“The bigger the state. The bigger the housing market business” at least that’s Environmental Protector and Donor, Marcus Hiles, acknowledges that the Texas Association of Realtors’ newly found results can help him to improve his services to the clients. “At Western Rim, we are constantly checking the economy’s status and momentum to understand what our clients want the most” Hiles stated. “The Association’s new conclusions offer never seen before insight to our team regarding the current state of the Texas house market. Also, it clearly proves that Dallas’ overall real estate business is thriving like never before. It’s an important time to live in the state of Texas.”
Renowned real estate developer Marcus Hiles places environmental stewardship at the central of his development philosophy. “Creating communities that work in harmony with nature and lessen humanity’s carbon footprint is a responsibility I embrace,” he says. As Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services, Hiles has put his philosophy into action in the over 15,000 upscale rental townhomes and apartments his company has developed in the Lone Star State. One big step in his eco-friendly development practices is installing appliances certified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR. Americans’ ENERGY STAR usage has reduced carbon dioxide emissions by 283.2 million metric tons since the program was launched in 1992. Because the average resident in Texas pays $1,650 per year in electrical bills and an additional $400 for natural gas, energy efficient appliances can translate into energy savings of up to 50 percent.
Acclaimed property developer and CEO of Western Rim Property Services and Newport Classic Homes, Marcus Hiles has donated to charity to support inner city children’s access to modern technologies. Two hundred brand new Dell computers were given to young students striving for better life. As Hiles continues to provide critical help to less fortunate individuals and groups, his generous gift, valued at over $100,000, will be used to advance the youngsters’ learning potential, improve their academic performance, and promote an inclusive environment for personal and professional development of young community members.
The Association’s article also points out that while residential sales have steadily increased, actual housing inventory and active listings have significantly decreased in Q1 2016 when compared to 2015. According to the report, listings fell a total of 11.9%. Additionally, the study shows that active first quarter listings spent an average of only 64 days for sale on the market, down three days from first quarter 2015.