Ready Capital Corporation Releases 10-Q Report

Ready Capital Corporation has recently released its 10-Q report, providing insights into its financial performance and operations. The company operates as a real estate finance company in the United States, with two main segments: LMM Commercial Real Estate and Small Business Lending. Ready Capital specializes in originating, acquiring, financing, and servicing lower-to-middle-market commercial real estate loans, small business administration loans, residential mortgage loans, construction loans, and mortgage-backed securities. The company operates with the intention to qualify as a real estate investment trust (REIT) and is focused on distributing at least 90% of its taxable income to stockholders.

In its 10-Q report, Ready Capital's management discusses the financial condition and results of operations, highlighting various factors that may impact the company's future results. These factors include investment objectives, business strategy, borrowing funds, expected leverage, market trends, competition, interest rates, and the impact of events such as pandemics and geopolitical issues on its business and operations. The report also addresses the impact of the acquisition of Broadmark Realty Capital Inc., which diversified Ready Capital's business by expanding its residential and commercial construction lending platforms.

The company's operating segments, LMM Commercial Real Estate and Small Business Lending, play a crucial role in its business operations. Ready Capital originates LMM loans across the full life-cycle of LMM properties, including construction, bridge, stabilized, and agency loan origination channels. The Small Business Lending segment acquires, originates, and services owner-occupied loans guaranteed by the SBA under its SBA Section 7(a) Program. Additionally, the company aims to qualify as a REIT under the Internal Revenue Code and operate its business in a manner that will permit it to be excluded from registration as an investment company under the Investment Company Act of 1940.

The 10-Q report also outlines factors that may impact Ready Capital's operating results, including interest income from its assets, market value of its assets, supply and demand for various types of loans, housing demand, population trends, construction costs, and the availability of alternative real estate financing. The report highlights that changes in market interest rates, borrowing capacity, credit losses, and difficult market conditions, among other factors, may impact the company's operating results.

Ready Capital's 10-Q report provides a comprehensive overview of its business, financial condition, and factors that may influence its future performance, offering investors and stakeholders valuable insights into the company's operations and strategic direction. Today the company's shares have moved -3.3% to a price of $8.37. If you want to know more, read the company's complete 10-Q report here.

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