Impac Mortgage Holdings said its real estate and mortgage services unit earned $1.3 million in the first quarter from an array of vendor activities, including loss mitigation and REO services.
In a new filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Irvine, Calif.-based nonbank notes that it would like to begin funding loans again but remains relegated to being a loan broker only. In the filing it provides no volume figures.
It also reveals that most of its revenue stems from services performed on its own portfolio. A former alt-A lender, Impac is trying to reinvent itself in a variety of field and REO services.
Its stock recently began trading on the American Stock Exchange after being on the OTS pink sheets.