Everything is bigger in the Lone Star State, including the housing renters out there, which has increased 500.000 per year, with no signs of stopping. Housing Market Specialist Marcus Hiles saw it coming, which is why his personal brand delivers elite properties to those in the said state. “Renters are eager to embrace luxury living at affordable prices,” notes Hiles, the Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services. “Our five Estates communities offer signature amenities designed to appeal to singles, couples, and families who have chosen the rental lifestyle. Residents can be found at the dedicated Starbucks Wi-Fi café, in the private off-leash dog park, or working at one of the iMacs or PCs in the business center.
Western Rim Property Services founder and CEO Marcus Hiles encourages Dallas tenants to get the most value out of their housing dollar by residing in communities that offer resort-like amenities. “There’s no need to feel suffocated in a boxy apartment complex when you can thrive in surroundings that reflect the lifestyle you envision,” he states. Hiles encourages area renters to emphasize finding a community with services and facilities that match their interests. Pet owners could discover complexes offering a private off-leash dog park, pet waste disposal areas, and nearby pet-sitting services, veterinarians, and groomers. “Families with children should find developments located in superior school districts, and that provide on-property parks, playgrounds, and activity areas,” Hiles notes. Similarly, avid golfers have the option of moving into communities that include nearby course privileges and views of the course from their balcony, while fitness buffs might select properties with state-of-the-art fitness centers, ready access to personal trainers, and jogging trails.
As the weather heats up, prominent Texas real estate developer Marcus Hiles has four simple tricks that will help apartment hunters and homebuyers dramatically lower their energy bills. As founder and CEO of Western Rim Property Services, Hiles is always to follow his own advice, and he employs these energy saving techniques in every apartment and home he develops. First off, he suggests installing windows with a solar heat gain coefficient of 0.22 to 0.24. A common example is the Cascade Low E Argon Gas Win Pro Series. Through heat transfer, windows installed in the 1980s often lose up to 100 times more energy of fully insulated solid walls around the home. “While older casements, transoms, and sliders are beautiful, having the newest windows and frames prevents air and energy leakage, cutting your heat loss by 75 percent,” Hiles notes.
Marcus Hiles considers his company’s environmental impact with each project they take on. The plantings can make a significant environmental impact, he believes. “Trees and vegetation play a key role in every Western Rim development,” Hiles says about the projects. “We give our renters the lowest housing density with the greatest amount of green spaces. This strategy extends beyond improving air quality and lowering greenhouse gas emissions. These plants can also minimize pollutants in storm water and reduce overall neighborhood noise. One healthy tree is equal to 10 standard room-sized air conditioners running up to 20 hours a day. Our trees provide much needed shade from the Texas heat and can help our renters reduce cooling needs by up to 30%.”
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Property developer and CEO of Western Rim Property Services and Newport Classic Homes, Marcus Hiles has donated 200 new Dell computers to inner city children in Texas, continuing a lifelong dedication to providing critical help to less fortunate individuals and communities. Hiles’ generous gift, valued at over $100,000, will be used to help young inner city students enhance their education, pursue future goals, and remain focused on personal growth.