Sustainable building, environmental stewardship, and promoting a healthy lifestyle remain important components of public green areas in any neighborhood. As a developer of residential properties in the Dallas area, Marcus Hiles is honored to donate land for community parks and make for the much-needed areas for natural recreation spaces. Trees, plants, and wildlife are important for life and allow families, couples and individuals a safe space for relaxation. These spots can only thrive through the critical work and dedication of individuals and companies, such as Hiles, devoted to environmentally friendly development.
Green areas in any neighborhood depend upon the inhabitability, protection of the environment, and the assurance of a healthy lifestyle . Marcus Hiles, the real estate developer of suburban communities in the Dallas area, feels that it is his pleasure to give land to the community for making leisure parks and other public spaces. Trees, plants and wildlife are needed for living healthily and they help give families, couples, and individuals relax in a nice space. With help from people and their devotion to charity work, along with assistance from businesses, like Hiles, that are dedicated to the eco-friendly works and solutions, these places are able to prosper.
The most obvious sign of an economic turnaround, remarked Marcus Hiles, is the Greater Houston Partnership’s forecast that Greater Houston will create 29,700 jobs in 2017, nearly twice the amount of the year before. In addition to the energy industry’s resurgence, two other core elements of the city’s economy – the Texas Medical Center, the world’s largest, and the Port of Houston – are both thriving. “As healthcare becomes more important in society and the economy, we’ll continue to see growth,” said regional economist Patrick Janikowski. In 2017 the sector is expected to add 9,800 jobs, accounting for nearly 30 percent of the state’s growth. Overall optimism for 2017, even among employers, is the highest it has been in years. In a new report from Houston based recruiting firm Murray Resources, 7.7 percent of companies predict they will be making significant hires this year, the largest amount since 2013, before the downturn in oil prices.
More and more American citizens are choosing leasing instead of owning properties. This number is expected to rise by half a million each year for the next 7 years. Marcus Hiles the founder and CEO of Western Rim Property Services has built this company from ground up, maintaining and developing over 15 thousand properties during the process. These properties are situated all over Texas and in the largest urban areas such as Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Austin. The main idea Marcus Hiles follows is that everyone should be entitled to the right of having a luxurious, yet affordable home. More on this topic here: http://markets. financialcontent.com/ startribune/news/read/ 33692967/Marcus_Hiles_