PRIVACY STATEMENT

Freiburg Commercial Real Estate is grateful for the trust you place in us when you submit your necessary personal information when you do business with us. We care about your privacy, your personal information, and the responsibility to keep that information secure. Our Privacy Policy shows details about where we get your information, and where that information exists once we have it.

 

CONTACT AND LEASING INFORMATION

Throughout the application process and leasing process, the following information may be collected about you:

  • Your general contact information (for example, your name, address, date of birth, and social security number);

  • Your transactions with us (such as payment and payment histories);

  • Consumer reporting agencies (such as your credit or claims history);

 

INFORMATION COLLECTED VIA WEBSITE AND INTERNET

Freiburg Commercial Real Estate also may collect information from you automatically when you use our website, with cookies and similar technology, and when you provide information directly to us through our website. We gather certain information using cookies along with online technologies whenever you use our website, send us an email, or interact with our emails and advertisements. This information may include internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser information, the internet service provider (ISP), referring and exit pages, operating system, session ID, date and time stamp, geolocation, and clickstream data. We use this information to:

  • Conduct website analysis

  • Recognize your browser or device

  • Log activity on our website

INFORMATION RELEVANT TO OUR THIRD PARTIES

Freiburg Commercial Real Estate respects and protects your privacy. We do not sell any of your personal information to any third party. We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with federal regulations to guard the information we obtain from you. In the course of our normal insurance business transactions, we may disclose some information about you to nonaffiliated third parties, but only as permitted by law. Examples of some organizations to whom we might give information are:

  • A law firm we might hire to create agreements in the event of the need to do so

  • Your insurance agent, to show proof of your policy

  • Other named insureds on your insurance policy if necessary

  • Law enforcement or other agencies in response to a subpoena or threat of one, or in connection with suspected fraudulent claims

  • Our affiliated insurance companies and the county, town, township, or statewide mutual insurance companies with whom we do business