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34 | M R EP O RT TOP 30 COMPANIES IN MORTGAGE & SERVICING HEADQUARTERS: Irvine, CA; 949.720.9200; Alan Wolf, President Krys Fuller Delk, Director of Operations Caren Castle, Senior Mortgage Banking Attorney The Wolf Firm, A Law Corporation LEGAL For over 30 years, The Wolf Firm, A Law Corporation, has provided a broad array of legal and related services throughout California to lenders, servicers, investors, governmental agencies and other members of the financial services community. From simple routine work, to highly complex bankruptcy and litigation matters, the firm is committed to an approach that results in strategic, cost-effective solutions specifically directed to the requirements of the particular matter and the expectations of each client. The firm offers cradle-to-grave services through the following departments: Litigation (General Defense, Class Action Defense, Receivership, Judicial Foreclosure, Workout, Collection, Replevin/Claim and Delivery), Non-Judicial Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, Unlawful Detainer/Eviction, National Eviction Management, Escrow/Closing, Loss Mitigation, Transactional, Regulatory Compliance, and Labor & Employment. In 2019, the firm expanded its operations to Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. STAFFING STATS YEAR ESTABLISHED: Over 30 years ago EMPLOYEES: 37 ADDITIONAL OFFICES: Bellevue, WA; Portland, OR GIVING BACK American Diabetes Association CHOC Habitat for Humanity Susan G. Komen Toys for Tots PRAISE CORNER Tier 1 Best Law Firm in America; Best Lawyers in America; SuperLawyers; USFN Diamond Award of Excellence; AV Rated BENEFITS AND PERKS The Wolf Firm offers team members a robust benefits plan including Cadillac Health Plan, dental, vision coverage, life insurance, accident insurance, long- term disability, short-term disability, and pet insurance. The firm's generous PTO plan includes 10 paid holidays and the employee's birthday. The firm recognizes employees on their anniversaries with the firm and provides awards and recognition for excellent performance. In addition, senior attorneys mentor the firm's younger attorneys and provide guidance both in writing and via speaking at events. The team also hosts "lunch and learn" events. The Wolf Firm promotes from within and provides cross-training so that employees are always learning and feeling challenged. HEADQUARTERS: South Jordan, UT; 866.563.3507; Richard Ferguson, President Miki Adams, EVP Todd Ludlow, Owner CBC Mortgage Agency Chenoa Fund is provided through CBC Mortgage Agency (CBCMA), a tribally owned, federally chartered government agency. CBCMA's mission is to increase affordable and sustainable homeownership, specifically for creditworthy, low- and moderate-income individuals. CBCMA partners with quality mortgage lenders on a Correspondent basis. EMPLOYEE TESTIMONIAL "This company has a core belief to help others and grow. The goal of bridging the wealth gap sincerely is the best reason I've experienced in the mortgage industry." STAFFING STATS YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2013 EMPLOYEES: 72 ADDITIONAL OFFICES: Chicago; Dallas; Boise, ID GIVING BACK Habitat for Humanity UHOUSI PRAISE CORNER 2019—Best Places to Work 2020—Top Down Payment Assistance Program (World of Finance) 2019—MReport Top 25 Companies in Mortgage & Servicing BENEFITS AND PERKS As with most of the industry, CBC has adopted work-from-home options for team members in 2020. Employees can participate in a 4010(k) program, profit-sharing initiatives, tuition assistance, an employee down payment assistance program, and various industry training programs. Team members are recognized with monthly Service Excellence awards. The company provides weekly company lunches, as well as "Lunch and Learns" and other forms of continuing education from management and executives. MINORITY- OR WOMEN- OWNED 58% Percentage of employees who are women 25% Percentage of employees who are minorities

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