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                 APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
                                NEW ASSOCIATE CHECKLIST

Name:____________...
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                   APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to sex (...
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WHETHER OR NOT IT IS FURNISHED. DISCLOSURE OF THE INFORMATION
REQUESTED ...
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                  APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
It is possible that differences could arise between us – the Company (as ...
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                 APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
   4. Claims not covered by This Agreement. This Agreement does not cover ...
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   7. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement, the AAA Rules or t...
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                  APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
THIS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”) is made and enter...
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expenses, so long as such expenses are reasonable and necessary as determ...
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                   APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
Contractor acknowledges the confidential and secret character of the Inf...
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                  APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
6. TERMINATION BY THE COMPANY. Notwithstanding Section 5 above, the Compa...
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                  APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
14. NOTICES. Any notices required or permitted hereunder shall be given t...
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Nature of Services:

   •    Solicit and sell real estate loans
   •    ...
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                  APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
   •    30/70 split (30% going to Independent Account Executive, 70% goin...
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Citi Application For Employment

  1. 1. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT NEW ASSOCIATE CHECKLIST Name:________________________________________________________________________ Start Date:_____________________________________________________________________ Please complete and return the following forms back to CHS: __ Completed W-9 Form __ Copy of Driver’s License __ Copy of Social Security Card __ Original Copy of Real Estate Sales License (if applicable) You will be contacted by an Officer of the company as soon as we receive all of the above completed documents to welcome you to CHS and to order business cards, schedule training, marketing and a number of other things that we will go over with you on the initial call. 1/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  2. 2. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to sex (including gender – identity), race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, pregnancy, or related medical conditions, marital status, sexual orientation, medical condition, veteran status, physical or mental disability, or any other legally protected classification, except as may be permitted by law. CHS also provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities, in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act and applicable state and local laws. If you need any accommodations in connection with completing this application or any other pre-employment test or requirement, please notify us. APPLICANT IDENTIFICATION RECORD APPLICANT NAME – PLEASE PRINT HOME ADDRESS HOME PHONE CELL PHONE CITY AND STATE (INCLUDING ZIP CODE) WORK PHONE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER E-MAIL ADDRESS THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS REQUESTED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR TO MONITOR CITI HOME SOLUTIONS INC.’S COMPLIANCE WITH FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE LAWS. THE LAW PROVIDES THAT AN EMPLOYER MAY NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF THIS INFORMATION OR ON THE BASIS OF 2/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  3. 3. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT WHETHER OR NOT IT IS FURNISHED. DISCLOSURE OF THE INFORMATION REQUESTED IS VOLUNTARY AND WILL NOT AFFECT YOUR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITES WITH CHS. IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO FURNISH THIS INFORMATION, PLEASE INDICATE BELOW. I do not wish to furnish this information __ Please check only one line in each category: Ethnic Code: __American Indian __Alaskan Native __Asian/Pacific Islander __Black __Hispanic __White __Other: ___________________________________________ Sex: __Female __Male Referred By: __Employee Referral: _________________________________ __Internet __Newspaper __Walk-In __Other: ____________________________________________ MUTUAL AGREEMENT TO ARBITRATE CLAIMS 3/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  4. 4. