Your privacy is important to us.

We do not collect any personally identifiable information such as your name or e-mail address, unless you provide it voluntarily. When provided voluntarily, we will not distribute or share your information with any third party without your consent.

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on a user's computer for record-keeping purposes. Cookies can be used to track user sessions to maintain passwords, make product recommendations, keep items organized in shopping carts, and to remember your preferences. Like most Web sites, Real Home utilizes cookies on our website to enhance the user experience by helping us evaluate the usefulness of information on our site and the ease of use by which you are able to navigate through our site. We do not link the information we store in cookies to any personally identifiable information you submit while on our site.
We use both session ID cookies and persistent cookies. We use session cookies to make it easier for you to navigate our site. A session ID cookie expires when you close you browser. A persistent cookie remains on your hard drive for an extended period of time. You can remove persistent cookies by following directions provided in your Internet browser's 'help' file.
We set a persistent cookie to store your passwords, so you don't have to enter it more than once. Persistent cookies also enable us to track and target the interests of our users to enhance the experience on our site.
If you reject cookies, you may still use our site, but your ability to use some areas of our site, such as contests or surveys, will be limited.
Some of our business partners (e.g., advertisers) use cookies on our site. We have no access to or control over these cookies
This privacy statement covers the use of cookies by Real Home Agency and only and does not cover the use of cookies by any advertisers.

