Owner FAQS

  • Are you licensed?

    Yes, Valiant Realty & Management LLC is a full service real estate brokerage in the state of Florida. We specialize in property management but provide sales & listings services as well. Charles Tripp is the managing Real Estate broker and is licensed in the state of Florida. All agents/managers working with the company are licensed as agents.
  • Can I reach you after hours?

    Absolutely. Valiant recognizes that property management is not a typical 9 to 5 business. As such we make sure accessibility and communication are our top priorities. All of our owners & tenants have access to the company 24/7.
  • Do I get to see the lease or sign it?

    Valiant signs the lease on the owner’s behalf unless instructed otherwise. The lease, inspections, management agreement, and financial statements are located in the owner portal which you will have access to at all times.
  • What type of reports are available to me?

    You have access to your monthly financial statements, maintenance reports, inspection reports, 1099 for tax return, and end of the year report in your owner portal. If you prefer statements emailed to you or have a financial question either you property manager or accounting can be of assistance. Accounting can be reached at
  • Who holds the tenant’s deposit?

    In most cases Valiant Realty & Management LLC holds the tenant’s security deposit in a Florida based bank trust account. However, there are owners who keep security deposits as long as they follow Chapter 83 requirements for handling security deposits.
  • I own several properties in the area, Do you provide discounts for multi property/ unit owners?

  • How do I know you’ll find a qualified tenant?

    We will run a credit report, conduct background screenings, review employment history, rental history, and check local and national sexual offender databases. This is a very important part of the process and determines much of what transpires during a tenancy. To Valiant, this is the single most crucial aspect to our success. If a prospect passes our screening you will be notified immediately.
  • How do I get paid each month?

    Tenants are required to pay rent on the 1st of the month. They are given a few days grace period per the lease agreement, once we receive the rent an owner can expect to be paid within the first ten days of the month. Often times owner payments are initiated on the 5th of the month. We can accommodate most all requests for payment and some of our owners receive physical checks monthly, but most are paid via ACH.
  • Chapter 83, Landlord Tenant Law