Jonathan Wright Estate Agent takes the protection of data extremely seriously in accordance with the General
Data Protection Regulation 2018. We only take data form you that require us to provide you with a service
(buying and selling) and also to comply with legal regulations such as The Money Laundering, Terrorist
Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017.
What Information do we collect?
Sellers of a property are required to supply us with proof of identity and address in accordance with The
Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017.
A signature confirming our terms of business, this allows us to market your property.
Agreed photos, measurements and a floor plan of your property being offered for a sale to allow us to market your property fully.
Contact details so that we can contact to arrange viewings, report offers and provide you with feedback and updates.
Applicants/buyers of a property are required to provide us with proof of identity, address, and funding in accordance with The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017.
Contact details so that we can inform you, with your consent, of suitable properties and arrange viewings as necessary – this maybe held on our property software or website database.
Who is your Data Shared With?
Your data is only shared with organisation or companies that help us to provide you the service of buying or
selling your property, these will include:
Other estate agent’s checking or progressing a chain.
Please be assured that your data is never passed on or sold to non-relevant third parties.
As a client or applicant, you have the right to request your data to be removed form our systems and paper
files (some information must be retained for legal regulations),
To update your personal details,
To opt out of receiving marketing materials and /or suitable properties,
To request a copy of your information held in paper or machine-readable form (allow 28 days).
If you feel that your personal data or details have been misused you have the right to complain to the
Information Commissioners Office.