As is true of most Web sites, we gather certain information automatically and store it in log files. This information includes internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, operating system, date/time stamp, and clickstream data.
We use this information, which does not identify individual users, to analyze trends, to administer the site, to track users' movements around the site and to gather demographic information about our user base as a whole.
We do not link this automatically-collected data to personally identifiable information.
We use a third-party tracking service that uses cookies and log files to track non-personally identifiable information about visitors to our site in the aggregate.
This Web site contains links to other sites that are not owned or controlled by Real Home Agency. Please be aware that we, Real Home Agency, are not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites.
We encourage you to be aware when you leave our site and to read the privacy statements of each and every Web site that collects personally identifiable information.
This privacy statement applies only to information collected by this Web site.
Israel strikes Iranian targets in Syria - military
The operation targets the elite Quds force of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, Israel military says.
US shutdown: Trump angered by Democrats' rejection of 'compromise'
The president says they dismissed his plan to end a government shutdown before he even presented it.
Remainers trying to steal Brexit - minister
But Labour says the PM must rule out "no deal" and change her "red lines" if progress is to be made.
Macedonia and Greece: Clashes in Athens over neighbour's name change
Tens of thousands rally in Athens to oppose ratification of a deal on the Macedonia name issue.
Holocaust victims buried after remains given to museum
The remains of six unknown Auschwitz victims have been laid to rest more than 20 years after they were anonymously donated.
Zimbabwe protests: Crackdown is just a 'taste of things to come'
At least 12 people reportedly died in protests sparked by a sharp rise in fuel prices.
Tony Mendez, the real CIA spy behind Argo, dies aged 78
Tony Mendez is best known for the daring rescue mission which inspired the Ben Affleck film.
Sudan president defiant as deadly protests continue
Security forces fire tear gas at demonstrators calling for President Omar al-Bashir to resign.
Courchevel: Two killed in fire at French ski resort
A large fire broke out in a building housing seasonal workers in a popular French Alpine resort.
Colombia protest: Thousands march for peace after cadet killings
President Iván Duque joins the protests, called after a car bomb attack killed 20 police cadets.
Mali: Ten UN peacekeepers killed in 'jihadist' attack
The gunmen, said to be from an al-Qaeda-linked group, tried to storm a UN camp in the north.
Prince drives without seatbelt after crash
The Duke of Edinburgh was seen driving at Sandringham, two days after a crash that injured two women.
Two arrested over Northern Ireland bomb
Hundreds of people were being moved from the area when the explosion happened.
Baby ray grown in sandwich bag at Aberdeenshire aquarium
The young thornback ray was expected to die after its egg case failed to open naturally.
In pictures: Ethiopians celebrate the festival of Timket
Ethiopian Orthodox Christians celebrate Timket, or Epiphany, marking the baptism of Jesus.
'I wear a mask to prevent cold allergy reaction'
Max Fisher, 23, gets red, itchy welts and swelling when in contact with anything cold.
Would you share make-up with a stranger?
In China, people can scan a code to enter a room full of make-up and pricey skin creams.
How do you transport a rhino from Germany to the UK?
Follow Najuma the black rhino as she is transported from Germany to a new home in Yorkshire.
An alpaca walks into a French optician's...
The animal spent half an hour in the shop in the French town of Hennebont before its owner arrived.
When America agreed on a border barrier
The battle over the border fence has shut down the government - so how did we get here?
Boo the Pomeranian dog dies 'from a broken heart'
Boo the Pomeranian showed signs of heart problems after his doggy "best friend" died, his owners say.
ICYMI: Jellyfish invasion and a cheeky canine
A look at some of the stories you may have missed this week.
Meet the Avenue Q puppet coach Nigel Plaskitt
Avenue Q puppet coach Nigel Plaskitt passes on his puppeteering skills to young actors.
Rise in nude photos sent to phones on public transport
BBC Minute's Ione Wells investigates the rising trend of 'cyber-flashing' where naked photos are being sent by strangers to people's phones.
Why are there fuel shortages in Mexico?
After a deadly pipeline blast, a new policy designed to crack down on fuel theft is drawing scrutiny.
Can anyone 'own' the Moon?
Companies and countries are looking at mining the surface of the Moon for precious materials.
Is this the least romantic weekend ever?
Justin Rowlatt's wife suggested a cheeky New Year break. "Surprise me," she said. He did.
Could Kenya have prevented the hotel siege?
Tuesday's attack in Kenya raises questions about whether lessons have been learned from past incidents.
US shutdown: 'It's scary, I don't know how long we'll last'
As America's longest government shutdown continues, federal workers look to online donors to survive.
Men's Fashion Week: Jeenu Mahadevan calls out colourism
Jeenu Mahadevan is a rising star in fashion but says other Asians have criticised his dark skin
#10YearChallenge; Turkey puts spotlight on the headscarf
Turkish women who took off their headscarves go social on their decisions under the #10YearChallenge.
'Why I wanted a tattoo on my mastectomy scar'
Kris Hallenga was diagnosed with terminal cancer, but beat the odds. Her scar is part of her body art.
Tough times for Amsterdam sex business
The Dutch worry that part of central Amsterdam is now just a sleazy tourist trap.
Trump thrashes O'Sullivan to win Masters - highlights & report
Judd Trump wins his first Masters title as a rapid start paves the way for a 10-4 victory over seven-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan.
Man City score their 100th goal of season to beat managerless Huddersfield
Manchester City ease past managerless Huddersfield to move back to within four points of Premier League leaders Liverpool.
Fulham 'alive and will keep fighting' says Ranieri after late loss to Spurs
Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri says his side are "alive and will continue to fight" despite losing to Tottenham through Harry Winks' injury-time header at Craven Cottage.
England beat Australia but lose Quad Series - video & report
England beat Australia 52-49 but fall just short of the winning margin needed to take the Quad Series title in London.
Federer to play clay-court season after shock Australian Open exit
Roger Federer says he plans to play the clay-court season after skipping it for two successive years.
Garth Crooks' team of the week: Schar, Koscielny, Neves, Rashford, Salah
Who had Garth Crooks jumping out of his chair? Who is breaking his heart? Find out in his latest team of the week.
Marie Kondo - does tidiness really equal a clean mind?
Marie Kondo has turned de-cluttering into an art form - but does it really work?
Dating apps: What are they doing to our mental health?
Will's a serial swiper, Alvin's 'addicted' and Meggy's giving up. Do we know how dating apps affect us?
The former homeless man bringing web access to the Bronx
People without internet access have fewer life chances than those that do. How can we close the gap?
The horsemen making a living on Lagos beach Nigeria
The young people who make a living from taking people for horse rides on Nigeria's beaches.
The North Korean women who had to escape twice
Trafficked into the sex industry after defecting from North Korea, two young women spent years in captivity.
How will history judge President Trump?
Two years into a history-defying presidency, the BBC's Nick Bryant assesses how Donald Trump may be remembered.
'I want to stand up for every woman experiencing abuse'
Model Judith Heard hopes her story of sexual abuse will prompt other women to tell their stories - and to support one another.
Kevin Mallory: The churchgoing patriot who spied for China
He appeared to lead a typical suburban life - but he was secretly involved in international espionage.
African migration 'a trickle' thanks to trafficking ban across the Sahara
Despite a clampdown on migration through the desert many are still prepared to make the deadly journey.

© 2009 - Real Home Agency