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT It is possible that differences could arise between us – the Company (as defined in Paragraph 9 below) and you – related to your employment. Resolving such differences in the courts can be expensive and time-consuming for all concerned. As a result, the Company has elected to arbitrate all employment-related disputes (with the exception of those that are specified below). By signing this Mutual Agreement to Arbitrate Claims (“Agreement”), we are both agreeing to use arbitration to resolve any employment-related disputes, thereby waiving our right to a court proceeding before a jury. 1. Arbitration Defined. Arbitration is a procedure for resolving disputes outside of the court system, with a final decision in favor of one party made by a neutral third party (the arbitrator) rather than by a judge or jury following a trial. Its purpose, like that of a court proceeding, is to resolve a dispute that the parties cannot resolve themselves. Arbitration is different from a legal proceeding in a court of law in a number of ways. One key difference is that there is no jury in any case that is arbitrated. Instead, the arbitrator is in charge of the proceedings and is the sole decision-maker. Also, the rules applied by the arbitrator are often less formal and less rigid than the rules that apply in court. The rules and procedures that will apply to any arbitration between you and the Company are described in Paragraph 5 below. Arbitration shall be the only means for resolving these employment-related disputes and any written decision issued by an arbitrator under this Agreement shall be final and binding on you and the Company. 2. Waiver of Right to Jury. BY ENTERING INTO THIS AGREEMENT, YOU AND THE COMPANY WILL BE GIVING UP ANY RIGHT WE EACH MIGHT HAVE TO BRING A CASE AGAINST EACH OTHER RELATED TO YOUR EMPLOYMENT OR TERMINATION BEFORE A JURY. IF YOU SIGN THIS AGREEMENT, YOU ARE ACKNOWLEDGING THAT YOU UNDERSTAND THIS AGREEMENT AND ARE VOLUNTARILY WAIVING ANY AND ALL RIGHTS YOU HAVE UNDER THE LAW TO A TRIAL BEFORE A JURY. 3. Claims We Agree To Arbitrate. You and the Company are agreeing to resolve any disputes related to your employment, or the termination of your employment, with the Company by going to arbitration, to the fullest extent allowed by law. Examples of the types of claims that we agree to arbitrate include claims concerning your application for employment, the Company’s decision to hire you, issues concerning your commission, promotion, demotion, termination, or any discipline that you may receive. You should also be aware that you must arbitrate any claim of discrimination, retaliation or harassment. The Company is also covered by this Agreement and must arbitrate any claims it may have against you, which could include claims for misappropriation of Company equipment or other property; disclosure of the Company’s proprietary information or trade secrets; interference with the Company’s contracts; trade libel against the Company; or breach of the duty of loyalty. This type of agreement is known as a “bilateral agreement” because it applies equally to both you and the Company. All of the specific types of claims listed in this paragraph are intended as examples only. The purpose of this Agreement is to arbitrate all disputes relating to your employment unless mandatory arbitration of that particular claim is prohibited by law. The specific claims in this category are discussed in the next paragraph. 4/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  5. 5. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT 4. Claims not covered by This Agreement. This Agreement does not cover claims where mandatory arbitration is prohibited by law, such as claims arising under the National Labor Relations Act. In addition, you may currently have or while you are employed by the Company you may apply for and receive a mortgage loan, loan modification, credit repair from the Company, or the Company may service a mortgage loan that you will or have obtained from the Company or another lender. Any such mortgage loan is not related to your employment, and this Agreement does not cover any claims that relate to any default of any obligation by either the Company (as a lender or servicer) or you (as a borrower) under any mortgage loan which was made or serviced by the Company. Finally, this Agreement does not cover claims under any profit sharing plan. 5. How the Arbitration Process Will Work. A neutral arbitrator from the American Arbitration Association (or “AAA”) will conduct any arbitration under the Agreement. To start the arbitration process, a party must file a written Claim with AAA. AAA has established rules called the “National Rules for the Resolution of Employment Disputes” (or the “AAA Rules”) that will apply to any Claim under this Agreement. Claim forms and AAA Rules can be obtained electronically at www.adr.org, by mail at 335 Madison Avenue, Floor 10, New York, New York 10017-4605, or by calling 212-716-5800 or 800-778-7879. If AAA cannot or will not handle any arbitration under this Agreement, then JAMS/Endispute, Inc. will do so using its Arbitration Rules and Procedures for Employment Disputes (“JAMS Rules”). Claim forms and the JAMS Rules can be obtained electronically at www.jamsadr.com, by mail at 1920 Main Street, Irvine, California 92614, or by calling 949-224-1810. Each party may be represented by an