Western Rim Property Services CEO Marcus Hiles began building attractive luxury communities in Texas thirty years ago, and his success can be attributed to a unique vision of what luxury living can be. Through staying well informed of design trends and knowing the most in-demand styles that people are looking for, Hiles has been able to note vast changes in what renters expect of room partitions, exteriors and even the functionality of homes themselves. Groundbreaking architectural advances have led to the development of net-zero buildings that strike a balance between total energy consumption and renewable energy generation. Passive and active houses offer two separate energy conservation techniques to virtually eliminate heating and cooling costs. With the exciting progress in construction methods, fundamental technological improvements are delivering more convenience, space and light into homes and reshaping the way we live.
Month: November 2016
With heavy usage of gas, electricity, water and waste disposal, the housing sector is often the largest contributor of an individual’s carbon footprint. Marcus Hiles, Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services, recently talked about the many steps his corporation takes in order to offer environmentally friendly and energy-efficient residences, and what occupants of Western Rim’s communities can do to further assist at home.
Eminent Texan property developer Marcus Hiles has a keen grasp on what renters are looking for when choosing a new home. Yet one key luxury too often remains off of most people’s checklists of must-have amenities: nature trails. Hiles encourages apartment hunters to be on the lookout for a network of recreational pathways throughout the community of the unit. As the Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services, which designed and currently manages more than 15,000 rental units in cities around Texas, Hiles has felt the many benefits multi-use pathways hold for residents.