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CO-BROKERAGE AGREEMENT
This Co-Brokerage Agreement is entered into this _____ day of ____________, 20____ by and between Prudential Fox & Roach and the Jeff Quintin Real Estate Super Team SuperTeam (“PFRJ/QST”) and _________________________________ (“Co-Broker”).

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
Co-Broker and ____________________ (“Seller”) are parties to a certain Exclusive Right to Sell Listing Contract entered into on _______________________ regarding the real property located at _____________________________ (the “Property”). Co-Broker and Seller wish to sell the Property through a public auction, while maintaining their contractual relationship, and have agreed to engage PFR to promote and conduct the auction in cooperation with Co-Broker by and through Lee Freiedberg, licensed auctioneer and real estate agent employed by PFR. Seller, by executing the Auction Addendum which modifies the Exclusive Right to Sell Listing Contract, has consented to PRU and Co-Broker entering into this Agreement.

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the Background Information and their mutual covenants contained
herein, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows:

1. Co-Brokerage Established. PFR and Co-Broker agree to jointly market Seller’s Property pursuant to the terms of the Exclusive Right to Sell Listing Contract as modified by the Progressive Reserve Auction Addendum of event date herewith and this Agreement. 2.Duration of Agreement. This Agreement shall take effect upon execution by the parties, and remain in effect until one of the following events occurs: (a) the property is sold and the transaction closed; (b) an auction is conducted that fails to result in the execution of a contract by Seller and a bona fide buyer for purchase/sale of the Property within 60 days following the conclusion of the auction; (c) PFR fails to conduct the auction within 90 days following the execution hereof; or (d) upon completion of legal action taken pursuant to paragraph 8, below. 3. Division of Commission. Co-Broker (Listing Broker) and Buyer’s Broker shall receive commission payments as stated in the existing Listing Agreement. PFR shall be paid a Buyer’s Premium of 3% of the sale price. Such Buyer’s Premium shall be paid by the buyer as part of the winning (accepted) bid and shall be paid from proceeds at closing. 4. PFR Duties. PFR and the Licensed Auctioneer shall be identified in all reasonable aspects of promoting and conducting the real estate auction, including without limitation advertising, promotion, conduct of the auction, execution of the purchase agreement by the Seller and winning bidder. 5. Co-Broker Duties. Co-Broker shall be responsible maintaining communications between the Seller, Co-Broker and PRU on all matters related to the auction transaction, but is not expressly required to do so. Co-Broker shall maintain the NORMLS multiple listing service listing and similar listing formats, and shall modify the information contained in such listings in accordance with Ohio auction rules as directed by PRU.

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6. Advertising and Promotion Content. Subject to any limitations imposed by Ohio law, and the rules and regulations of the Ohio Department of Agriculture and Ohio Department of Commerce, Division of Real Estate, the names of PFR, Auctioneer, Co-Broker, and the responsible agents of each shall be displayed in equal prominence in all advertising and promotion where not prohibited by advertiser’s format. 7. Reversion to Co-Broker upon Termination. Should this Agreement be terminated for any reason, PFR agrees that Seller shall be treated at all times as the client of the Co-Broker and its responsible agent, and shall make no effort to maintain an agency relationship with the Seller independent of the relationship previously established by the Co-Broker regarding the sale of the Property, provided that PRU’s duties under this paragraph 7 shall expire one year following the termination of this Agreement. 8. Default by Third Party. Should the transaction envisioned by this Agreement result in a purchase/sale agreement that fails to close through no fault of PRU or Co-Broker, or should the breach or wrongful act of any third party cause PFR and/ or Co-Broker to be deprived of their commission for the sale of the Property, the parties agree to cooperate in pursuing appropriate legal action. 9. Restrictions on Assignment. Neither party, without the written consent of the other, may assign this agreement or any right hereunder to any third party, except that either party may assign this agreement to a successor entity. Any purported assignment contrary to this provision will be void. This Agreement is binding on the successors and permitted assigns of the parties 10. Entire Agreement. This Agreement and the Exclusive Right to Sell Listing Contract as modified by the Progressive Reserve Auction Addendum together constitute the entire understanding between the parties regarding the subject matter contained therein. Any modification shall be made in a writing signed by the parties.

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