attorney at any arbitration covered by this Agreement. The parties can conduct discovery under the AAA Rules or the JAMS Rules, as appropriate. Discovery is a process that allows the parties to investigate the facts that relate to their dispute, by taking depositions of any person who may know facts about the dispute, asking another party (or a third party) for documents, asking a party written questions (called “interrogatories”) about certain facts, documents or other information, or asking a party to admit certain facts (known as “requests for admissions”). Arbitration will then proceed in a conference room or law office that the arbitrator designates for a hearing. Witnesses can be called and evidence submitted during this hearing. The hearing may last one or more days. At the end of the hearing, the arbitrator will issue a written award that contains his or her essential findings and conclusions. The arbitrator can award the same types of relief available in court (such as money damages or reinstatement of employment). The written award may be subject to limited court review, in accordance with applicable law. 6. Fees and Costs. The party filing the arbitration Claim shall pay AAA its filing fee up to a maximum of $125.00. The Company shall pay for the remainder of the AAA filing fee, if any, and any other fees or costs charged by AAA for the arbitration. You are responsible for paying your own attorneys’ fees and any and all other costs that you or your attorney(s) incur in connection with the arbitration. Likewise, the Company is responsible for it’s attorney’s fees and the costs that it or it’s attorney(s) incur. However, the arbitrator may decide that the losing party will pay the winning party’s attorney’s fees and costs when and in the amount allowed by law. 5/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  6. 6. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT 7. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement, the AAA Rules or the JAMS Rules is found void or unenforceable, the remainder of this Agreement, the AAA Rules or the JAMS Rules will still apply. 8. Definition of Company. All references to the “Company” in this Agreement refer to Citi Home Solutions INC. as well as all of their future subsidiaries, officers, directors and employees, all their sponsors, fiduciaries, administrators, affiliates and agents, and anyone that might be assigned this Agreement by the Company or might assume the Company’s rights and obligations under this Agreement. 9. Entire Agreement. This is the complete Agreement of the parties on the subject of arbitration of disputes. This Agreement replaces any oral or written agreement on the subject that you and the Company may have had. You are relying entirely on this Agreement and not on anything else that the Company might have written or said about the Agreement or what it means. BY SIGNING BELOW, YOU AGREE THAT YOU HAVE CAREFULLY READ THIS AGREEMENT AND UNDERSTAND IT. YOU ARE ENTERING INTO THIS AGREEEMENT VOLUNTARILY AND NOT BASED ON ANY PROMISES OR REPRESENTATIONS OTHER THAN THOSE CONTAINED IN THIS AGREEMENT ITSELF. YOU FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU KNOW THAT YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO DISCUSS THIS AGREEMENT WITH YOUR OWN PERSONAL LEGAL COUNSEL AND THAT YOU HAVE TAKEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO SO TO THE EXTENT DESIRED. EMPLOYEE: COMPANY: ______________________________________ ____________________________________ Signature of Employee Signature of Executive ______________________________________ ____________________________________ Print Name of Employee Name of Executive ______________________________________ ____________________________________ Date: Date: INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT 6/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  7. 7. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT THIS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”) is made and entered into by and between CITI HOME SOLUTIONS INC. (the “Company”), and YOU (the “Contractor”), effective on the “Date” in this agreement. RECITALS WHEREAS, the Company desires Contractor's services with respect to the services of the Company, and Contractor agrees to provide such services to the Company through a contractor relationship with the Company. NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual obligations specified in this Agreement, the parties agree to the following: 1. CONTRACTING SERVICES ENGAGEMENT. The Company hereby retains Contractor, and Contractor hereby accepts such retention, to perform contracting services for the Company as set forth herein. (a) SCOPE. Contractor shall provide contracting services (“Services”) to the Company as defined in Exhibit A attached hereto. Contractor shall begin providing Services on (the “Date” in this agreement). (b) PERFORMANCE AND TIME COMMITMENT. Contractor shall render the Services on a basis to be mutually agreed upon by Contractor and the Company. (c) PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS. The manner and means used by Contractor to perform the Services desired by the Company are in the discretion and supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operations Officer, and Chief Financial Officer of the Company. Contractor's Services, and the results thereof, will be performed with and be the product of the highest degree of professional skill and expertise. (d) INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS. It is understood and agreed that Contractor is an independent contractor, and is not an agent or employee of the Company. Contractor will not be eligible for any employee benefits, nor will the Company make deductions from any amounts payable to Contractor for taxes or insurance. All payroll and employment taxes, insurance, and benefits of Company’s employees shall be the sole responsibility of Contractor. Contractor retains the right (as limited in Section 3) to provide services for others during the term of this Agreement and is not required to devote its services exclusively for the Company. 