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Terms and Conditions
„for Customers”

Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions 

Property Magazine International ( providing readers with real-time insight into the commercial real estate markets of Germany and other European countries each trading day.


Point of contact for all questions regarding the Property Magazine International is 

Property Magazine
Michaela Schroer
Claudiusweg 1
59519 Möhnesee, Germany

We can be reached at:


Telephone: +49 (0)2924-879988
Fax: +49 (0)2924-879989

Property Magazine International is distributed digitally. For that reason, please observe our general terms and conditions (I.) as well as our data protection conditions (II.), which also apply to our contractual relationship.


I. General terms for delivery of Property Magazine International

1. Ambit

These General Terms and Conditions apply exclusively to Property Magazine International and to related services (e.g. Newsletter etc.) and both supplement and explain our contractual relationship.


2. Delivery and time of delivery

As a general rule, we agree upon delivery time and period individually with our subscribers or with companies provided they have a Enterprise subscription. If no separate agreement has been made, the following applies:

a. Delivery begins on the date indicated in the order, unless we specify another later date to you in our order confirmation. You, of course, also have to agree to this date. Delivery will be made for periods of 12 months and can be terminated with a notice of 4 weeks prior to the end of the delivery period.

b. Delivery will take place as a browser-based online publication.

c. As a general rule, the Property Magazine International Newsletter is delivered by 15:30 noon on German trading days. Postponements and delays may occur while necessary editorial updates or revisions are being. In addition, delivery requires that subscribers have a functioning internet connection; we have no influence on technical problems of the subscriber.


3. Our Content

a. Property Magazine provides you with independent, real-time insight into the commercial real estate markets of Germany and other European countries each trading day.

b. As a subscriber, you acknowledge that all usage and exploitation rights to content are reserved by us or by our partners from whom we have received the content. Use of the content outside of the Property Magazine and the use options provided to you therein require a separate agreement with us. If you are interested in any further use, please contact We will, of course, attempt to comply with your request to the best of our ability.

Since our content is our asset, any transfer, reproduction, use, editing or making content publicly accessible outside of Property Magazine International is not permitted without our prior written consent.


4. Liability, Exemption

a. Although we carefully research and review our content, errors cannot be precluded. We thus accept no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of our information. We bear no liability for whether our content serves your objectives or results in your desired economic success.

b. It is our task to send the newsletter Date-UP  on time. However, we accept no responsibility for technical problems outside of our control.


5. Advertising

As is customary for online publications, Property Magazine International contains advertisement spaces. The placement of advertisements is subject to the General Terms and Conditions for the Placement of Advertisements, which you can order at


6. Revision

We reserve the right to revise these terms and conditions from time to time. We will inform you of any revisions on our website If you do not object to the change within four weeks, the latest terms and conditions are deemed to have been approved by you.

7. Venue

Venue for all disputes is Soest, Germany. The law of the Federal Republic of Germany shall apply, with exclusion of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.



II. Data Protection
1. Subject of Data Privacy Statement and Responsible Unit

This Data Privacy Statement is valid for the collection, processing and use of personal data of the subscribers of the Property Magazine International. The responsible unit is Michaela Schroer, Property Magazine, Claudiusweg 1, 59519 Möhnesee, Germany. For any questions or comments on this Data Privacy Statement or any matters generally related to data protection, subscribers of the Property Magazine International can contact us as follows:

Telephone: +49 (0)2924-879988


2. What Data do we Collect?

a. General Call-off Data

When Property Magazine International is viewed by a subscriber, data such as date and time of the processing request, the kind of browser, the browser setting and the subscriber’s operating system, the last page visited by the subscriber, the volume of data transmitted and the access status (e.g. file transmitted, file not found etc.) are relayed to us for technical reasons. These data are, as a rule, not personal data. However, the subscriber’s computer usually also transmits its IP address, which in some cases can be personal.


b. Cookies

In order to enable the retrieval of the page, we transfer so-called cookies to the subscriber’s computer. We use cookies, among other things, to measure and to control the frequency of the page impressions and the general page navigation. In addition, a set of plug-ins and analytic tools, also use cookies.

The use of cookies can be blocked. However, in some cases, this could impede uninterrupted access to the Property Magazine International. The instructions on your browser software explain how cookies can be blocked.

c. Details on the Transfer of IP Addresses

The IP address, which is relayed to us in many cases (partly explained in more detail below), is a unique identification of the computer, which is valid worldwide and realized by the internet provider at the time of allocation. An IP address is made up of four blocks of numbers that are separated by periods. In most cases, private users’ IP addresses do not stay the same since they are only temporarily allocated by providers (so-called “dynamic IP address”). The provider can track which IP address was assigned to which of its customers at what point in time. As a rule, the assignment of a dynamic IP address to a particular person is not possible for other persons, including us. This is different only for a permanently assigned IP address (so-called “static IP address”), which uses this feature to make a clear assignment of user data possible. Except for the purpose of tracking unauthorized access to our internet offering, we – as a rule – do not analyze these data in relation to an individual person but rather only on an anonymized basis – how many page impressions are made each day, when they are made and similar data.

