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Northeast Community Bancorp inc.  (NECB)
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    Sector  Financial    Industry S&Ls Savings Banks
   Industry S&Ls Savings Banks
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Northeast Community Bancorp's Customers Performance

NECB

 
NECB's Source of Revenues Northeast Community Bancorp's Customers have recorded an advance in their cost of revenue by 9.75 % in the 2 quarter 2022 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 9.04 %, for the same period Northeast Community Bancorp Inc. recorded revenue increase by 26.19 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 17.48 %.

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Northeast Community Bancorp's Customers have recorded an advance in their cost of revenue by 9.75 % in the 2 quarter 2022 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 9.04 %, for the same period Northeast Community Bancorp Inc. recorded revenue increase by 26.19 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 17.48 %.

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Customers Net Income grew in Q2 by Customers Net margin grew to
82.92 % 19.16 %



Northeast Community Bancorp's Customers, Q2 2022 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Construction Services Industry      19.16 %
Customers in Life Insurance Industry -7.84 %   
Customers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry      23.72 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Financial Services Industry      4.36 %
Customers in Department & Discount Retail Industry      15.14 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Northeast Community Bancorp's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



We are headquartered in White Plains, New York, which is located in Westchester County and we operate through our main and annex offices in White Plains, our four full-service branch offices in the New York City boroughs of Manhattan (New York County) and Bronx (Bronx County), our four full-service branches in Danvers (Essex County), Plymouth (Plymouth County), Framingham (Middlesex County) and Quincy (Norfolk County), Massachusetts and our loan production offices in Massachusetts and New York. We generate deposits through our main office and eight branch offices. We conduct lending activities throughout the Northeastern United States, including New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire.

Our primary market area includes a population base with a broad cross section of wealth, employment and ethnicity. We operate in markets that generally have experienced relatively slow demographic growth, a characteristic typical of mature urban markets located throughout the Northeast region. New York County is a relatively affluent market, reflecting the influence of Wall Street along with the presence of a broad spectrum of Fortune 500 companies. Comparatively, Bronx County is home to a broad socioeconomic spectrum, with a significant portion of the respective populations employed in relatively low and moderate wage blue collar jobs. Westchester and neighboring counties are affluent markets, serving as desired suburban locations for commuting into New York City and White Plains as well as reflecting growth of higher paying jobs in the counties.

The counties in which the Danvers, Plymouth, Framingham, and Quincy offices currently operate include a mixture of rural, suburban and urban markets. The economies of these areas were historically based on manufacturing, but, similar to many areas of the country, the underpinnings of these economies are now more service oriented, with employment spread across many economic sectors including service, finance, health-care, technology, real estate and government.

While each of the states in our lending area has different economic characteristics, our customer base in these states tends to be similar to our customer base in New York and is comprised mostly of owners of low to moderate income apartment buildings or non-residential real estate in low to moderate income areas. Outside the State of New York, our largest concentration of real estate loans is in Massachusetts.

Northeast Community Bancorp's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


We are headquartered in White Plains, New York, which is located in Westchester County and we operate through our main and annex offices in White Plains, our four full-service branch offices in the New York City boroughs of Manhattan (New York County) and Bronx (Bronx County), our four full-service branches in Danvers (Essex County), Plymouth (Plymouth County), Framingham (Middlesex County) and Quincy (Norfolk County), Massachusetts and our loan production offices in Massachusetts and New York. We generate deposits through our main office and eight branch offices. We conduct lending activities throughout the Northeastern United States, including New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire.

Our primary market area includes a population base with a broad cross section of wealth, employment and ethnicity. We operate in markets that generally have experienced relatively slow demographic growth, a characteristic typical of mature urban markets located throughout the Northeast region. New York County is a relatively affluent market, reflecting the influence of Wall Street along with the presence of a broad spectrum of Fortune 500 companies. Comparatively, Bronx County is home to a broad socioeconomic spectrum, with a significant portion of the respective populations employed in relatively low and moderate wage blue collar jobs. Westchester and neighboring counties are affluent markets, serving as desired suburban locations for commuting into New York City and White Plains as well as reflecting growth of higher paying jobs in the counties.

The counties in which the Danvers, Plymouth, Framingham, and Quincy offices currently operate include a mixture of rural, suburban and urban markets. The economies of these areas were historically based on manufacturing, but, similar to many areas of the country, the underpinnings of these economies are now more service oriented, with employment spread across many economic sectors including service, finance, health-care, technology, real estate and government.

While each of the states in our lending area has different economic characteristics, our customer base in these states tends to be similar to our customer base in New York and is comprised mostly of owners of low to moderate income apartment buildings or non-residential real estate in low to moderate income areas. Outside the State of New York, our largest concentration of real estate loans is in Massachusetts.







NECB's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Northeast Community Bancorp inc. 192.90 51.48 16.31 94
Genworth Financial Inc. 1,892.26 7,579.00 908.00 5,300
Mgic Investment Corp 4,113.71 1,179.45 778.43 800
Mbia Inc 479.33 179.00 -387.00 252
American International Group Inc. 39,051.64 57,171.00 13,891.00 46,000
.Dr. Horton Inc. 25,186.62 31,949.80 5,593.00 9,716
Kb Home 2,437.63 6,261.15 669.26 1,590
Lgi Homes Inc. 1,982.30 2,821.80 413.92 390
William Lyon Homes 956.78 2,115.68 104.87 585
New Home Co Inc 165.83 497.10 5.23 234
Meritage Homes Corp 2,755.15 1,648.69 905.55 1,409
Nvr Inc. 14,359.50 9,663.33 1,526.08 6,100
Beazer Homes Usa Inc. 324.77 2,080.26 182.24 1,063
M.d.c. Holdings Inc. 2,097.52 5,384.17 646.58 0
Mi Homes Inc. 1,080.99 3,857.54 433.07 1,008
Hovnanian Enterprises Inc 248.28 2,924.82 695.65 2,078
Toll Brothers Inc. 5,119.72 9,277.37 963.50 3,900
Lennar Corp 22,791.13 29,937.18 4,434.74 9,495
Achari Ventures Holdings Corp. I 125.25 855.20 3.95 214
Taylor Morrison Home Corp 2,898.35 8,065.31 926.78 113
Tri Pointe Homes Inc. 1,630.22 4,895.81 507.03 1,036
Ucp, Inc. -181.42 411.95 16.28 173
Wci Communities, Inc. 0.00 0.00 0.00 689
Century Communities Inc. 1,481.94 4,347.33 580.11 510
Green Brick Partners Inc. 1,061.54 1,713.35 290.54 0
Calatlantic Group, Inc. 6,610.78 2,450.83 172.31 2,850
Deer Valley Corp 0.00 0.00 0.00 200
Ryland Group Inc 0.00 2,140.76 379.21 1,502
Vanjia corporation 155.10 0.02 0.01 1
Nobility Homes Inc. 83.91 44.77 6.06 129
Pricesmart inc. 1,790.88 3,954.33 100.68 0
Mr. Cooper Group Inc. 3,063.89 3,128.00 1,263.00 0
Arch Capital Group Ltd. 16,807.57 8,570.86 1,646.47 2,030
Essent Group Ltd. 3,784.94 1,049.47 892.28 366
Nmi Holdings Inc. 1,769.63 508.77 263.84 243
Radian Group Inc 3,417.16 1,243.94 702.18 1,881
Royal Hawaiian Orchards, L.p. 86,961.54 29.13 4.55 262
SUBTOTAL 256,504.44 217,937.15 39,519.38 102,119
       
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