2. COMPENSATION. (a) In consideration of Contractor's provision of the Services, the Company shall pay Contractor commissions as defined in Exhibit B attached hereto. (b) The Company shall reimburse Contractor for pre-approved expenses actually incurred by Contractor in performing the Services, including but not limited to travel and accommodation 7/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  8. 8. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT expenses, so long as such expenses are reasonable and necessary as determined by the Company. Contractor shall maintain adequate books and records relating to any expenses to be reimbursed and shall submit requests for reimbursement in a timely manner and form acceptable to the Company. The Company shall not be responsible for reimbursement of expenses for which Contractor fails to provide documentation deemed adequate by the Company. (c) Contractor will provide the Company a monthly statement indicating all fees and expenses for the prior month. The Company will pay Contractor the amounts indicated in the statement in a manner mutually agreed upon by the Company and Contractor. 3. NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST; NON-COMPETE. (a) During the term of this Agreement, Contractor will not accept work, enter into a contract, or accept an obligation from any third party, inconsistent or incompatible with Contractor's obligations, or the scope of Services rendered for Company under this Agreement. Contractor warrants that there is no other contract or duty on its part inconsistent with this Agreement. Contractor agrees to indemnify the Company from any and all loss or liability incurred by reason of the alleged breach by Contractor of any services agreement with any third party. (b) While providing Services to the Company and for the period of one (1) year thereafter, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the Company, Contractor and its employees, officers and directors, shall not, directly or indirectly, engage in any business directly competitive with the Company in regards to the scope of the Company’s announced business and planned business made known to Contractor. Directly or indirectly engaging in any competitive business includes, but is not limited to, (i) engaging in a business as owner (except as a minority shareholder in a publicly traded business), partner, or agent, (ii) becoming an employee of any third party that is engaged in such business, (iii) becoming interested directly or indirectly in any such business; or (iv) facilitating any other party to do any of the foregoing. 4. MAINTAINING CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. (a) COMPANY INFORMATION. During the term of this Agreement and in the course of Contractor's performance hereunder, Contractor may receive or otherwise be exposed to confidential and proprietary information relating to the Company's business practices, including know-how, data, trade secrets, developments, plans, and strategies. Such confidential and proprietary information of the Company (collectively referred to as “Information”) may include but not be limited to: (i) confidential and proprietary information supplied to Contractor with the legend “Company Confidential” or equivalent; (ii) the Company's marketing and customer support strategies, financial information (including revenue, costs, profits and pricing methods), internal organization, employee information, and customer lists; (iii) the Company's technology, development efforts, data, software, trade secrets, processes, methods, product and know-how and show-how; (iv) all derivatives, improvements, additions, modifications, and enhancements to any of the above, including any such information or material created or developed by Contractor under this Agreement; and (v) information of third parties as to which the Company has an obligation of confidentiality. 8/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  9. 9. