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  • 1. Flagstar Bancorp Troy, Michigan Q4 2008 Results Presenter: Thomas J. Hammond Chairman of the Board January 30, 2009
  • 2. Legal Disclaimer The information contained in this presentation is not intended as a solicitation to buy Flagstar Bancorp, Inc. stock and is provided for general information. This presentation may include forward-looking statements and include comments with respect to our objectives and strategies, and the results of our operations and our business. Forward-looking statements can be identified by the fact that they do not relate strictly to historical or current facts. They often include words such as “expects,” “assumes”, “anticipates,” “intends,” “plans,” “believes,” “seeks,” “estimates,” or words of similar meaning, or future or conditional verbs such as “assuming”, “will,” “would,” “should,” “could” or “may.” Forward-looking statements provide our expectations or predictions of future conditions, events or results. They are not guarantees of future performance. By their nature, these forward-looking statements involve numerous assumptions, uncertainties and opportunities, both general and specific. These statements speak only as of the date they are made. We do not undertake to update forward-looking statements to reflect the impact of circumstances or events that arise after the date the forward-looking statements were made. There a number of factors, many of which are beyond our control that could cause actual conditions, events or results to differ significantly from those described in the forward looking statements. Some of these are: - Volatile interest rates that impact, amongst other things, (i) the mortgage banking business, (ii) our ability to originate loans and sell assets at a profit, (iii) prepayment speeds and (iv) our cost of funds, could adversely affect earnings, growth opportunities and our ability to pay dividends to shareholders. - Our ability to raise additional capital, either through the TARP Capital Purchase program or through private sources. - Competitive factors for loans could negatively impact gain on loan sale margins. - Competition from banking and non-banking companies for deposits and loans can affect our growth opportunities, earnings, gain on sale margins and our ability to open new branches, as well as our market share and our ability to diversify our commercial and residential loan portfolio. - Changes in the regulation of financial services companies and government-sponsored housing enterprises, and in particular, declines in the liquidity of the mortgage loan secondary market, could adversely affect business. - Changes in regulatory capital requirements or an inability to achieve desired capital ratios could adversely affect our growth and earnings opportunities and our ability to originate certain types of loans, as well as our ability to sell certain types of assets for fair market value. - General business and economic conditions, including unemployment rates, movements in interest rates, the slope of the yield curve, any increase in mortgage fraud and other criminal activity and the potential decline of housing prices in certain geographic markets, may significantly affect the company’s business activities, loan losses, reserves and earnings. - Factors concerning the implementation of proposed enhancements could result in slower implementation times than we anticipate and negate any competitive advantage that we may enjoy. When relying on forward-looking statements to make decisions, investors should carefully consider the aforementioned factors as well as other uncertainties and events. January 30, 2009 2
