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Tom Eickleberry

I am the Broker for Pride St. Realty. I serve the Greater Houston area. My Brokerage provides Real Estate services of all kinds. Residential, Commercial and Investors. I've been a realtor for 15 years and a Broker/Owner for 3 years. I've served Hundreds of clients over the many years. Each client is unique in their needs and challenges. The best praise I have ever received is my Empathy. My ability to relate to every challenge my clients have. My clients' anxieties and expectations. My kindness to everyone. My desire to see the goal even when it seems impossible.

Your Real Estate Agent Must Have Attention to Every Detail

Pride Street Realty gives your real estate transaction the attention it deserves. We deliver great luxury homes and residential and commercial real estate you can take pride in.

Every client we serve gets the best real estate experience. We give each property search the attention and dedication it needs to ensure you get the property you want.

We take the guesswork out of your next residential or commercial real estate search. We bring you custom properties tailored to your requirements.

Whether you're moving to a new home or purchasing a new business location, Pride Street Realty will be there every step of the way.

Residential & Commercial Real Estate Broker Tom Eickleberry

I am the Broker for Pride St. Realty. I serve the Greater Houston area. My Brokerage provides Real Estate services of all kinds. Residential, Commercial and Investors.

Typically our services are requested by home sellers and buyers. Ranging from home buyers and sellers and to renters and landlords, too.

I've been a realtor for 15 years and a Broker/Owner for 3 years. I've served Hundreds of clients over the many years. Each client is unique in their needs and challenges.

The best praise I have ever received is my Empathy. My ability to relate to every challenge my clients have. My clients' anxieties and expectations. My kindness to everyone.

My desire to see the goal even when it seems impossible.

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