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT Contractor acknowledges the confidential and secret character of the Information and agrees that the Information is the sole, exclusive and extremely valuable property of the Company. Accordingly, Contractor agrees not to reproduce any of the Information without the applicable prior written consent of the Company, not to use the Information except in the performance of this Agreement, and not to disclose all or any part of the Information in any form to any third party, either during or after the term of this Agreement. Upon termination of this Agreement for any reason, including expiration of term, Contractor agrees to cease using and to return to the Company all whole and partial copies and derivatives of the Information, whether in Contractor's possession or under Contractor's direct or indirect control. (b) OTHER CONTRACTOR INFORMATION. Contractor agrees that during its engagement with the Company, Contractor will not improperly use or disclose any proprietary information or trade secrets of its former or concurrent customers, if any, and that he or she will not bring onto the premises of the Company any unpublished documents or any property belonging to Contractor’s (including its employees, officers and directors) former or concurrent clients unless consented to in writing by said employers or companies. (c) THIRD PARTY INFORMATION. Contractor recognizes that the Company has received and in the future will receive from third parties their confidential or proprietary information subject to a duty on the Company's part to maintain the confidentiality of such information and, in some cases, to use it only for certain limited purposes. Contractor agrees that the Company and such third parties, both during the term of this Agreement and thereafter, are owed a duty to hold all such confidential or proprietary information in the strictest confidence and not to disclose it to any person, firm or corporation (except in a manner that is consistent with the Company's agreement with the third party) or use it for the benefit of anyone other than the Company or such third party (consistent with the Company's agreement with the third party). (d) AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYEES OF CONTRACTOR. Contractor agrees that all of its employees providing Services on Contractor’s behalf to Company or having access to or receiving the Company’s information shall, prior to providing such Services or such access or receipt, execute employment agreements with Contractor binding such employees automatically to assign ownership to the Contractor (or the Company) of all Service Product (as defined below), protective of the Company’s Information commensurate with this Section 4 and barring conflicts of interest and covenants of non-competition with the Company at least as protective of the Company as imposed on the Contractor in Section 3. 5. TERM OF AGREEMENT. This Agreement shall commence as of the date set forth below, and thereafter may be terminated by either party upon thirty (30) days notice. This Agreement will automatically be terminated if no contracted services are performed in any (90) day span. In the event of termination, Contractor shall cease work immediately after giving or receiving such notice or termination, unless otherwise advised by the Company to continue work during the notice period. Contractor shall return to the Company all Information, Service Product, and other materials belonging to the Company, and shall notify the Company of costs incurred up to the termination date. Sections 3(b), 4, 5, 12 and 14 of this Agreement shall survive any termination of this Agreement. 9/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  10. 10. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT 6. TERMINATION BY THE COMPANY. Notwithstanding Section 5 above, the Company may terminate this Agreement with or without cause, at any time upon thirty (30) days prior written notice to Contractor. The Company also may terminate this Agreement or the Services immediately in the event of a material breach by Contractor of this Agreement. 7. COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAWS. Contractor warrants that all material supplied and work performed under this Agreement complies with or will comply with all applicable United States and foreign laws and regulations. 8. ASSIGNMENT; BENEFIT. This Agreement is for the exclusive services of Contractor and may not be assigned by Contractor or the Company, nor shall it be assignable by operation of law by either party, without the prior written consent of the other party. The parties' rights and obligations under this Agreement will bind and inure to the benefit of their respective successors, heirs, executors, and administrators and permitted assigns. 9. LEGAL AND EQUITABLE REMEDIES. Contractor hereby acknowledges and agrees that in the event of any breach of this Agreement by Contractor, including, without limitation, the actual or threatened disclosure of Information or Services without the prior express written consent of the Company, the Company will suffer an irreparable injury, such that no remedy at law will afford it adequate protection against, or appropriate compensation for, such injury. Accordingly, Contractor hereby agrees that the Company shall be entitled to specific performance of Contractor's obligations under this Agreement, as well as such further relief as may be granted by a court of competent jurisdiction. 10. GOVERNING LAW; SEVERABILITY. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed according to the laws of the State of California. If any provision of this Agreement is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be unenforceable, that provision shall be severed and the remainder of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect. 11. WAIVER. The waiver by the Company of a breach of any provision of this Agreement by Contractor shall not operate or be construed as a waiver of any other or subsequent breach by Contractor. 