  • 3. Q4 Credit Related Charges For the quarter ending Dec 31, 2008 ($ in millions) Item Q4 Charge Loan loss provision $176.3 Loss on net loan administration income $46.2 Other than temporary impairment (OTTI) on AFS securities $43.7 REO disposition $16.4 Reserve increase for reinsurance $9.8 Total $292.4 January 30, 2009 3 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 4. Q4 Income Statement Q4 2008 Q3 2008 Q4 2007 (Dollars in millions, except for per share data) Net interest income $ 46.5 $ 59.8 $ 54.1 Provision for loan losses 176.3 (89.6) (38.4) Net interest income (loss) after provision (129.8) (29.8) 15.7 Non-interest income (57.5) 53.4 18.5 Non-interest expense (120.8) (119.2) (80.6) Loss before federal income tax (308.1) (95.6) (46.4) Benefit for federal income taxes (107.8) (33.5) (16.4) Net Loss $ (200.3) $ (62.1) $ (30.1) Diluted loss per share $ (2.40) $ (0.79) $ (0.50) January 30, 2009 4 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 5. Q4 Non-Interest Income Q4 2008 Q3 2008 Q4 2007 (Dollars in millions) Loan administration $ (46.2) $ 25.7 $ 2.6 Gain (loss) on MSR sales, net 1.4 0.9 (0.3) Gain (loss) on loan sales and securitizations 16.7 22.2 26.3 Other income (29.4) 4.6 (10.2) Total non-interest income $ (57.5) $ 53.4 $ 18.5 Loans sold $ 5,711 $ 6,810 $ 5,955 Sales spread 0.29% 0.33% 0.37% M emo : Other inco me includes net lo an fees and charges, depo sit fees and charges, inco me fro m subsidiaries and impairment to residual charges and A FS securities January 30, 2009 5 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 6. Loan Production – Historical Trend ($ In millions) $35,000 $30,000 $25,000 $20,000 $15,000 $10,000 $5,000 $0 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr Full Year 2006 2007 2008 January 30, 2009 6 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 7. Loan Production Q4 2008 Q3 2008 Change Q4 2007 Change (Dollars in millions) Residential mortgage loans $ 5,390 $ 6,681 $ (1,291) $ 6,493 $ (1,103) Consumer loans 4 11 (7) 42 (38) Commercial (Real Estate and Other) 11 23 (12) 155 (144) Total $ 5,405 $ 6,715 $ (1,310) $ 6,690 $ (1,285) January 30, 2009 7 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 8. Historical Residential Loan Underwriting Volume 7,000 6,000 2004 5,000 illions) 2005 (values in m 2006 4,000 2007 3,000 2008 2,000 1,000 t l ar r ct ay ov b g ec n n Ju ep Ap Au Ja Ju Fe M O N M D S 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 January 3,891 2,469 2,005 2,498 4,956 February 4,515 3,450 2,031 2,774 5,436 March 6,430 3,289 2,661 4,023 5,169 April 4,301 3,104 2,243 3,615 4,623 May 2,805 3,492 2,469 3,736 4,347 June 2,792 4,153 2,204 3,471 3,850 July 3,133 3,536 1,979 3,325 4,008 August 3,582 3,645 2,585 4,447 3,366 September 3,690 3,356 2,243 3,698 4,108 October 4,055 2,604 2,546 4,026 3,015 Nov ember 3,821 2,107 2,529 4,068 2,426 December 3,224 1,896 2,541 4,181 5,176 Tota l: 46,240 37,101 28,036 43,862 50,479 January 30, 2009 8 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 9. Historical Residential Loan Lock Volume 6,500 6,000 5,500 2004 5,000 illions) 2005 4,500 (values in m 2006 4,000 2007 3,500 3,000 2008 2,500 2,000 1,500 t l ar r ct ay ov b g ec n n Ju ep Ap Au Ja Ju Fe M O N M D S 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 January 4,537 2,950 1,999 2,458 4,908 February 4,294 3,447 1,878 2,666 3,766 