Finance of America (FoA) has released its figures for the full year 2022, revealing losses as the company winds down its mortgage originations business.
The reverse mortgage lender reported a net loss of $716 million ($3.06 per share) and recognized an adjusted net loss of $61 million in 2022. Finance of America attributed the net loss to the operational losses associated with its mortgage originations, commercial originations, and lender services segments. FoA plans to discontinue or divest these segments by the end of Q2 2023.
“We made decisions to account for uncertainty in the residential mortgage market while continuing to invest in areas where we see solid, sustainable growth,” said Graham Fleming, president and interim CEO of Finance of America. “By divesting our non-core operations and adding to our reverse lending business, we are well-positioned for future growth and will continue to invest and expand on our strategy to help Americans achieve their retirement goals.”
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