Dallas Luxury Renter, Marcus Hiles, Chief and Head of Western Rim Property Services located in one of the Texas major cities, gave his thoughts on the diagnosis regarding the unprecedented upscale on the Texas housing market during the year’s first quarter. Marcus Hiles prepared for it, the reason why his Estates brand offers deluxe homes to those in Texas. “Renters are excited to adopt chic urban living at affordable prices,” says Hiles, the Head of Western Rim Property Services. Western Rim Property Services’ CEO, Marcus Hiles is deeply committed to education and has donated more than $2.5 million to programs serving everyone from kindergarteners to college students.
“When renters choose to live in communities that align with their lifestyles, they achieve a greater work-life balance,” says Western Rim Property Services CEO Marcus Hiles. His knowledge comes from years of crafting communities with resort-like amenities. That work-life equilibrium is particularly important given that a third of apartment tenants are between the ages of 30 and 44 – the prime of their careers – and an additional 30 percent are between 45 and 64 years old. Hiles’ continues to design apartments delivering resort-like amenities while maintaining an enviable commute distance, helping to ensure that Dallas will continue to trend toward renting over home ownership.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR voluntary labeling program, launched in 1992, has become a powerful influence in purchasing decisions. Marcus Hiles fully endorses renters’ and buyers’ insistence upon having the latest ENERGY STAR rated appliances in their homes. Consumers and program partners buy 320 million energy efficient products that shave utility bills by more than $31 billion each year. “Compared to appliances just ten years old, with ENERGY STAR you can save almost half on your energy bill,” Hiles notes.
Property development expert and Western Rim Property Services CEO Marcus Hiles announced he will continue to plant 2,500 trees every year to help the environment. As the company’s founder, Hiles creates affordably priced subdivisions where renters have a luxurious lifestyle surrounded by trails, parks, and green spaces. This planting trees initiative is a long-term part of Western Rim’s goal to develop sustainable communities throughout the region.
If Texas were a nation, it would boast the world’s twelfth largest gross domestic product (GDP). Real estate investor and developer Marcus Hiles chalks up the Lone Star state’s success to its commitment to less government regulation and lowered spending, and encourages other states to follow Texas’ lead.
“Over the past decade, our leaders have created an environment for businesses and residents to thrive,” he notes. “We have no corporate or personal income tax, and during each session, the Legislature curbs spending growth.”