Privacy Policy

ShowTime4RealEstate/Canadian Real Estate Savvy Inc. (CRES) considers Internet user privacy to be of paramount importance. The information shown below reflects CRES's commitment to protecting users' privacy.

  • We fully disclose our privacy policies and procedures in this document.
  • We do not sell your personally identifiable information to anyone.
  • We do not sell your client's identifiable information to anyone.
  • We use industry-leading data-storage technology.
  • We allow you to opt out of receiving non-transaction-related messages from us.

Privacy Objectives

CRES only collects personally identifiable information that you voluntarily provide in order to utilize its customized products and services. Personally identifiable information includes, but is not limited to, first and last name, address, postal code, email address, phone number(s), credit card information, web site address and any other information that itself identifies or when tied to the above information, may identify you as a specific individual.

CRES also collects personally identifiable information that you supply about your clients. Personally identifiable information includes, but is not limited to, first and last name, physical address, postal code, email and web site addresses, phone number, and any other information supplied by you for use in CRES printed Materials.

CRES sometimes partners with other companies in order to provide you with additional services. All information provided to obtain these services is collected and maintained by these business partners and not CRES. Although CRES only works with trusted service providers, their privacy policies are different from CRES's and we encourage you to review their privacy policies to understand their personal information handling practices.

Upon registration with CRES's services, CRES assigns a user ID number to grant access to the member services. The user ID is used for monitoring member usage and does not contain any personally identifiable information.

Does CRES sell or share your personally identifiable information?

CRES will never sell your personally identifiable information.

CRES will share aggregated demographic information with its partners and advertisers. This is not linked to any personal information that can identify any individual person.

CRES uses a credit card processing company to bill users for goods and services. This company does not retain, share, store or use personally identifiable information for any secondary purposes.

CRES partners with additional parties to provide specific services. When the user requests these services, CRES will share names, or other contact information that is necessary for the third party to provide these services. These parties are not allowed to use personally identifiable information except for the purposes of providing these services.

Links within the CRES site may take customers or site visitors to third party sites that are governed by their own privacy policies. When you click through to these sites, CRES's privacy practices are no longer valid.

What types of communication can I expect to receive from CRES?

CRES sends all new members a welcoming email that verifies user name and password.

You may also receive emails from CRES if you subscribe to the Property Lines Newsletter services and/or to receive updates on current ShowTime page topics. You may also receive an email telling you about a new product, feature or service. CRES may also contact you to respond to your questions, comments or requests for assistance.

You will also receive reminders that your subscription to ShowTime, Property Lines or other products is about to expire and that it is time to renew.

How does CRES ensure that your personally identifiable information is protected?

All personally identifiable information collected in order to provide you with services on the site (or affiliate sites) is securely stored in CRES's databases. Access to your information is restricted to selected CRES employees and other authorized third parties such as provincial regulatory authorities that perform periodic compliance reviews for the protection of consumers.