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National Association of Real Estate Professionals  
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26 Avenue Victor Hugo
FR-75116 Paris

Tel: +33 (0)1 53 64 91 91
Fax: +33 (0)1 53 64 91 81


President: Alain Duffoux REV
Vice-President: Gérard Fons REV
Treasurer: Denis Gasc REV
Syndic: Serge Troubat REV
Secretariat: 15 staff

Number of direct members (individuals): 8.300
Number of qualified valuers (individuals): 360

Member of TEGoVA since: 2003
Category of membership: Full


With more than 8.300 members (real estate agents, property managers and valuers), SNPI is present throughout the national territory, in Metropolitan France, as well as in the Antilles, Réunion and Guyane.

Permanent Representatives to TEGoVA

G. Fons

Gérard Fons REV

Vice-President of SNPI
Past President of TEGoVA FRANCE
Member of the Board of TEGoVA FRANCE

Tel: +33 (0)5 61 77 02 77
Fax: +33 (0)5 61 23 86 55

Bertrand Wasels

Bertrand Wasels

Adviser to the President of SNPI
Past Vice-Chairman of TEGoVA
Member of the Board of TEGoVA France

Tel: +33 (0)1 53 64 91 77
Fax: +33 (0)1 53 64 91 81

Brief History and Role

Created in 1963, the Syndicat National des Professionnels Immobiliers (SNPI) is fully involved in the defence of the profession and its members, and pursuing its action, at all levels, with the Public Authorities and the institutions.

With 9.750 members (real estate agents, property managers and valuers), SNPI is present throughout the national territory, in Metropolitan France, as well as in the Antilles, Reunion and Guyane.

Principal Activities

Members' services

All professionals who are members of SNPI can count on very high-quality services:

* An efficient legal department provides advice and guidance on important decisions that they have to take on a daily basis;
* A constantly updated legal database available on the professional intranet of SNPI, www.snpi.fr;
* Training and qualifying programmes adapted on an on-going basis to their needs;
* Frequent proximity information meetings which are as much friendly gatherings for exchanges;
* A centralised real estate offer, thanks to SNPI's PROFESSIONAL INTRANET site, an exclusive service for professionals to share the properties for sale through the Fichier Français Immobilier des Professionnels (FFIP), co-founded, together with SNPI, by CNAB, CENTURY 21 and ORPI.

Public Affairs

SNPI is in constant contact with the competent Ministries for the preparation or amendment of legislation or regulations concerning real estate, and in particular: the status of professionals, the status of co-ownership, town and country planning policy, and the real estate sector. In the same vein, it maintains close relations with a certain number of members of parliament.

SNPI has a permanent seat in numerous national authorities:

* National Collective Bargaining Agreement for the Real Estate Sector that regulates relations between employers and salaried employees;
* National Advisory Committee on Housing which is called upon to give its opinion on a certain number of regulations or to propose amendments for others;
* It occasionally attends the deliberations of other organisations, including the Agence Nationale pour la Maîtrise de l'Energie, and the Commission Nationale Informatique et Liberté.

In addition to these national actions, SNPI is active - through its members - in a number of institutions at provincial or local level: the Commercial Court, Elected Industrial Tribunals, Provincial Arbitration Committee for Commercial Leases, Chambers of Commerce, etc.

Principal Areas of Policy

* Public Affairs
* Education & Training
* National and international networking


The Association's governing body is the Board made up of a minimum of 6 members appointed by the President.


* Real Estate Agents
* Property Managers
* Real Estate Valuers

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

Several years ago SNPI adopted a code of conduct and a Charter of ethics for its members, that define the main principles of professional ethics and which govern relations between professionals and their clients beyond the relevant French regulations.


Non-compliance with the regulations and the rules of procedure of SNPI shall in no way be tolerated and shall be subject to sanctions including the expulsion of the defaulting member from SNPI.


* Aa in-house bullettin is published every three months.

* TEGOVA FRANCE translated the European Valuation Standards 2016 into French.

Awarding member association

Recognised European Valuer
Awarding Member Association

The association has the right to award Recognised European Valuer status (designated by the letters REV) to its members.

TEGoVA Residential Valuer
Residential Awarding Member Association

The association has the right to award TEGoVA Residential Valuer status (designated by the letters TRV) to its members.



The French TEGOVA member associations AFREXIM, CEF, CEIF-FNAIM, CNEI, CSN, IFEI, SNPI and UNIS formed TEGOVA FRANCE. Its main goal is to work together to pursue and defend common interests.