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|Founded||Charny, QC (1997)|
|Nicolas Bouchard, Founder, Marco Dodier, President and CEO|
Number of employees
|Parent||Yellow Pages Group|
DuProprio is a Canadian real estate service.
DuProprio and its Anglophone siblings, ComFree and ComFree Commonsense Network brokerage, make up Canada's largest commission-free real estate network. Its website, duproprio.com, lists over 17,000 properties for sale and gets 5 million visitors every month.
Nicolas Bouchard founded the company in 1997, in Quebec. The company, which was originally called directduproprio, became DuProprio.com in 2004, and finally became DuProprio in 2011.
In 2009, it acquired Private Real Estate, SKhomes4sale and ComFree; other Canadian companies specialized in commission-free real estate sales. After the acquisition, DuProprio's brand image was revamped.
By 2011, the company said that 100,000 properties had sold through the DuProprio network.
In 2016, the Quebec Superior Court certified a class action lawsuit by the Quebec Federation of Real Estate Boards against DuProprio alleging that its advertisements had unfairly denigrated real estate agents.
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