Before visionary real estate developer Marcus Hiles’ made his entry in the Dallas real estate market, there was a definite gap in the market for luxury rentals at affordable prices. Almost three decades ago, Texas was witnessing a sudden surge in housing sales, leaving hopeful homebuyers with limited options to choose from- moreover, the existing available options were selling at over-inflated values. Hiles saw the disparity as an opportunity to answer a unseen demand, and the outcome was the founding of Western Rim Property Services in 1990. He began building homes that were needed to better the Dallas rental scenario, but his unique concept of offering luxury townhomes, homes and apartments to working class people in Texas transformed the landscape in Dallas for the better solely.
During the summer months and generally throughout the year, Texas residents need to employ different energy saving techniques in order to relieve the pressure on their household budget. Marcus Hiles comes to the rescue with four simple but yet so efficient strategies. Being a real estate developer for around three decades, Hiles is aware that old windows, casements, transoms and sliders are nice-looking but having modern windows cuts down heat losses by 75% by preventing air and energy leakage. More about this on http://media.mwnewsroom.com/Dallas-Morning-News/-2063905
Marcus Hiles is a renowned Dallas-based businessman and a real estate developer. However, that’s just one side of his life story. He had to work hard to get where he is now and doesn’t forget that there are less fortunate children whose education level depends on generous wealthy people. That’s why he donated more than $100,000 in brand new DELL computers in order to provide a better education for those children. Being a graduate of Pepperdine and Rice Universities Hiles is aware of the importance of education and tries to help in every way he can. Read more about this on http://media.mwnewsroom.com/Dallas-Morning-News/-2057891
The number of renters in the U.S. is growing at a pace of more than 500,000 every twelve months, with no signs of abating. Texas real estate entrepreneur Marcus Hiles anticipated the increased demand for upscale rentals, which is why his Estates brand delivers premium properties to those in the Lone Star State. “Renters are eager to embrace luxury living at affordable prices,” points out Hiles, 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.” Just north of Dallas in the suburb of Aubrey, The Estates 3Eighty highlights one- to four-bedroom apartment plans that feature vaulted ceilings, bay windows, chic granite countertops, and spacious rooms. The community’s residents can be found at the on-site Starbucks Wi-Fi café, the private off-leash dog park, or working on one of the state of the art computers in the business center. “Our intention was to create the best of both worlds,” Marcus Hiles explains, “an exclusive lakeside escape that’s a stone’s throw away from vibrant nightlife and a thriving arts community.”
In Texas, everything is larger, including the market for upscale living. Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services Marcus Hiles notes that virtually all new rental communities built in the Lone Star State are luxurious, creating increasing chances for renters to enjoy a lavish lifestyle. “An increasing number of singles, families, empty nesters, and retirees are finding contentment through renting,” Hiles points out. “Across the U.S. the number of renters is anticipated to grow by a half million each year through 2023.”