March 2,938 3,042 2,594 3,444 5,004 April 3,625 3,200 2,017 3,164 3,662 May 2,685 3,380 2,293 3,164 3,590 June 2,862 4,351 2,181 3,306 2,914 July 3,069 3,051 2,044 2,831 3,257 August 3,552 3,578 2,502 3,707 2,550 September 3,829 3,073 2,194 2,905 3,812 October 3,917 2,395 2,374 3,339 1,987 Nov ember 3,762 1,973 2,526 3,361 3,324 December 3,023 1,673 2,249 3,332 6,305 Tota l: 42,092 36,114 26,851 37,678 45,079 January 30, 2009 9 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 10. Historical Residential Loan Closing Volume 4,500 4,000 2004 3,500 illions) 2005 3,000 (values in m 2006 2,500 2007 2008 2,000 1,500 1,000 t l ar r ct ay ov b g ec n n Ju ep Ap Au Ja Ju Fe M O N M D S 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 January 1,920 2,120 1,235 1,783 2,347 February 2,950 2,032 1,338 1,621 2,616 March 3,981 2,660 1,701 2,079 2,857 April 4,029 1,999 1,558 2,377 2,850 May 2,653 2,180 1,644 2,461 2,725 June 2,099 2,610 1,643 2,361 2,458 July 1,921 2,681 1,372 2,155 2,358 August 2,325 2,901 1,598 2,312 2,250 September 2,373 2,574 1,556 2,127 2,043 October 2,608 2,293 1,660 2,194 2,263 Nov ember 2,866 1,734 1,556 2,025 1,392 December 2,872 1,408 1,792 2,252 1,850 Tota l: 32,596 27,190 18,652 25,747 28,009 January 30, 2009 10 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 11. Deposits As of Dec 31, 2008 As of Sep 30, 2008 As of Dec 31, 2007 (Dollars in millions) Weighted Weighted Weighted Balance Average Rate Balance Average Rate Balance Average Rate Demand deposits $ 417 0.47% $ 419 0.63% $ 436 1.60% Savings deposits 408 2.24% 410 2.50% 238 2.90% Money market deposits 562 2.61% 521 2.68% 532 3.86% Certificates of deposit 3.93% 4.03% 4.99% 3,968 3,531 3,871 Total retail deposits $ 5,354 3.40% $ 4,881 3.48% $ 5,076 4.48% Custodial Deposits 535 - 469 - 473 - Municipal deposits 598 2.84% 1,101 3.12% 1,545 5.04% Wholesale deposits 1,354 4.41% 970 4.59% 1,142 4.64% Total deposits $ 7,841 3.30% $ 7,421 3.35% $ 8,237 4.35% Number of banking branches 175 173 164 January 30, 2009 11 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 12. Selected Balance Sheet Items As of Dec 31, 2008 Sep 30, 2008 Dec 31, 2007 (Dollars in millions, except for per share data) Total assets $ 14,209.7 $ 14,159.4 $ 15,792.7 First mortgage loans 5,959 6,134 5,824 Second mortgage loans 287 292 57 Commercial real estate loans 1,779 1,737 1,542 Consumer loans 543 537 282 Other investment loans 514 435 429 Investment loan portfolio $ 9,082 $ 9,135 $ 8,134 Loans held for sale $ 1,484.7 $ 1,961.4 $ 3,511.3 Investment securities avail. for sale 1,118 1,041 1,309 Mortgage servicing rights 511 732 414 Stockholders' equity 478 676 693 Mortgage loans serviced for others $ 55,870 $ 51,831 $ 32,487 January 30, 2009 12 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 13. Residential First Mortgage – By State Residential First Mortgages * As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in thousands) AFS HFI State % of First Power % of ARM Fixed Total ARM Fixed Balloon Total Total HELOC Option ARM Total $ 9,230 $ 298,281 $ 307,511 $ 1,156,680 $ 518,911 $ 1,827 $ 483 $ 21,590 $ 1,699,491 CA 20.7% 28.7% 165 77,119 77,283 636,747 165,150 2,607 2,212 23,123 829,839 FL 5.2% 14.0% 1,760 98,892 100,652 465,159 65,744 8,950 1,039 4,635 545,528 MI 6.8% 9.2% 1,901 72,251 74,151 223,909 80,764 525 - 6,429 311,627 WA 5.0% 5.3% 282 56,869 57,151 178,512 70,414 1,685 7 2,698 253,316 AZ 3.8% 4.3% 1,108 74,955 76,062 105,077 74,400 584 - 3,564 183,625 TX 5.1% 3.1% 751 43,911 44,662 159,555 37,865 3,366 