Month: November 2016

Dallas’ Marcus Hiles Discusses Ongoing Green Development

Dallas’ Marcus Hiles Discusses Ongoing Green Development

Dallas’ Marcus Hiles Discusses Ongoing Green Development

Beyond planting and nurturing trees, Marcus Hiles’ Western Rim Property Services creates public and private parklands and preserves. Abutting one of Hiles’ communities sit hundreds of century-old oak trees flourishing in a 44-acre park which features a pond, stream, and Frisbee golf course. Additionally, over 100 more acres have been permanently designated as open spaces, for the enjoyment of residents and indigenous wildlife. Looking to the future, Hiles is intently focused on creating luxurious communities that integrate eco-conscious design and the area’s scenic beauty. “We will continue to exhibit leadership in energy conservation and respect for the environment, while engaging our communities in ongoing efforts to safeguard the planet,” Hiles concludes.

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Visionary Developer Marcus Hiles Discusses Residential Technology

Visionary Developer Marcus Hiles Discusses Residential Technology

Visionary Developer Marcus Hiles Discusses Residential Technology

Western Rim Properties Chairman and CEO Marcus Hiles has been creating luxury rental communities across Texas for over thirty years. Unmatched in contemporary design and resort-style convenience, the homes, townhomes and apartments the company has built are widely known for their cutting-edge, energy-efficient amenities. Keeping well informed about innovations in smart house technologies, the visionary real estate developer has had firsthand experience with the next generation of fully programmable appliances which give users previously unavailable levels of customization and control, all managed by cell phone. The growing consumer market for state-of-the-art smart machines has grown to be cost effective and offer convenience previously unavailable. Hiles offers his astute views on the current additions to the network of the “Internet of Things,” and their potential for ushering in an easier lifestyle.

Read more: http://markets.ask.com/ask/news/read/32823087

Marcus Hiles – Changes the Houston Housing Market for the Better

Marcus Hiles – Changes the Houston Housing Market for the Better

Marcus Hiles – Changes the Houston Housing Market for the Better

For Marcus Hiles, Houston is where his success in property investment began but he has always had a propensity to expand and excel. The Texas real estate developer overcame humble beginnings with his indefatigable work ethic, ingenuity, and drive. Hiles saw the inequality as aa chance to fulfill an unrecognized demand, and the result was the founding of Western Rim in the nineties. He began building the units necessary to improve the Houston rental market, but his unique concept of offering luxury homes, townhomes and apartments to working class Texans single-handedly transformed the Dallas landscape.

Read more: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/marcus-hiles-transforms-dallas-real-032533652.html

Marcus Hiles On How Renting is Beating Homeownership Nowadays

Marcus Hiles On How Renting is Beating Homeownership Nowadays

Marcus Hiles On How Renting is Beating Homeownership Nowadays

The Lone Star State does not seem to have things in common with the state of New York and California more than having the 10 largest cities in the U.S. Even so, notes Dallas investor and Head of Western Rim and green protector Marcus Hiles, “When you dig even more deeper, it turns out that the 3 locales have more renters than homeowners.” When checking the facts, 55.9% of Dallas individuals live by renting. This days, on the whole nation, North Americans are increasingly preferring renting over house ownership, with the population of renters expected to grow by at least a half million each year through the beginning of the next decade. The common thought among Texans has been proven wrong, nowadays renting is more affordable than owning a home. While the monthly cost of rent may outpace total house payments for the year, buyers are saddled with maintenance billing and higher utility costs.

Read more: http://media.mwnewsroom.com/Dallas-Morning-News/-2072585