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Privacy Policy



Mark Jannetta Homes and affiliated businesses, investors and partners, specialize in products and services for buying, selling, financing and insuring apartments and real estate.


We know privacy is important to you and it is vital to our business.  This document explains our Privacy Policy.  We want you to know how we keep our customer information private and secure and use it to serve you better.

Who is covered by the Privacy Policy:


This Privacy Policy applies to consumers who are customers or former customers of our U.S. businesses.


Protecting the Privacy of Our Customer Information:


We are very serious about protecting the privacy of our customer information.  We maintain safeguards that comply with federal standards to store and secure information we have about you.  The safeguards may be physical, electronic or procedural.  The safeguards protect information against unauthorized access, alteration and destruction.  For example, we have control policies that permit access to customer information only by people we believe need access to do their work.


If we enter into contracts with other companies to provide services to us or make products and services available to you.  The contracts allow them to receive information about you.  But the contracts state they must safeguard this information and that they may use it for no other purposes.


Information Collection:


We collect and maintain nonpublic personal information in order to serve your accounts, process your requests efficiently and accurately, in order to operate our business effectively and serve you our client. We collect this information from applications, contracts and credit reporting agencies.


Information Sharing:


Mark Jannetta Homes and affiliates shares the information it has about you in the ways described below.  We do so to give you better service and easy access to a wider range of products.


We Only Share Information for Legal and Routine Business Reasons.  We may disclose information we have about you as permitted by law.  For example, we may share information with regulators and law enforcement.  We may provide information to protect against fraud.  We may report account activity to credit bureaus.  We may share information with your consent.


We Do Not Share Information for Joint Marketing or Sell Your Information To Third Parties.