Numerated Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Data - Week of Dec. 21

Sal Trifilio

December 21, 2020

Approximately 18% of PPP borrowers have submitted applications to the SBA, with roughly 13% receiving full or partial forgiveness

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BOSTON (December 21, 2020) -- Numerated, the business lending technology company, is releasing insights on the Forgiveness process for the Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) as of December 21, 2020.

The following statistics are based on a sample of more than 250,000 PPP loans processed by Numerated for 100 lenders across the U.S., representing $34.5 billion in relief funds.

PPP Forgiveness Funnel

The table below is a comprehensive look at Forgiveness applications as they make their way from the borrower, to lenders, to the SBA and back, through the Numerated platform.

PPP Loan Forgiveness Progress

As of
Nov. 30, 2020

As of
Dec. 7, 2020

As of
Dec. 14, 2020

As of
Dec. 21, 2020

Weekly change from
Dec. 14 - Dec. 21

Borrowers who have begun a Forgiveness application thus far 

28%

32%

36%

39%

8%

Borrowers who have submitted their Forgiveness application to lenders

24%

27%

31%

34%

10%

Forgiveness applications submitted by lenders to SBA for review

11%

14%

16%

18%

13%

Forgiveness applications the SBA has responded to

7%

9%

12%

13%

8%



SBA Forgiveness Responses by Loan Amount

This table breaks down Forgiveness applications which have received a final response from the SBA, based on loan amount.

Percentage of SBA Responses
by Loan Amount

New for the Week of 
Dec. 14 - Dec. 21

Lifetime of Program

<$50k

56%

57%

$50k-$100k

14%

13%

>$100k

30%

30%



Borrowers Applying for Full vs Partial Forgiveness

This table breaks down Forgiveness applications based on how much Forgiveness a borrower is applying for, categorized by those that have applied full Forgiveness and those who have applied for partial Forgiveness.

Full vs Partial Forgiveness Applications

New for the Week of
Dec. 14 - Dec. 21

Lifetime of Program

Borrowers applying
for full Forgiveness

78%

79%

Borrowers applying for
partial Forgiveness

22%

21%

 

Borrowers Applying for Partial Forgiveness

For borrowers applying for partial Forgiveness, this table breaks down the percentage of partial Forgiveness requests due to EIDL Advances vs uncovered use of funds.

Partial Forgiveness Applications

New for the Week of
Dec. 14 - Dec. 21

Lifetime of Program

Borrowers applying for partial Forgiveness due to EIDL Advances

59%

91%

Borrowers applying for partial Forgiveness due to uncovered use of funds

41%

9%

 

Applications by Form Type

This table breaks down Forgiveness applications that borrowers have started on the Numerated platform, based on the SBA form they’ve chosen.

Forgiveness Applications by Form Type

New for the Week of
Dec. 14 - Dec. 21

Lifetime of Program

3508

10%

10%

3508S

54%

40%

3508EZ

36%

50%

 


Takeaways

  • Activity slowed across the board for Forgiveness over the last week. In terms of responses from the SBA, week-over-week growth was just 8%, compared to 33% in the previous report. A combination of stimulus negotiations unfolding on Capitol Hill and the Holiday Season rapidly closing in likely had some effect on the rate at which Forgiveness applications were started, submitted, and responded to.
  • Applications started by borrowers continue to weigh heavily to the light-weight Form 3508S. The slimmed down form now accounts for 40% of all applications that have been started by borrowers.
  • The majority of partial requests for Forgiveness continue to mostly be due to EIDL Advances. Last week the split was 50/50 for net new applications. This week, nearly 60% of all partial-Forgiveness requests were due to EIDL Advances.

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