Privacy Policy

Last update: November 2019

FREO, in accordance with applicable legislation on the protection of personal data, informs users of the website (hereinafter referred to as, the Website) about the Privacy Policy that it shall apply when processing any personal data voluntarily provided by the User upon accessing FREO’s website.

The user, by providing FREO with its personal data via the Website’s electronic forms or contact section and, where appropriate, by ticking the relevant acceptance box, expressly consents to the processing by FREO of such data in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

If the user has any doubts about this Privacy Policy or about how FREO process his/her personal information, the user may contact us at the e-mail address

Who is the data controller?

The data controller of your data is:

FREO Investments Spain, SL, hereinafter referred to as “FREO”.

CIF number: B87323994

Address: Calle Alfonso XII, 36, 1º Dcha, C.P. 28014, Madrid – Spain


What personal data do we collect and what do we use it for?

FREO, in order to be able to provide its services, receives and processes data collected directly from the user through the contact form or when sending emails.

The user accepts the processing of its data with the following purposes:    

  • Data provided through the contact form: manage and respond requests for information, queries, complaints or any other request made by the user.
  • Sending commercial communications: In the event that the user gives his/her express consent to do so, by ticking the box provided, send commercial communications on the products and services of FREO Group, by electronic and/or conventional means.

Users shall be solely responsible for the accuracy of the data provided to FREO.

What is the legal basis for the processing?

The basis for the processing of the data is the express consent given by the user when checking the acceptance box to send a request for information, consultation, complaint or any other type of request; or to receive commercial communications.

The fields in the contact form are considered mandatory fields to manage the form’s object. Should you decide not to complete said fields, we will not be able to address your request.

The consents given for the mentioned purposes are independent so the user may withdraw any of them, not affecting the others, at any time, without affecting the legality of the processing based on the consent prior to withdrawal.

In order to withdraw the consent given, the user must write to FREO at the addresses detailed in the section “What rights does the user have?”.

How long will we keep personal data?

Your personal data will be stored as long as they will be necessary for the mentioned pursposes and as long as the data subject does not object to the processing or request its deletion.

In any case, personal data will be kept during the applicable prescription periods for the attention of possible legal responsibilities that could derive from the processing.

Who do we communicate your personal information to?

Personal data may be communicated to third parties to whom FREO has commissioned a service related to the purpose of the processing, always complying with the requirements established by current legislation.

In this sense, for the purposes described, we may communicate your data to the two companies in charge of marketing this real estate asset for FREO:
CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD SPAIN LIMITED SUCURSAL EN ESPAÑA, S.A. with address in Madrid-Spain, calle José Ortega y Gasset 29, Edificio Beatriz, 6º planta, C.P. 28006, with VAT number W0061691B,.

CBRE REAL ESTATE, S.A., with address in Madrid, Spain, Paseo de la Castellana 202, Edificio Castellana 200, Planta 8, 28046 Madrid, and VAT number A-28339471

What rights does the user have?

As the owner of the personal data, at any time, you may exercise your rights of access, rectification, erasure, portability, restriction or object to the processing, as well as not to be subject to a decision based solely on processing, including profiling, by writing to FREO at one of the addresses detailed above.

Postal address: Calle Alfonso XII, 36, 1º Dcha, C.P. 28014, Madrid – Spain


Likewise, the user has the right to present a complaint to the competent Control Authority (in Spain, the Spanish Data Protection Agency:, when it considers that it has not obtained satisfaction from the data controller in the exercise of its rights or considers that the processing does not comply with current legislation.

Updates and changes

At any time, FREO may unilaterally modify this Privacy Policy without prior notice, in which case information will be provided in a timely manner.