ELDA Management Services, Inc.
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Residential Property Management Servicing Houston, Sugar Land, Katy, Pearland, Humble & Surrounding Areas
At ELDA Management Services our mission is to provide the best possible customer service in property management. A full-service property management company, we manage residential properties in Houston, Katy, Humble and Sugar Land for both small and large investors.
We handle all aspects of property management, such as efficient leasing, cost-effective maintenance and more. We care about you, the investor, but we also care about your tenants. We strive to make a home for your tenants out of your investment. We even have a full line of brokerage services available as well.
A proud member of the Better Business Bureau, we’ll be your trusted partner and make your real estate experience rewarding and hassle-free.
For the very best property management and real estate brokerage options, call ELDA Management Services today.
- Single & Multi Family Properties
- Management Services
- Brokerage Services
- Maintenance & Rehabs
Things To Do in Houston, TX
Experience the magic of ballet at the annual performance of "The Nutcracker" by the Houston Ballet, the troupe regularly debuts new works throughout its season.
Have a blast at the Space Center Houston, where future astronauts and rocket scientists can explore and learn about the US Space Program. Attractions include a tour through NASA's Johnson Space Center, a film about how future astronauts are accepted into the space program, and more.
Visit the Glenwood Cemetery and note the famous Houstonians who are buried there. Well-known names include Howard Hughes, Col. T.S. Lubbock, members of the Rice family, four Governors, and more than 20 Houston mayors.
Your tour of the Holocaust Museum Houston begins with a look at life before the Holocaust and the beginning of Nazism. The exhibit then shows its insidious progression, from segregation, to imprisonment, to extermination. Artifacts, film reels, photographs, and text panels tell the story and set the backdrop for personal accounts from local survivors in the short films "Voices" and "Voices II." Included among the many items on display is a World War II Holocaust railcar that was used to carry millions of Jews to concentration camps and, ultimately, to their deaths; and a 1942 Danish rescue boat depicting the type that saved more than 7,200 Jews from almost certain execution at the hands of Nazi Germany. The museum is an ever-evolving, living museum that includes a permanent exhibit and temporary exhibits on loan from other Holocaust Museums around the country. Many who have visited here - survivors, adults, schoolchildren - have left notes, poems, artwork and gifts to express their feelings upon seeing the exhibits.