The company’s mortgage banking activities created net income of $18 million in the third quarter, compared to only $6 million in the second quarter. The company also saw an $8 million increase on its net income generated by mortgage servicing rights.
Things have slowed down considerably in 2014, with Redwood only issuing one jumbo RMBS through its Sequoia platform in the first six months of the year. Redwood issued its second jumbo RMBS in July and now it's prepping its third such offering.
“Redwood continues to be one of the only ways to play a return of private capital in the mortgage market, and we see significant upside to both earnings and dividends in the years to come even is the timeline is extended out,” a FBR report stated.
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