12. INJUNCTIVE RELIEF FOR BREACH. Contractor's obligations under this Agreement are of a unique character that gives them particular value; breach of any of such obligations will result in irreparable and continuing damage to the Company for which there will be no adequate remedy at law; and, in the event of such breach, the Company will be entitled to injunctive relief and/or a decree for specific performance, and such other and further relief as may be proper (including monetary damages if appropriate). 13. COMPLETE UNDERSTANDING; MODIFICATION. This Agreement, together with its Exhibits, constitutes the final, exclusive and complete understanding and agreement of the Company and Contractor with respect to the subject matter hereof. Any waiver, modification or amendment of any provision of this Agreement shall be effective only if in writing and signed by a Company Officer. 10/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  11. 11. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT 14. NOTICES. Any notices required or permitted hereunder shall be given to the appropriate party at the address specified below or at such other address as the party shall specify in writing. Such notice shall be deemed given upon personal delivery to the appropriate address or sent by certified or registered mail, three days after the date of mailing. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the date first set forth below. EMPLOYEE: COMPANY: ______________________________________ ____________________________________ Signature of Employee Signature of Executive ______________________________________ ____________________________________ Print Name of Employee Name of Executive ______________________________________ ____________________________________ Date: Date: EXHIBIT A SERVICES 11/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  12. 12. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT Nature of Services: • Solicit and sell real estate loans • Solicit and sell loan modifications • Solicit and sell credit repairs • Solicit and sell debt settlement EXHIBIT B COMMISSIONS Commission Structure: • 70/30 split (70% going to Independent Account Executive, 30% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on self-generated real estate loans after $1,500 processing fee is deducted from total Monies collected on FIRST MORTGAGE DEEDS OF TRUST. • 30/70 split (30% going to Independent Account Executive, 70% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on closed real estate loan leads after $1,500 processing fee is deducted from total Monies collected on FIRST MORTGAGE DEEDS OF TRUST. • 70/30 split (70% going to Independent Account Executive, 30% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on self-generated real estate loans after $500 processing fee is deducted from total Monies collected on SECOND MORTGAGE DEEDS OF TRUST. • 30/70 split (30% going to Independent Account Executive, 70% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on closed real estate loan leads after $500 processing fee is deducted from total Monies collected on SECOND MORTGAGE DEEDS OF TRUST. • 70/30 split (70% going to Independent Account Executive, 30% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on self-generated loan modifications after $895 retainer fee is deducted from total Monies collected on FIRST MORTGAGE DEEDS OF TRUST. • 30/70 split (30% going to Independent Account Executive, 70% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on closed loan modification leads supplied by CHS after $895 retainer fee is deducted from total Monies collected on FIRST MORTGAGE DEEDS OF TRUST. • 70/30 split (70% going to Independent Account Executive, 30% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on self-generated loan modifications after $495 retainer fee is deducted from total Monies collected on SECOND MORTGAGE DEEDS OF TRUST. • 30/70 split (30% going to Independent Account Executive, 70% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on closed loan modification leads supplied by CHS after $495 retainer fee is deducted from total Monies collected on SECOND MORTGAGE DEEDS OF TRUST. • 50/50 split (50% going to Independent Account Executive, 50% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on self-generated credit repair clients. 12/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608
  13. 13. CHS APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT • 30/70 split (30% going to Independent Account Executive, 70% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on closed credit repair leads supplied by CHS. • 50/50 split (50% going to Independent Account Executive, 50% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on self-generated debt settlement clients. • 30/70 split (30% going to Independent Account Executive, 70% going to Citi Home Solutions INC.) on debt settlement leads provided by CHS. • Independent Account Executive’s will receive a 5% override on net commissions of Independent Account Executives and/or Third Party Originators that were referred to CHS by them as long as their INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT is active with CHS. • All commissions paid on deals that are refunded to clients will be paid back from AE to CHS. 13/13 6056 Rutland Drive Suite 10, Carmichael, CA 95608

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