Marcus Hiles admits that joy can take many forms and says that his occupants of more than 15,000 homes, townhomes, and apartments often express the distinctive joy they experience in the deluxe apartments. “We prudently select high-quality land and then build homes that are both good-looking and very energy efficient,” he explains. Therefore, occupants save a lot of money in their utility expenses.
Furthermore, they don’t have to be concerned about the home upkeep, mortgage escrow accounts and fieldwork; they have more time to follow their dreams.
“People living in our communities have the choice to invest on their own terms and can take advantage of opportunities that come up in other sites,” Hiles observes. “In my experience, a inhabitant’s joy increases in proportion to the time spent living in a luxury rental community.”
Month: April 2017
A graduate of Pepperdine and Rice Universities, Marcus Hiles has seen the impact education has on youth. He is deeply committed to each and every child’s right to be educated regardless of their social class or level of privilege. This belief is demonstrated in his insistence that homes developed by Western Rim be located near schools to simplify access to education for all residents.
In late December, the U.S. Census released its 2016 population estimates, showing state-by-state growth from 2015 into 2016, noting that the Lone Star State saw the greatest gains. Real estate entrepreneur Marcus Hiles sees the nation-leading increase is a positive sign, as large jumps in population have historically meant upcoming market expansion. Hiles, as the Founding Chairman & CEO of the celebrated Western Rim Property Services, serves as Texas’ largest producer of upscale rental complexes including stunning designs, scenic landscapes, resort-like amenities and comprehensive lifestyle services.
Further research within the Bureau’s findings show that the Texas’ four large metros, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Austin and San Antonio, accounted for 84 percent of the state’s growth. Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth led cities around the country by welcoming around 150,000 new residents each, while Austin again topped the nation in growth percentage for the fifth consecutive time, notes Marcus Hiles.