Robert L. Valledor, CPM, CIPS
Bob Valledor has lived in Miami
almost his entire life. He arrived when he was only 2 years old. He is a second generation Realtor.
His business philosophy remains the same his father first taught him,
“Put the interests of your client first and everything else follows.”
Keeping this philosophy has allowed Bob to earn his reputation for
providing his clients with high levels of professional service and
attention to detail.
Bob specializes in the brokerage, management and
leasing of commercial and investment properties, including office buildings, retail centers, apartment buildings, industrial manufacturing and warehouse properties. He holds the prestigious designation CPM, Certified Property Manager, from the Institute of Real Estate Management and the CIPS, Certified International Property Specialist from the National Association of Realtors.
Bob is the Head Volunteer Sailing Instructor for
Shake-A-Leg Miami, a program that helps the physically challenged, at-risk
children and able bodied persons gain self confidence and improve their self
esteem by learning to sail a sailboat. He wrote the curriculum that is used
to teach at Shake-A-Leg Miami and he was twice recognized as "Volunteer Of The
Year" by this organization. Bob
holds two Keel Boat Instructor certifications with the US Sailing Association.
In addition to serving two years on the city of
Miami's Neighborhood Stabilization Program Task Force, Bob's civic
involvement includes 3 years on the city of Miami’s Affirmative Action Advisory Board and
17 years on the city’s Nuisance Abatement Board, which he chaired for 16 years. The NAB is charged with ridding the city of properties with documented histories of drug sales, prostitution, gambling and gang related activities.
Bob was appointed to the Florida Bar's 11th Judicial Circuit's Fee
Arbitration Committee in 1994 on which he served through 1997. He was
recently appointed to a 3 year term to the 11th Judicial Circuit's Grievance
Committee. He is a 4 time President of his home owners association.
In 1997 Bob was recognized by the city as a “Miami Hero”.
In addition to his community service, Bob is very
active in the professional associations of Realtors. He has served on every
committee and chaired most for the Miami Association of Realtors (formally
the Miami Board of Realtors). He was its President in 1985-1986, their
1984 "Realtor of the Year", 1995 "Chairman of the Year".
He also is the 1996
recipient of their "Civic Achievement Award" and received their
"Distinguished Service Award" in 1999.
Bob is also the 2003 "Realtor Of The Year" for the Realtors
Commercial Alliance of the Miami Association of Realtors. Bob is one of only 8 Past-Presidents in the
103-year history of the Association to be awarded the highly coveted
"Past President’s Award" in recognition of his continuing service to the
Miami Association of Realtors.
has been a director of the Florida Realtors (formerly the Florida Association of Realtors) and has chaired
15 of its committees and served on over 52 others. He has held the elected positions of District Vice President representing all of Miami-Dade and Monroe counties and Treasurer of FAR. He
was elected to three 3-year terms to the Board of Directors of the National Association of Realtors and has served on
24 of its committees.
In addition to his highly regarded professional reputation and extensive volunteer services Bob is known for his sense of humor. His favorite “motto”, which he has hanging in his office is “No
property too small ... No fee too large.”