328 1,278 202,391 CO 3.0% 3.4% 1,765 46,788 48,553 98,669 38,230 371 - 483 137,753 MD 3.3% 2.3% 674 43,707 44,381 98,733 27,032 165 - 2,774 128,705 VA 3.0% 2.2% - 23,722 23,722 113,686 26,814 2,631 - 1,791 144,922 NV 1.6% 2.5% 541 43,603 44,144 63,069 53,721 514 - 1,100 118,404 NY 3.0% 2.0% 390 33,236 33,627 64,105 26,269 32,081 - 533 122,988 GA 2.3% 2.1% 486 42,635 43,121 83,175 22,640 540 - 1,097 107,451 IL 2.9% 1.8% 304 31,114 31,418 73,500 41,081 455 517 2,069 117,621 NJ 2.1% 2.0% - 31,342 31,342 82,727 16,171 713 123 78 99,812 OH 2.1% 1.7% 6,644 440,171 446,814 614,274 251,165 31,923 1,963 11,637 910,962 OTHER 30.1% 15.4% Total : $ 26,001 $ 1,458,593 $ 1,484,593 100% $ 4,217,578 $ 1,516,370 $ 88,936 $ 6,672 $ 84,878 $ 5,914,433 100% * Excludes net prem/disc, FAS 91, negative escrow and participation loans January 30, 2009 13 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 14. Residential First Mortgage – By LTV Residential First Mortgages * As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in thousands) AFS HFI Power LTV % of First ARM Fixed Total ARM Fixed Balloon Option Total % of Total Total HELOC ARM $ 6,500 $ 175,463 $ 181,963 $ 1,448,013 $ 587,879 $ 10,790 $ 2,888 $ 2,260 $ 2,051,830 < 70% 12.3% 34.7% 7,088 158,854 165,942 1,808,590 683,863 10,774 2,464 2,896 2,508,586 70% - 79.99% 11.2% 42.4% 2,842 204,700 207,543 752,314 154,182 51,017 1,320 79,722 1,038,556 80% - 90% 14.0% 17.6% 9,570 919,576 929,146 208,661 90,446 16,355 - - 315,462 > 90% 62.6% 5.3% Total : $ 26,001 $ 1,458,593 $1,484,593 100% $ 4,217,578 $ 1,516,370 $ 88,936 $ 6,672 $ 84,878 $ 5,914,433 100% * Excludes net prem/disc, FAS 91, negative escrow and participation loans January 30, 2009 14 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 15. Residential First Mortgage – By FICO Residential First Mortgages * As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in thousands) AFS HFI Power FICO First ARM Fixed Total % of Total ARM Fixed Balloon Total % of Total Option HELOC ARM $ - $ 89,800 $ 89,800 $ 28,198 $ 10,480 $ - $ 6,672 $ - $ 45,351 No score 6.0% 0.8% 406 15,684 16,090 41,101 26,442 - - - 67,543 < 580 1.1% 1.1% 1,864 164,749 166,613 52,962 31,908 - - - 84,870 580 - 619 11.2% 1.4% 6,411 267,659 274,071 238,423 90,681 1,998 - 150 331,252 620 - 659 18.5% 5.6% 5,442 286,394 291,836 1,126,594 382,910 20,428 - 1,840 1,531,772 660 - 699 19.7% 25.9% 11,877 634,307 646,184 2,730,299 973,947 66,510 - 82,889 3,853,645 > 700 43.5% 65.2% Total : $ 26,001 $ 1,458,593 $1,484,593 100% $ 4,217,578 $ 1,516,370 $ 88,936 $ 6,672 $ 84,878 $ 5,914,433 100% * Excludes net prem/disc, FAS 91, negative escrow and participation loans January 30, 2009 15 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 16. Residential First Mortgage – By Vintage Residential First Mortgages * As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in thousands) AFS HFI Vintage % of First Power % of ARM Fixed Total ARM Fixed Balloon Total Total HELOC Option ARM Total $ - $ - $ - $ 66,043 $ 27,289 $ 516 $ - $ - $ 93,847 2000 and older 0.0% 1.6% - - - 11,401 11,130 115 - - 22,646 2001 0.0% 0.4% - - - 37,454 17,340 80 - 585 55,459 2002 0.0% 0.9% - - - 485,810 58,913 11,047 - 3,032 558,801 2003 0.0% 9.4% - - - 1,114,644 53,165 2,269 3,992 1,499 1,175,570 2004 0.0% 19.9% - - - 1,151,405 39,456 2,519 1,780 13,296 1,208,457 2005 0.0% 20.4% - 138 138 351,378 282,490 40,813 383 39,179 714,242 2006 0.0% 12.1% 236 - 236 950,030 995,360 30,007 517 27,288 2,003,202 2007 0.0% 33.9% 25,765 1,458,454 1,484,219 49,413 31,226 1,570 - - 82,209 2008 100.0% 1.4% Total : $ 26,001 $ 1,458,593 $ 1,484,593 100% $ 4,217,578 $ 1,516,370 $ 88,936 $ 6,672 $ 84,878 $ 5,914,433 100% * Excludes net prem/disc, FAS 91, negative escrow and participation loans January 30, 2009 16 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 17. Non Agency Investment Securities Available for Sale Portfolio As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in 000’s) Ratings Balances Initial Current Current OTTI OCI/Mark-to- Net Book Principal1 Security CUSIP Impairment Market Value M SP F M SP F CWHl 2006-J8 23245LAD2 $38,627,178 ($19,000,525) $- $19,626,653 NR AAA AAA NR B CC CWALT 2007-1T1 23246KAA9 41,796,612 (24,691,469) - 17,105,143 Aaa AAA AAA Baa2 B CC CWHL 2007-J1 12669MAA6 85,217,290 (16,309,146) 68,908,144 NR AAA AAA NR BB A *- GSR 2006 7F 36298NAD6 42,729,099 (14,370,592) 28,358,508 Aaa NR AAA Ba2 NR AAA CWALT 2006-45T1 02149JAU0 38,120,371 (18,678,505) 19,441,866 Aaa AAA AAA Aaa AAA BB JPMMT 2006 S4 46629SAG7 79,159,559 (24,731,704) 54,427,855 Aaa AAA AAA Baa2 A AAA CWHL 2007-3 12543RAA7 44,425,620 (23,052,278) 21,373,342 NR AAA AAA NR BBB AAA GSR 2006 9F 3622X7AD8 41,825,592 (11,285,671) 30,539,922 Aaa NR AAA A1 NR AAA CWHL 2005-23 126694GU6 42,543,896 (7,664,207) 34,879,689 NR AAA AAA NR AAA AAA CWHL 2006-18 12543WAA6 40,460,968 (11,046,266) 29,414,701 NR AAA AAA NR AAA AAA CWHL 2006-1 126694XC7 35,645,381 (11,665,355) 23,980,027 NR AAA AAA NR AAA AAA $530,551,567 ($43,691,994) ($138,803,723) $348,055,849 Subtotal GMS Trust 2006-1 33848FAA1 $230,004,951 ($14,978,249) $215,026,702 Aaa AAA NR Baa1 AAA NR $230,004,951 $- ($14,978,249) $215,026,702 Subtotal $760,556,518 ($43,691,994) ($153,781,972) $563,082,552 Total January 30, 2009 17 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 18. Real Estate Owned Portfolio As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in 000’s) Manufactured Single Family Commercial % Construction % % % Total % Homes Homes $2,235 $ 285.76 $ 51.00 $6,191 $8,763 Current month 10.9% 9.7% 6.2% 7.3% 8.0% 30 days - - 353 - - - 12,136 14.3% 12,489 11.4% 60 days 399 2.0% 1,114 37.6% 67 8.2% 11,930 14.0% 13,510 12.4% 90 days 197 - 214 7.2% - - 8,295 9.8% 8,706 8.0% 91 - 180 days 3,974 19.4% 399 13.5% 329 40.2% 18,582 21.9% 23,284 21.3% 181 - 365 days 8,124 39.7% 465 15.7% 66 8.1% 16,765 19.7% 25,420 23.3% 1 - 2 years 2,710 - - - 128 15.6% 9,820 11.6% 12,658 11.6% 2 - 3 years 1,333 6.5% 93 3.1% 67 8.2% 816 1.0% 2,309 2.1% 3 - 4 years 1,471 7.2% 38 1.3% - - 383 0.5% 1,893 1.7% 4 - 5 years - - - - - - 95 0.1% 95 0.1% Over 5 years - - - - 110 13.4% - - 110 0.1% In Process - - - - - - - - 60 0.1% Total: $20,444 85.8% $2,961 88.1% $818 100.0% $85,014 100.0% $109,297 100.0% January 30, 2009 18 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 19. Asset Quality As of / For the Quarter Ending Dec 31, 2008 Sep 30, 2008 Dec 31, 2007 Delinquency rate (90+ days)1 6.93% 4.53% 2.42% Non-performing assets 2 to total assets 5.33% 3.87% 1.90% Net charge-off ratio3 1.08% 0.83% 0.58% Net charge-offs (in millions) $ 24.3 $ 19.6 $ 12.2 Non-performing loans (in millions) $ 629.5 $ 413.7 $ 197.1 Allowance to non-performing loans 59.7% 54.1% 52.8% Allowance to loans held for investment 4.14% 2.45% 1.28% Allowance for loan losses (in millions) $ 376.0 $ 224.0 $ 104.0 Calculated using the OTS Method 1 Includes non-performing loans, real estate ow ned and repurchased assets 2 Ratio of charge-offs to average investment loans 3 January 30, 2009 19 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 20. Asset