Use of Your Information
We may also use information from your account based on your site visits to generate statistics and aggregate reports for internal use, which may be shown to affiliates, subsidiaries, licensees, successors, and partners. These statistics and aggregate reports will not contain any personally identifiable information and your identity will be kept anonymous.
Any confidential information --such as your credit information, purchase information, and contact information--is kept strickly confidential and never passed on to anyone without your consent.
We will not disclose your personal information to third parties, except to the extent necessary to provide you with a requested service, under circumstances required by law,
You will not be contacted directly by any third party as a result of your relationship with Real Estate Homeward unless you have given us permission to do so.
Request For Market Evaluation
As a seller: When you register as a seller, we might ask you to fill out a property profile. You may alter your profile at any time. Your personal information such as name, address, phone, fax, and annual revenue will not be disclosed to the buyer. Information such as type of business, industry, location, and services offered will be revealed as part of your personal profile. Once you enter into an agreement with Nick Boothby it is up to you to determine what additional information you would like to disclose.
Select 3rd Parties
This site contains links to other sites. Nick Boothby is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these other Web sites.
Nick Boothby works hard to ensure the accuracy of the product information. However, we are not responsible for typographical errors or technical inaccuracies.
Canadians are protected by two federal privacy laws, the Privacy Act and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act. The Privacy Act took effect on July 1, 1983. This Act imposes obligations on some 150 federal government departments and agencies to respect the privacy rights of Canadians by placing limits on the collection, use and disclosure of personal information. The Privacy Act gives Canadians the right to access and correct personal information about them held by these federal government organizations.
Nick Boothby, Maddy Dennett and Greg McDowell
Christine DeMerchant Unlicenced Support Person