SBA Payment Protection Program (PPP) Loans

Paycheck Protection Program



As of May 28, 2021, the Small Business Administration stopped taking Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan applications from all lenders. As a result, HomeStreet Bank is no longer accepting applications for PPP loans.


Please contact your local HomeStreet Bank branch with any questions.

Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness


How to Apply for PPP Loan Forgiveness


We are currently accepting PPP Loan Forgiveness applications from customers via our online application platform. Customers have 10 months following the end of their covered period to apply for forgiveness. Please consult with your financial and legal advisors to determine the specific forgiveness application deadline applicable to your PPP loan. Also, we suggest submitting your PPP Loan Forgiveness application well in advance of the applicable deadline.


The SBA now allows some banks to send their borrowers directly to the SBA to process their forgiveness application. However, HomeStreet Bank is not participating in the SBA’s direct forgiveness program so that we may provide the best service possible for our clients. Please continue to apply for PPP loan forgiveness directly with us, through our online portal.


To apply for forgiveness, please go to the link below and log in using the credentials you previously created to apply for your PPP loan earlier this year:


It’s important that you use your existing credentials to log in. If you do not have credentials or you need a password reset, please contact for assistance. Please be sure to provide your name and the name of your business in the body of your email.


Loan Forgiveness Applications


HomeStreet Bank is currently accepting online applications only. However, for your reference, we have provided links to the application forms and instructions:

The instructions include detailed information about the costs that are eligible for forgiveness, the list of documents required to be submitted with your application for forgiveness, and the instructions for calculating those costs. The SBA will be providing updated guidance for borrowers on the completion of their applications for forgiveness, which will be available through the resources noted below.

Additional Resources:

U.S. Department of the Treasury Assistance for Small Businesses

SBA Paycheck Protection Program

PPP Frequently Asked Questions


Loans subject to approval. Loan terms are subject to change without notice.


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