Quality by Loan Type - HFI (unaudited) ($ in 000's) As of Dec 31, 2008 Non Annualized Q4 Total Total General % of Overall Total Performing Balance % of Balance '08 Charge Off Specific 2 Delinquencies Reserves Reserves 1 Ratio Reserves Loans Mortgage $5,958,748 $432,652 7.26% 68.73% 0.73% $142,027 $14,776 $156,802 Second Mortgage 287,350 10,148 3.53% 1.61% 4.39% 16,674 - 16,674 HELOC 408,366 13,148 3.22% 2.09% 2.04% 12,500 742 13,242 Commercial Real Estate 1,779,363 164,496 9.24% 26.13% 0.87% 74,143 99,061 173,204 Commercial 24,668 1,744 7.07% 0.28% 0.13% 289 746 1,036 Construction 54,749 5,674 10.36% 0.90% 2.66% 1,735 1,617 3,352 Warehouse 434,140 - - - 0.29% 3,432 - 3,432 Other Consumer 134,737 1,595 1.18% 0.25% 1.01% 1,804 75 1,879 Total : $9,082,121 $629,457 6.93% 100.00% 1.03% $252,603 $117,017 $369,620 1. 90 day + matured, calculated using OTS method. 2. General reserves do not include $5.5 million in unallocated reserve and $146 thousand of reserve allocated to deposits January 30, 2009 20 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 21. Historical Delinquency Trends - HFI 7.00% 6.00% 5.00% 4.00% 3.00% 2.00% 1.00% 0.00% 08 07 8 08 08 -0 n- c- p- c- ar Ju De Se De M 30 day delinquency rate - LHI 60 day delinquency rate - LHI 90+ day delinquency - LHI 12/31/07 03/31/08 06/30/08 09/30/08 12/31/08 0.74% 0.95% 1.05% 1.17% 1.74% 30 day delinquency rate - LHI * 0.87% 0.57% 0.77% 1.21% 1.48% 60 day delinquency rate - LHI * 2.42% 2.96% 3.66% 4.53% 6.93% 90+ day delinquency rate - LHI * * Calculated using OTS method January 30, 2009 21 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 22. Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Loan Portfolio As of Dec 31, 2008 * ($ in 000’s) Percentage of Total ($) OTS 90 Days (%) Specific General Property Type Balance Loans 30 Days 60 Days 90 Days Delinquent Delinquent Reserve Reserve Office $408,486 22.96% $8,376 2,397 $13,772 $24,545 3.37% $9,542 $17,000 Retail 305,766 17.18% 2,491 8,343 9,465 20,300 3.10% 9,571 12,725 Shopping Center 323,743 18.19% 2,764 3,088 7,811 13,663 2.41% 4,344 13,473 Residential Development 222,285 12.49% - 86 125,266 125,352 56.35% 64,278 9,251 Other 163,110 9.17% 2,753 - - 2,753 - 2,147 6,788 Non-residential Development 32,858 1.85% - 8,443 1,844 10,287 5.61% 533 1,264 Industrial 135,868 7.64% - 14,994 - 14,994 - 2,995 5,654 Multi-Family 116,514 6.55% 135 153 2,823 3,111 2.42% 2,413 4,849 Warehouse 59,777 3.36% - - - - - 1,193 2,488 Single Family 11,474 0.64% - 65 466 532 4.07% 723 477 Land 4,200 0.24% - - 3,048 3,048 72.58% 1,322 175 CIP, Premium, FAS 91 (4,717) -0.27% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A NA NA Totals $1,779,363 100.00% $16,519 $37,569 $164,496 $218,585 9.24% $99,061 $74,143 * 90 day + matured, calculated using OTS method Auto Related Loans Amount % of portfolio Direct (borrower in auto industry) $8,973 1% 60,979 Indirect (borrower's tenant(s) in auto industry) 3% $69,952 4% January 30, 2009 22 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 23. 1 2008 / 2009 Outlook 2009 Outlook As of Oct 30, 2008 As of Jan 30, 2009 New branches 3 3 Target asset size 1 $15.5 - $17.6 billion $17.0 - $18.5 billion 1 $32 – $42 billion $36 – $44 billion Residential mortgage loan originations Loan sales 1 $29 – $39 billion $36 – $44 billion Gain on loan sale margin 64 – 74 bps 64 – 74 bps Net interest margin (bank) 195 – 205 bps 240 – 270 bps Retail deposit growth 2% – 6% 5% – 10% Net loan administration income $65 - $75 million $60 - $80 million Loan charge off's $90 - $110 million $90 - $150 million Allowance as a % of loans held for investment 245 - 300 bps 400 - 500 bps 1. Assumes participation by Flagstar in the TARP Capital Purchase Program combined with an infusion of private capital January 30, 2009 23
