, during the period starting March 1, and ending on the date on which the national emergency declared by the President with respect to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID) expires related to maintenance standards for sanitation, social distancing, or any other worker or customer safety requirement related to COVID, but does not include residential real property or intangible property.

WHAT DO I NEED TO DO NOW?

Borrowers have ten (10) months after the end of their covered period (an period of your choice) to complete and submit the application for forgiveness. Borrowers who have received a PPP loan directly through Prestamos (this does not apply to Blue Acorn clients) and that are now ready to apply for forgiveness should request an invitation to the Sparks forgiveness application by sending a written request to [email protected]

Once the forgiveness module has been activated, you will complete the entire application online through a series of questions and sections where you can upload documentation. If your PPP loan was $, or less, providing documentation on use of funds is optional but documentation should be retained for six (6) years from the date of forgiveness determination as per the PPP guidelines.

All borrowers will select an 8-week to week covered period that begins on the date funds were deposited into your bank account. Borrowers can submit forgiveness applications once they have used all of the funds as long as it has been a minimum of 8-weeks from the date of deposit. The online module will track your progress and automatically calculate what percentage of your PPP loan is forgivable based on the answers you provide during the process.

You are able to save your application and complete it at a later date if you do not have all of the documents available when you start the forgiveness process. When you complete your application, please make sure you hit “submit.” Once you officially submit your forgiveness application to Prestamos, we have days to make a determination on your forgiveness and submit your application to The SBA for final approval. You can track each step of the process through the online portal in the forgiveness module on demand.

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DescriptionBusiness NameBusiness TypeIndustry + SectorEmployeesDate ApprovedLoan AmountLender
$K–$1M loan to DURANT ET AL., LTD. DURANT ET AL., LTD.

RENO, NV

S-Corp Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists)

Health Care and Social Assistance

68 April 28, $K–$1M Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to ALL EAGLE LLC ALL EAGLE LLC

RENO, NV

LLC Remediation Services

Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services

34 April 27, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to PLAZA RESORT CLUB, LLC PLAZA RESORT CLUB, LLC

RENO, NV

LLC Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels

Accommodation and Food Services

25 April 28, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to TIBIRIN LLC TIBIRIN LLC

PHOENIX, AZ

Partnership Full-Service Restaurants

Accommodation and Food Services

41 May 1, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to VICTORY INNS INC. VICTORY INNS INC.

FULLERTON, CA

Corporation Full-Service Restaurants

Accommodation and Food Services

49 June 29, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to US & CN INTL, LLC US & CN INTL, LLC

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA

LLC Full-Service Restaurants

Accommodation and Food Services

15 June 24, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to IDLER ENTERPRISES LLC IDLER ENTERPRISES LLC

PHOENIX, AZ

LLC Janitorial Services

Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services

19 April 27, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to MAJESTIC CONSTRUCTION CLEAN-UP, INC MAJESTIC CONSTRUCTION CLEAN-UP, INC

RENO, NV

Corporation Janitorial Services

Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services

15 May 12, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to FORME THIRD, LLC FORME THIRD, LLC

PHOENIX, AZ

LLC Commercial and Institutional Building Construction

Construction

14 April 27, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to HOPE COMMUNITY HOPE COMMUNITY

RENO, NV

Non-profit Religious Organizations

Other Services (except Public Administration)

26 April 27, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to JKG BUILDERS, INCORPORATED JKG BUILDERS, INCORPORATED

SPRING CREEK, NV

Corporation New Single-Family Housing Construction (except For-Sale Builders)

Construction

14 April 27, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$1M loan to CHIQUITA'S INC. CHIQUITA'S INC.

RENO, NV

Corporation Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except Convenience) Stores

Retail Trade

45 April 27, $K–$1M Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to XTREME PALLETS INC XTREME PALLETS INC

SAN BERNARDINO, CA

S-Corp General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Truckload

Transportation and Warehousing

67 June 30, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to ROOF CRAFTERS, INC. ROOF CRAFTERS, INC.

RENO, NV

S-Corp Roofing Contractors

Construction

8 April 27, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to ARIZONA FAMILY VISION CENTER, P.C. ARIZONA FAMILY VISION CENTER, P.C.

PHOENIX, AZ

S-Corp Offices of Optometrists

Health Care and Social Assistance

12 April 14, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$1M loan to THE VOW FILM LLC THE VOW FILM LLC

HOUSTON, TX

LLC Television Broadcasting

Information

50 June 26, $K–$1M Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to MAYCHRIS CORPORATION MAYCHRIS CORPORATION

PEORIA, AZ

Corporation Sign Manufacturing

Manufacturing

20 June 8, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$1M loan to LARGE INVESTMENT GROUP INC. LARGE INVESTMENT GROUP INC.

TUSTIN, CA

Corporation Marketing Consulting Services

Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

23 June 30, $K–$1M Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$1M loan to MB CUSTOM BUILDERS INC MB CUSTOM BUILDERS INC

TRACY, CA

S-Corp Marketing Consulting Services

Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

22 June 24, $K–$1M Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to ARIES YAN INVESTMENTS ARIES YAN INVESTMENTS

VAN NUYS, CA

Corporation General Automotive Repair

Other Services (except Public Administration)

16 June 30, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to FORBUSH AND ASSOCIATES FORBUSH AND ASSOCIATES

RENO, NV

S-Corp Other Accounting Services

Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

14 April 27, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to ARIZONA CENTER FOR EMPOWERMENT ARIZONA CENTER FOR EMPOWERMENT

PHOENIX, AZ

Non-profit Grantmaking Foundations

Other Services (except Public Administration)

99 May 28, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to A TEAM PERSONAL CARE, L.L.C. A TEAM PERSONAL CARE, L.L.C.

NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV

LLC Other Personal Care Services

Other Services (except Public Administration)

30 May 11, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to FAMILY PERSONAL CARE, LLC FAMILY PERSONAL CARE, LLC

NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV

LLC Other Personal Care Services

Other Services (except Public Administration)

May 16, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to MH HOMES LLC MH HOMES LLC

IRVINE, CA

LLC Administration of Public Health Programs

Public Administration

13 June 30, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
$K–$K loan to AWAKEN INC AWAKEN INC

RENO, NV

Non-profit Human Rights Organizations

Other Services (except Public Administration)

22 April 27, $K–$K Prestamos CDFI, LLC
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