3. Plug-ins and Statistical Tools

We collect other data for individual services that we offer. These data are, in part, used for statistical purposes. For example, we look into how often Property Magazine is viewed in order to establish a basis for our media data. We do not rule out integrating plug-ins (or add-ons – these terms are used interchangeably) such as Facebook or Twitter into our offering.

a. Plugins

Plug-ins are offers from third-party contractors such as e.g. Facebook. They create links to these providers. In some cases, only data on browser behavior are relayed. However, when a user actively uses a plug-in (e.g. as part of a Google profile), this information is also transmitted.

Our offering may at some point contain plug-ins from the social network, Facebook.

These plug-ins are offerings of Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. The plug-ins can be recognized based on the Facebook logo and/or the phrase “Like”. If a page with this kind of plug-in is called up, the internet browser creates a direct link with the servers of Facebook Inc. In the process, the content of the plug-ins is relayed to the internet browser, which then integrates it into the page shown. In doing so, the information that the website was visited is relayed. If the user is logged into a personal Facebook user account when the page is called up, Facebook Inc. associates the visit to the website with this user account.

When a user uses the plug-in, for example, by clicking the “Like” button, this information is relayed directly to Facebook Inc. and saved there.

A user can prevent this kind of data transfer by logging out of the Facebook user account before viewing our products.

The active use of a plug-in is subject to the data protection conditions and conditions of use of Facebook Inc.


With Twitter and the re-Tweet functions, plug-ins from, an offering of Twitter Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA are used.

When a user uses the re-Tweet functions, the pages he or she visited are made public to third parties and linked to his or her Twitter account.


The Google +1 button is a plug-in of the social network Google+, an offering of Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA (“Google”).

With the help of the Google +1 button, information can be published worldwide. The Google +1 button allows users to receive personalized content from Google and our partners. Google saves both the information, which is relayed for a +1, as well as information on the page that was viewed while clicking on +1. A user’s +1s can be displayed together with his or her profile name and the image in Google services such as search results or in the user’s Google profile, or in other places on websites and advertisements on the internet.

Google registers information on +1 activities.

A globally visible Google profile, which has to include at least the name chosen for the profile, is necessary in order to be able to use the +1 button. This name is used in all of the Google services. In some cases this name can also replace another name which was used while sharing content via the Google account. The identity of the Google profile can be shown to third parties who know the user’s e-mail address or have other identifying information on the user.


b. Analysis Tools

We use numerous analysis tools. They have various functions. For example, for our work, it is important for us to see the reach of our offering in order to have direct feedback on our services. performance.

Our offering uses Google Analytics, a web-based analysis service of Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses so-called “cookies”, text data which are saved by a computer and which allow for an analysis of the use of the website by the user. The information generated by the cookie on what we provide online is normally transmitted to a Google server in the USA and saved there. However, if the IP anonymization is activated on our pages, the user’s IP address is abbreviated by Google within member states of the European Union or in other signatory states of the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases is the entire IP address relayed to a Google server in the USA and abbreviated there. Google uses this information to analyze the use of our offering in order to compile reports on website activities and in order to generate other services relating to the use of the website and internet use for the website operator. The browser’s IP address, which is used by Google Analytics, is not merged with other Google data.


4. What data do we collect during registration or the first page view of the Property Magazine International and what do we use them for?

During registration, we receive personal information from the subscriber. The protection of these data is important to us. We do not sell personal data to third parties and, in general, take the greatest possible precautions for their security.

a. What data do we receive from a subscriber during registration?

In order for Property Magazine International to be viewed, we need e.g. the name, e-mail address and contact details for any questions. These data are compulsory. A subscriber can provide us with further information, for example in order to inform us about special interest areas.

We save this data in a customer account. This allows the subscriber to easily log into all of our online products with the use of a password.


There is no transfer of the data to third parties outside of the Property Magazine International or Property Magazine, Michaela Schroer, Claudiusweg 1, 59519 Möhnesee, Germany as long as the subscriber does not explicitly agree to this kind of transfer or it was explicitly indicated as outlined above.

The subscriber can, of course, revoke a declaration of consent given to us free of charge and with future effect. The written revocation (e.g. e-mail, telefax, letter) should be sent to:


Property Magazine International
Michaela Schroer
Claudiusweg 1
59519 Möhnesee


In order to rule out misuse, the subscriber may be required to provide proof of his or her identity in individual cases. We will inform the user accordingly. The performance of our services, especially viewing Property Magazine International, is independent of a revocation.

In order to ensure the safety of data communication on the internet, we use SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encoding. In doing so, in particular all of the information inputted during the payment process is encrypted.