  • 24. Appendix January 30, 2009 24
  • 25. Historical Asset Quality • Continue to actively manage allowance in relation to asset quality 8.00% 7.00% 6.00% 5.00% 4.00% 3.00% 2.00% 1.00% 0.00% Se 2 Se 3 Se 0 4 Se 0 5 Se 6 Se 7 Se 8 01 Ju 2 De 2 M2 Ju 3 De 3 M3 Ju 4 De 4 M4 Ju 5 De 5 M5 Ju 6 De 6 M6 Ju 7 De 7 M7 Ju 8 De 8 08 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 n- n- n- n- n- n- n- c- c- c- c- p- p- c- p- c- p- p- c- p- c- p- ar ar ar ar ar ar ar De M ALL to LHI 90 + Delinquency rate - LHI * Net Charge off Ratio NPA to Total Assets * Calculated using OTS method January 30, 2009 25 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 26. Delinquent Loans by Loan Type - HFI (unaudited) As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in 000's) 30 Day 60 Day 90 Day + Matured Delinquent Delinquent Delinquent % of % of % of (1) (1) (1) Balance Loans Balance Loans Balance Loans Balance Mortgage $5,958,748 $127,460 2.14% $85,357 1.43% $432,652 7.26% Second Mortgage 287,350 4,696 1.63% 4,233 1.47% 10,148 3.53% HELOC 408,366 3,492 0.86% 4,038 0.99% 13,148 3.22% Commercial Real Estate 1,779,363 16,519 0.93% 37,569 2.11% 164,496 9.24% Commercial 24,668 - 0.00% 88 0.36% 1,744 7.07% Construction 54,749 4,316 7.88% 2,285 4.17% 5,674 10.36% Warehouse 434,140 - 0.00% - 0.00% - 0.00% Other Consumer 134,737 1,200 0.89% 1,115 0.83% 1,595 1.18% Total : $9,082,121 $157,683 1.74% $134,685 1.48% $629,457 6.93% 1. Calculated using OTS method January 30, 2009 26 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 27. HFI Residential 1st Mortgage Non Performing Loans – by FICO and by LTV HFI Residential First Mortgage Non Performing Loans* As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in thousands) LTV FICO < 70% 70% - 79.99% 80% - 90% > 90% Total No Score $243 $855 $2,635 $1,681 $5,414 < 580 964 1,847 3,188 8,928 $14,926 580 - 619 892 1,927 4,281 9,732 $16,831 620 - 659 4,140 5,635 4,415 11,568 $25,759 660 - 699 24,916 72,495 31,614 7,244 $136,270 > 700 37,007 92,381 88,219 15,846 $233,453 Total $68,163 $175,139 $134,352 $54,999 $432,652 * 90 day + matured, calculated using OTS method January 30, 2009 27 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 28. Non Performing Loans – by State - HFI Non Performing Loans* As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in thousands) Percent of Second Commercial Percent of State Mortgage HELOC Commercial Construction Consumer Total Mortgage Mortgage Real Estate Total FL $141,983 33% $1,525 $2,384 $6,625 $ - $0 $239 $152,757 24% MI 26,184 6% 886 2,413 109,612 782 446 1,116 141,440 22% CA 80,586 19% 2,655 3,162 8,466 - 448 - 95,317 15% AZ 20,789 5% 433 973 5,086 - - - 27,280 4% CO 15,672 4% 54 86 10,948 - - - 26,760 4% GA 18,491 4% 283 189 3,946 - - 43 22,952 4% NV 18,294 4% 1,040 299 - - 787 - 20,420 3% OH 13,500 3% 260 146 4,604 315 - 17 18,842 3% IL 6,150 1% - 259 9,607 - - - 16,016 3% NY 4,848 1% 315 753 5,603 - - - 11,519 2% WA 9,756 2% 127 607 - - - - 10,490 2% NJ 9,226 2% - 377 - - 764 - 10,366 2% UT 7,874 2% 285 20 - - 751 - 8,930 1% OR 5,942 1% 221 50 - - - - 6,213 1% TX 6,025 1% 181 - - - - - 6,206 1% Other 47,332 11% 1,884 1,431 - 647 2,478 178 53,949 9% Total $432,652 100% $10,148 $13,149 $164,496 $1,744 $5,673 $1,594 $629,458 100% * 90 day + matured, calculated