Caring for the environment is something that sets Marcus Hiles apart from other Texas real estate agents and developers. The awareness Hiles shows when building communities is astonishing. Each of his communities is designed to be eco-friendly and more than 15,000 rental properties prove that the Hiles’ philosophy is based on his philanthropic intentions. Each home Hiles represents and manages has products with the ENERGY STAR label on them because the savings these products offer are more than 50 percent and the merit they bring to the environment is priceless. More on: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/marcus-hiles-brings-environmental-responsibility-045756646.html
Unlike earlier generations pursuing the American Dream of owning a home, the new American vision is a lifestyle that offers less maintenance, more freedom to travel; community engagement with less seclusion – but more exclusivity; top of the line amenities with a smaller, greener footprint; and urban convenience with a picturesque view. Marcus Hiles, Dallas area developer, is the Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services and is responding to the current national boom in demand for luxury apartments by offering affordable, environmentally responsible, and socially friendly high-end communities to accommodate the modern priorities of aging baby boomers and their children, known as echo-boomers.
Marcus Hiles, founder and CEO of Western Rim Property Services, was pleased to hear the city of Fort Worth’s announcement to create additional green space in the historic neighborhood of Fairmount. The renowned real estate developer has been providing Texans with ecologically sustainable luxury living for over three decades, and is proud to see his company’s values being replicated on the government level.
UK based medicinal journal, The Lancet, recently released studies that suggest a sedentary lifestyle is more damaging to one’s health than smoking cigarettes, and that between six and ten percent of all the world’s non-communicable diseases are caused by physical inactivity. The CEO of Western Rim Property Services, Marcus Hiles has been creating impactful communities that promote healthy, active living for over thirty years. The prominent real estate investor discussed the importance of regular exercise, and the steps his developments take to provide residents with ample fitness and recreational amenities.
The U.S. exceeded $166 billion in capital investments in 2015, a ten percent increase from the year before. With almost a third of the proceeds coming from Texas, Dallas based real estate investor Marcus Hiles believes his state has not only displayed the potential for sustained long-term economic growth, but has also become vital to the success of the American economy. As Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Properties, Hiles has spent over three decades studying market tendencies in the pursuit of making profitable, strategic property acquisitions.
The real estate market for affordable luxurious places is getting bigger each day, especially after Marcus Hiles founded Western Rim Properties in 1988. His idea was to provide great places with terrific amenities to all of the hard-working people of the Lone Star state. Whether you like to rent or own, Western Rim’s got you covered. Among many good things that can be said about Marcus Hiles, one must be pointed out. Hiles is a great philanthropist who is known for his charitable acts. He has donated more than $2.5 million to different educational initiatives, charity programs and much more. Find out more about this on: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/marcus-hiles-explains-happier-texas-061434027.html
In order to help home seekers become wiser in their quest for luxury rentals, distinguished Texas real estate developer Marcus Hiles advises individuals on features to look for in a potential home.Hiles, Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services, has been creating luxurious rental properties that feature enhanced, plush units since 1990. Hiles has learnt from his in-depth experience the highlights that can raise a good property into a great one. Here, he explains the attractive amenities of Western Rim’s famous Mansion brand properties.
Eminent Dallas property developer Marcus Hiles knows what renters want when choosing a new home. Yet one important feature probably remains off of most people’s checklists of must-have amenities: walking trails. Hiles advises apartment hunters to be on the lookout for a clear presence of recreational pathways throughout the site of the unit. As the Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services, a company that has designed and currently manages more than 15,000 rentals in cities across Texas, Hiles knows personally about the many benefits multi-use walkways hold for residents.
As CEO of Western Rim Property Services, a regional developer specializing in luxury rental communities, Marcus Hiles understands that the Texas Association of Realtors’ report will help him to understand local markets and their needs. “At Western Rim, we are constantly monitoring industry temperature and momentum to understand what our customers need most,” Hiles discussed. “The Association’s recent findings offer invaluable insight to our team regarding the current status of regional property sales. Most importantly, it proves that the state’s overall real estate vertical is thriving. It’s an exciting time to live in Texas.”
For prior generations, suburban communities built on manufacturing, education and other services were the centerpiece of the American Dream. Nowadays, many towns are changing rapidly to accommodate a strengthening consumer market with modern living and spending habits. Population growth rates in suburbs outside of Dallas, Austin, Charlotte, Atlanta, San Antonio, Houston, Denver, Nashville and Portland are now exceeding their urban counterparts via new, transit oriented communities. The Urban Land Institute reported in December their findings: “contrary to popular perception and most media attention, three-quarters of 25 to 34 year olds in the 50 largest metro areas live in the suburbs.” Marcus Hiles welcomes Millenials’ preference to continue to rent as they leave the city with is luxury rental options, and notes that across the country, upscale apartments are being constructed at an astonishing rate, converting former manufacturing sites and undeveloped areas into upscale living spaces flush with amenities.