Month: March 2017

CEO Marcus Hiles Discuss the Latest Trends In Residential Architecture

Marcus Hiles discusses outdoor trends that offer minimal maintenance and optimal design. Open areas that are sustainable and reduce utility coasts are rising in demand. Green methods including rainwater and graywater harvesting and permeable paving are some of the most sought after features discussed by the CEO of Western Rim Property Services.

Read More: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/marcus-hiles—-discusses-the-latest-current-architectural-design-trends-2016-09-15

As Housing Prices Rise, Marcus Hiles Answers With Luxury Rentals

As Housing Prices Rise, Marcus Hiles Answers With Luxury Rentals

Among spots where renting is already more reasonable than owning are the surrounding Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan areas. Because millennials face immense student loan debt and housing costs in North Texas have increased by 50 percent over the past five years, firms likes Marcus Hiles’ Western Rim Property Services that deliver affordable luxury housing accompanied by premium conveniences are seeing more demand than ever. “As discretionary income falls, renting becomes markedly more economically efficient than buying a house. Apartments offer additional financial freedom and consume far less space,” Marcus Hiles rationalizes. “The idea that owning your own home is the American dream is being turned inside out; since the housing bust in 2008, the renter population has swelled to 43 million households.” Throughout the region, young professionals are opting for a higher quality of life, seeking out Western Rim’s complexes for their convenient, pristine locations, premier school districts, modern amenities, and across-the-board lifestyle services.

Read more: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/marcus-hiles-rising-mortgage-rates-000900947.html

Marcus Hiles Discusses Millennials’ Lifestyle Shifting Development Trends

Marcus Hiles Discusses Millennials’ Lifestyle Shifting Development Trends

For many years, small suburban towns built around manufacturing, education and other services furthered the American Dream. Now, many of these communities are rapidly evolving to meet the needs of a strengthening consumer market with different living and spending habits. Population increases in communities outside cities such as Dallas, Austin, Charlotte, Atlanta, San Antonio, Houston, Denver, Nashville and Portland have begun exceeding those of the city core as new, transit friendly complexes are erected. In December, the Urban Land Institute stated that, “contrary to popular perception and most media attention, three-quarters of 25 to 34 year olds in the 50 largest metro areas live in the suburbs.” On that note, says Marcus Hiles, is Millennials’ preference to continue renting after they leave the city. Throughout the United States, upmarket apartments are being built at an astonishing rate, transforming old manufacturing sites and undeveloped acres into luxurious living spaces centered around lifestyle amenities.

Read more: http://markets.financialcontent.com/investplace/news/read/33730428/Marcus_Hiles_

Marcus Hiles – Preparation is Key

Marcus Hiles – Preparation is Key

Reducing the rental price takes a lot of preparation. According to many reports, newspaper articles and the real estate expertise of Marcus Hiles, informing about your desired apartment unit is preferable. If you do your preparation well, you have a good chance to negotiate your way to a smaller rental price. However, don’t be blatant when asking for a price reduction. Instead, you can use a more subtle approach or even offer a long term/lease contract. Landlords will take your offer because it’ll keep their profit intact. You can read more about this on:
http://markets.financialcontent.com/startribune/news/read/33411953/Marcus_Hiles_

Hiles says pro-growth stance responsible for strong economy in Texas

Hiles says pro-growth stance responsible for strong economy in Texas

Few business and real estate development leaders in the Lone Star state are more visible than Marcus Hiles. As someone at the forefront of the business community, Hiles pays close attention to Texas’ track record regarding inviting new companies into the state. “Companies are relocating to Texas in order to take advantage of our business-friendly policies and stable workforce,” he notes. Even foreign investors are flocking to the state and employ more than a half million workers and foreign exports are strong. The state has the strongest trading relationship with Mexico and maintains steady relationships with Canada, China, Korea, and Brazil. Hiles is encouraged by the fact that Texas’ pro-growth stance is primed for increased growth in the future, especially when compared with states like California which lost over 1,500 businesses over the past eight years. In 2015, exports were valued at $251 billion, with a 93 percent growth over the previous decade in exports with free trade agreement partners. The state exported $45.4 billion worth of computers and electronics, $44.1 billion in oil and coal products, and $39.9 billion in chemicals.

Read more here: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/marcus-hiles-encourages-everyone-texas-093000539.html