using OTS method January 30, 2009 28 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 29. Non Performing Loans – by Vintage - HFI Non Performing Loans* As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in thousands) Percent of Second Commercial Percent of Vintage Mortgage HELOC Commercial Construction Consumer Total Mortgage Mortgage Real Estate Total Older $8,982 2% $60 $232 $417 $ - $70 $45 $9,806 2% 2001 1,918 0% 236 124 - - - 23 2,301 0% 2002 2,226 1% 85 346 686 - - 37 3,380 1% 2003 13,104 3% 36 1,184 4,016 394 - 6 18,740 3% 2004 46,546 11% 123 2,249 14,501 - - 53 63,472 10% 2005 111,811 26% 170 2,667 58,185 - - 692 173,525 28% 2006 87,426 20% 2,450 1,151 56,324 - 1,061 265 148,677 24% 2007 151,291 35% 6,990 4,945 29,192 1,350 4,542 361 198,671 32% 2008 9,346 2% - 250 1,176 - - 112 10,884 2% Total $432,652 100% $10,148 $13,149 $164,496 $1,744 $5,673 $1,594 $629,458 100% * 90 day + matured, calculated using OTS method January 30, 2009 29 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 30. Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Loan Portfolio – by Vintage Commercial Real Estate Portfolio* As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in 000’s) Non- Shopping Residential Industrial / Vintage Office Retail Other Residential Multi-fam ily Total Center Developm ent Warehouse Developm ent 1997 $160 $ - $ - $ - $2,462 $ - $ - $10 $2,633 1998 0 342 3,022 - 727 - 1,478 - $5,569 1999 3,258 337 2,755 - 9,869 745 5,897 1,342 $24,202 2000 785 3,438 1,064 - 3,149 - 4,387 222 $13,045 2001 9,766 2,099 3,189 4,376 6,304 - 3,288 440 $29,461 2002 9,906 3,047 4,734 - 7,547 - 23,333 2,570 $51,138 2003 29,055 11,669 14,902 - 16,899 - 17,449 7,317 $97,292 2004 90,568 41,410 10,634 3,664 16,609 - 16,441 6,627 $185,953 2005 49,497 37,041 27,222 62,149 32,745 2,246 22,738 13,204 $246,842 2006 79,578 75,740 119,243 60,287 48,739 14,129 39,308 14,292 $451,315 2007 99,843 57,400 92,432 89,471 25,939 15,738 44,806 49,477 $475,105 2008 36,069 73,244 44,546 2,338 7,794 - 16,520 6,559 $187,070 Total $408,486 $305,766 $323,743 $222,285 $178,784 $32,858 $195,645 $102,059 $1,769,625 * Excludes Commercial Letters of Credit, CIP, Premium and FAS 91 January 30, 2009 30 ** Totals may not foot due to rounding
  • 31. Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Loan Portfolio – by State Commercial Real Estate Portfolio* As of Dec 31, 2008 ($ in 000’s) Non- Shopping Residential Industrial / State Office Retail Other Residential Multi-fam ily Total Center Develpom ent Warehouse Developm ent MI $230,965 $189,116 $118,060 $102,351 $125,656 $7,048 $117,636 $72,175 $963,007 GA 47,492 34,891 125,006 49,498 7,194 312 7,236 3,400 $275,027 CA 51,507 42,939 13,700 10,377 5,272 - 39,994 2,721 $166,511 IN 6,568 21,390 11,232 543 15,449 7,277 12,688 530 $75,676 AZ 36,771 459 11,167 - - - 552 - $48,950 IL - - 5,255 21,507 1,580 - - 12,089 $40,431 FL - 1,832 4,985 7,748 952 9,593 11,005 - $36,115 VA - 1,134 24,690 - - - - - $25,824 NY 975 - - 5,603 14,909 - - 1,731 $23,218 KY 22,863 - - - - - - - $22,863 ID 2,397 - 2,353 - - 8,443 - - $13,193 CO - - - 10,948 - - 157 - $11,105 OH 1,377 - 1,566 4,604 1,295 - - - $8,842 PA - 719 - - 3,420 - 1,850 2,603 $8,591 NC 6,515 1,432 - - - - - - $7,947 OTHER 1,056 11,855 5,729 9,107 3,057 185 4,527 6,809 $42,325 Total $408,486 $305,766 $323,743 $222,285 $178,784 $32,858 $195,645 $102,059 $1,769,625 * Excludes Commercial Letters of Credit, CIP, Premium and FAS 91 January 30, 2009 31
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