Privacy policy

Personal information that this website collects and why we collect it 

This website collects and uses personal information for the following reasons:

Site visitation tracking

Like most websites, this site uses Google Analytics (GA) to track user interaction. We use this data to determine the number of people using our site, to better understand how they find and use our web pages and to see their journey through the website.

Although GA records data such as your geographical location, device, internet browser and operating system, none of this information personally identifies you to us. GA also records your computer’s IP address. We consider Google to be a third party data processor (see section 6.0 below).

GA makes use of cookies, details of which can be found on Google’s developer guides.

Disabling cookies on your internet browser will stop GA from tracking any part of your visit to pages on this website.

Contact forms and email links

If you contact us using the contact form on our Contact us page or an email link, we may store this data into our Pipedrive account with the purpose of keeping track of your engagement with us as a (potential) client or partner.

How we store your personal information

As detailed in section 3.2 above, if you submit a comment to a blog post published on this website some personal information will be stored in this website’s database. This is currently the only occasion where personal data will be stored on this website. This data is currently stored in an identifiable fashion; a limitation of the content management system that this website is built on (WordPress). In the near future, we aim to change the storage of this data to a pseudonymous fashion meaning that the data would require additional processing using a separately stored ‘key’ before it could be used to identify an individual.

Pseudonymisation is a recent requirement of the GDPR which many web application developers are currently working to fully implement. We are committed to keeping it as a high priority and will implement it on this website as soon as we are able to.

About this website server

This website is hosted by Site Ground within an NL data center located in Amsterdam.

All traffic (transferral of files) between this website and your browser is encrypted and delivered over HTTPS.

Our third party data processors

We use a number of third parties to process personal data on our behalf. These third parties have been carefully chosen and all of them comply with the legislation set out in section 2.0. All of these third parties are based in the USA and are EU-U.S Privacy Shield compliant. Read more about Googles’ privacy policy.

Data breaches

We will report any unlawful data breach of this website’s database or the database(s) of any of our third party data processors to any and all relevant persons and authorities within 72 hours of the breach if it is apparent that personal data stored in an identifiable manner has been stolen.

Changes to our privacy policy

This privacy policy may change from time to time inline with legislation or industry developments. We will not explicitly inform our clients or website users of these changes. Instead, we recommend that you check this page occasionally for any policy changes.

 

BROKERAGE FEE

The mediator is entitled to an intermediary fee for the mediation performed during the purchase and sale of real estate.

SELLER:

If a legal transaction is concluded with the buyer, and in relation to the specific real estate the seller negotiated with the buyer, the seller is considered to have entered into a distance mediation agreement with the agency, if there is written correspondence between the agency and the seller. By concluding a distance contract, the seller accepts all the provisions of standard contracts of the agency, which the agency concludes with clients, and in particular, the agency’s right to charge a brokerage commission of 3% of the purchase price of real estate, plus value-added tax, if the agency is obliged to calculate it.

CUSTOMER:

If there is a legal transaction with the seller related to the specific real estate of the seller about which the agency informed the buyer, it is considered that the buyer has entered into a distance mediation agreement with the agency – if there is a written correspondence between the agency and the buyer. By concluding a distance contract, the buyer accepts all the provisions of standard agency contracts, which he concludes with clients, and in particular, the agency’s right to charge a brokerage commission of 3% of the purchase price of real estate, plus value-added tax, if the agency is obliged to calculate it.

 

 

 

 

 

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