Sale and marketing of goods and services specific to real estate
Lawfulness of the processing, Art. 6 GDPR
- Contract, contract initiation, contractual performance
- Fulfillment of a legal obligation
- Protection of legitimate interests of the controller or of a third party
- Other (provisions of law)
Necessity and proportionality, Art. 5 GDPR
Source of the data
The lawfulness of data processing is determined according to the following principles:
“Proportionality” (Art. 5(1) lit. b), “transparency” (Art. 5(1) lit. a), “data minimization” (Art. 5(1) lit. c), “accuracy” (Art. 5(1) lit. d), “storage limitation” (Art. 5(1) lit. e) and “integrity and confidentiality” (Art. 5(1) lit. f) and according to the principle of “restriction to purpose” (Art. 5(1) lit. b).
Contract, contractual performance or contract initiation with the data subject
Consent of the data subject
Overriding provisions of law
(within the controller)
External recipients and third parties
(all other recipients, including those in group companies, if not processors)
Recipients within the controller and all internal entities involved in the communication necessary to achieve the stated purpose:
e.g. purchasing, sales, accounting, processors, cooperating partners, service providers
External entities involved in communication, public entities that receive the data on the basis of provisions of law, and third parties who are not processors:
e.g. contractors, cooperating partners, group companies, suppliers, service providers, banks, auditors, tax consultants, financial authorities
Non-Member States/international organizations
Data transfer neither takes place nor is planned
The legal requirements applicable to the various preservation periods (under commercial and tax law) are complied with.
Data are deleted when they are no longer relevant to business operations.
Right of access, Art. 15 GDPR
If your personal data are being processed, then you have the right to information concerning the data pertaining to your person that have been stored.
Right to rectification, Art. 16 GDPR
Should personal information be processed that is inaccurate, you have the right to have that information corrected.
Right to erasure, right to limit processing, Art. 17 and 18 GDPR
Subject to certain legal conditions, you have the right to have your data erased and to limit the processing of your data.
Right to data portability, Art. 20 GDPR
If you have consented to data processing or there exists a contract for data processing and the data processing is performed with the aid of automated processes, then you have a right to data portability.
Right to object, Art. 21 GDPR
You have the right to object at any time to the processing of your personal data.
Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, Art. 77 GDPR
You have the right to lodge a complaint with a competent supervisory authority (in the Member State in which you have your customary place of residence).
Right to revocation, § 51 BDSG (new)
If the processing of your personal data is based on Art. 6(1) a) or Art. 9 a), then you have the right to revoke your consent at any time. Your revocation will not affect the lawfulness of the processing that occurred on the basis of your consent before that consent was revoked.
For the purposes of our business relationship, you must provide those personal data that are necessary for the initiation and conduct of a business relationship or performance of the associated contractual duties or that we are required by law to collect. If we lack these data, we usually must decline to enter into a contract with you or to carry out an order, or we will no longer be able to perform, or may be compelled to terminate, an existing contract.
No change of purpose is planned.