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INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE

 

 

Privacy Policy

The Luxury Homes & LifeStyle is Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designees are REALTORS® who have undergone specialized training focused on conducting business  in the international real estate arena.

The Luxury Homes & LifeStyle will be what’s known as the Controller of the personal data you provide to us. We have gathered information yourself gave us upon registration through our website, message, or via an enquiry application through Real estate portals.
We only collect basic personal data about you which does not include any special types of information or location-based information.

We value our relationship with you and would like to be able to provide you with information on our luxury properties.

Details held on our database include:

– Your email and phone number from your time of registration / the time your enquiry was sourced.
– Personal information to your enquiry or other documentation you have supplied to us.

  

QUESTIONS:

Why do you need my data and what do you use it for?

We need to know your basic personal data in order to get in contact with you to respond to your message, request or query.

We assume that you would like us to keep your details on our database and will continue to sending you updates about news, opportunities to invest and new listings.

We hope that our content is useful to you if you would like to continue hearing from us.

Who is my data shared with?

Please note that all personal data is for staffing resources only. we don’t share your date.

How long do you keep my data?

Please note if you have bought a property with us; some personal information has to be kept to comply with legal obligations.

We will store your date for five Years, after which it will be destroyed.

What are my rights?

We are complying with the GDPR rules and regulations, please contact info@theluxuryhomeslifestyle.com if you wish for your details to be deleted / destroyed from The Luxury Homes & LifeStyle databases and/or storage files.

Thank you for your cooperation.

 

Privacy Policy online

We understand that privacy online is important to users of our Site.

This statement governs our privacy policies with respect to those users of the Site (“Visitors”) who visit without transacting business and Visitors who register to transact business on the Site and make use of the various services offered by “ www.theluxuryhomeslifestyle.com”

Are Cookies Used on the Site?
The Luxury Homes & LifeStyle is Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS). We use Cookies to obtain information about the preferences of our international Visitors and the services they select. 

 

Terms and Conditions
USE OF WEBSITE:
Unless you have entered into an express written contract with this WEBSITE to the contrary, visitors, subscribers, members, affiliates, or customers have no right to use this information in a commercial or public setting; they have no right to broadcast it, copy it, save it, print it, sell it, or publish any portions of the content of www.theluxuryhomeslifestyle.com. By viewing the contents of this WEBSITE you agree this condition of viewing and you acknowledge that any unauthorized use is unlawful and may subject you to civil or criminal penalties. Again, Visitor has no rights whatsoever to use the content of, or portions thereof, or other intellectual property the WEBSITE may contain, for any reason for any use whatsoever. Nothing. 

 

OWNERSHIP OF WEBSITE OR RIGHT TO USE :
WEBSITE and its contents are owned or licensed . Material contained on the www.theluxuryhomeslifestyle.com must be presumed to be proprietary and copyrighted. Visitors have no rights whatsoever in the WEBSITE content. Use of WEBSITE content for any reason is unlawful unless it is done with express contract or permission of The Luxury Homes & LifeStyle.

Contact:

The Luxury Homes & LifeStyle – UK Headquarters:
103-105 Leigh Road, Leigh-On-Sea, SS9 1JL, UK

Email:  info@theluxuryhomeslifestyle.com

 

Payment terms and conditions Terms of the agreement including Consents

 

How Commission Works

By definition, commission is a fee paid to the agency for transacting a piece of business or performing a service.

SELLERS: In terms of fees, our Real Estate Agency charge a percentage fee, which can be anywhere between 3.0% and 5.0% of the agreed selling price for your home depending on the type of contract you opt for with us if you are a private seller or developer.

BUYERS: In terms of fees, our Real Estate Agency charge a percentage fee, which can be anywhere between 3.0% and 5.0% of the agreed buying price for your purchased property/investment/home independent on the type of contract you opt for with us if verbal agreement (by email) or in writing, any of them.

 

We always will tell you in advance about the commission you must to pay us in the case you purchase a property or ask for either service. We communicate it to you by verbal agreement (by email) or in writing.

If via an email; you’ll be informed about our fees, so if you continue working with us; we’ll give it for granted you are agree with the amount (%) of commission/fee you must pay us in the case you purchase a property.

‘It clearly states our fee/commission on the email we sent you.’                                                      

a. Providing you properties, information and arrange viewings is free of charge.

b. If you purchase a property; you will be charged.

 

Written Agreements or Verbal Agreements

If the contract is broken, or breached, then the law can used to enforce the contract if a dispute between the parties occurs.

 

Conditions of a Verbal Agreement

If you have entered into a verbal agreement and is hasn’t been put in writing in any form, it’s still enforceable. A verbal agreement is just as legally enforceable as a written one.

Verbal agreements are legally binding as written contracts. Verbal contracts can be upheld by a court if someone decides to breach the agreement.

Even for those areas where writing and signature are required the courts may find those in an exchange of emails.

This agreement can be reached by a verbal exchange in person, via telephone or via an email.

Under English law almost any contract can be made by word of mouth (or email).

 

 

Verbal Agreements and Disputes

If buyer or seller has decided to break a contract then the matter can be taken to the legal courts.

These could include investigating what actually happened in practice.

 

Legally Binding Contracts

Many people are unaware of the various ways that legally binding contracts can be set down. By far the best way of making a contract is for both parties to sit down and draft up a contract in writing with all the terms and conditions laid out. In today’s world there are many different forms of communication options, and emails, faxes, and telephone call agreements for exchange of services are all considered legally binding contracts. As long as an offer and acceptance is made or implied then any breach of contract can be legally disputed.

 

Enforcing a Verbal Agreement

In some cases if a person is going to breach a contract and withhold payment then the odds are they may never have intended to pay for the service in the first place.                      

Under the eyes of the law verbal contracts are just as legally binding as written contracts. A contract is basically an agreement between two parties, for example, one party supplies a service and the other pays for it. Regardless of whether this contract is set down in writing or verbally it is still a binding contract under law.

Threatening court action for breach of a verbal contract may not actually help the matter at all if one party intended not to carry through on the agreement. However the law does consider complete verbal agreements as Legally Binding and the matter can be brought to the law courts for a judge to make the final decision.

Apart from taking the matter to court there are other ways to enforce a verbal agreement. If money is owed then the matter can be passed on to a collection agency to try to enforce the matter. The disgruntled party can also apply pressure themselves by sending letter, emails and making telephone calls to the person who is in breach of contract. Copies of all emails and letters should be kept in case the matter does reach the law courts.

http://www.contractsandagreements.co.uk/law-and-verbal-agreements.html

 

Consents:

1.1 You consent to providing your acceptance of commission/fee agreement for our services or intermediation on the buying property if:

  1. We have sent you and email that clearly states our fee/commission and you confirm it or also if you ask us to we continue providing you properties and arranging viewings, so It will be considered as acceptance agreement between you and us. In this point if you complete the purchase; you will must pay to us, in relation to our agree fees.
  2. You have a writing agreement with us

Invoice Payments Terms

2.2 Paying our fees

  1. Providing you properties, information and arrange viewings is free of charge.
  2. You may complete the purchase; so You must pay to us, in relation to our fees.
  3. We require One-off payment on completion.
  4. Invoices must be paid within 15 days. Payment is due 15 calendar days after the date of the invoice.
  5. We appreciate your timely payment. Payment need to be received by the due date stated on the invoice, or late payment fees will be applied. The current statutory interest rate on late payments will be applied entitled to by law.