As from 25 May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) issued by the European Union is in force. The GDPR determines how companies must handle the personal data and privacy of individuals within the EU.
This privacy statement may be modified occasionally, for example to accommodate legislative amendments. We therefore advise you to regularly check the statement.
About 3stone Real Estate
3stone Real Estate was founded in 2007 and is an allround real estate specialist Specialized in advising ‘corporates’ on leases, acquisition and sale of their commercial real estate. In doing so, 3stone Real Estate also acts on behalf of companies, foundations and public authorities. Furthermore, 3stone has ample experience in the ‘investor’ side of the commercial real estate market, for both national and international private investors.
3stone Real Estate may process personal data concerning you because you make use of 3stone Real Estate ’s services. 3stone Real Estate may process the following personal data:
- Your first and last name;
- Your address details;
- Your telephone number;
- Your IP address.
3stone Real Estate gathers personal data for several objectives. These will be explained below.
Getting in touch
3stone Real Estate processes your personal data in order to contact you by telephone if you request this, and/or to write you (by email and/or by post).
Contract for services
3stone Real Estate may use your personal data in the context of the execution of the contract for services concluded with you.
All data is only processed with your explicit permission. 3stone Real Estate will only supply your details to third parties if this is required for the execution of a contract with you, or to comply with a statutory obligation.
Hyperlinks to third party websites
On 3stone Real Estate’s website you may find hyperlinks directing to websites of third parties. This privacy statement does not apply to the (linked) websites of third parties. 3stone Real Estate bears no responsibility for the accessibility or contents of these websites, or for the handling of your personal data by these third parties. We therefore advise you to read the privacy statement (if available) of the websites you visit.