Both internally and externally, Marcus Hiles’ communities are thoughtfully constructed with the highest quality materials in order to be eco-friendly and visually stunning. Roofs and attics are stocked with reflective, radiant TechShield® barriers which reduce heat transfer by up to 97 percent, while lowering indoor temperatures by thirty degrees or more during the hottest summer months. Inside the living spaces, high-density weather stripping and dual pane windows with a layer of argon gas and a solar heat gain coefficient of at least 0.22 take climate control up another notch, protecting units from the elements. Air conditioners with a seasonal energy efficiency rating (SEER) of 16 or more are the only ones used across the communities, controlled by programmable thermostats allowing residents to use up to 30 percent less energy, cut their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint. By maintaining standards high above industry averages, Hiles and Western Rim deliver comfort in the most polarized weather conditions, guaranteeing a respectful, mutually beneficial relationship with the environment – carbon emissions have been lowered by 32,000 tons across at 10,000 properties.
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Sometimes merely a tool for weight loss, regular physical activity is actually essential in reducing one’s risk of heart disease, avoiding injuries, feeling well mentally, staying fit, and living longer. Marcus Hiles cites the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and their proof of how regular exercise is imperative in staving off heart attacks, stroke, high blood pressure, type-2-diabetes, obesity, depression, breast and colon cancer, and osteoporosis, regardless of one’s age (including in children). Marcus Hiles excitedly points to data from the American Journal of Preventative Medicine that show how an active lifestyle adds up to five years to life expectancy. The Lancet’s studies attribute mental and social benefits, beginning with “a sense of purpose and value, a better quality of life, improved sleep and reduced stress, as well as stronger relationships and social connectedness.”
Venture investments are an important measure of economic growth, said Marcus Hiles, because the funds allow companies to hire more workers, buy new equipment, and ramp up product development and marketing. Capital firms in turn receive a considerable portion of the profits as promising young companies are sold or go public, and continue the cycle.
A well-known real estate investor and developer such as Marcus Hiles is an expert in ensuring that the quality of life in his units is top-notch and that each of many residents of Western Rim’s upscale properties has a satisfying way to spend their leisure time. Among many activities, Hiles points out that many tenants decide to use the high-tech fitness centers, swimming pools and running and jogging trails. Hiles claims that it is really important for the residents to be active and to have all those amenities on-site because it improves the quality of their lives. Find out more on: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/marcus-hiles—-explains-how-to-be-happier-as-a-texas-luxury-renter-2016-06-29
The Mansions brand’s premium facilities go beyond just the interiors and are present even in the community spaces. Making the best of Texas’ natural beauty, the Mansions are planned in idyllic countryside and are still close to the towns of Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, New Braunfels, Austin, and San Antonio. Hiles points out that occupants should get some information about a property’s on-site facilities. On the property of the Mansions, inhabitants are happy to find most of their needs met without having to move outside the community due to the top-notch concierge service. People with a dynamic lifestyle can benefit from 24/7 wellness centers with access to a fitness coach, sweeping golf courses, beautiful climbing trails and resort style swimming pools; The Mansions brand properties give these organizations and distinctive comforts that include shared zones for connecting with friends, for instance, social clubrooms, outside kitchens and fireplace lounges. Additionally, if a professional requires space for a meeting, various properties contain business centers and a Starbucks arranged for the occasion. While choosing an opulent home, settle for no less than what Marcus Hiles’ Mansions have to offer today.
Marcus Hiles urges renters to live in apartment locations with footpaths, explaining that tenants who take advantage of even mild exercising on the trails live healthier lives. A 2008 study by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine expands on this, noting that people who live near park areas tend to have a lower rates of obesity; and a 2010 study by the journal Social Science and Medicine concluded that people who reside near larger amounts of green space were more relaxed as compared to others who spent less time outdoors. Hiles, a strong believer in community building, says that in addition to their ability to help lower energy costs and encourage active lifestyles, walking trails also promote a sense of community among neighbors, with pathways encouraging spontaneous meetings and hangouts. Environmental, practical, and fun, shared public meeting places stand as a network of walking trails are an amenity no rental development should be without.
One of the most desirable amenities of modern living is a sense of true privacy. In all of the tranquil; rental homes, townhomes, and apartments developed by Western Rim Property Services, residents enjoy the serenity of a quiet living environment. Of the multitude of high-end conveniences offered at Marcus Hiles’ communities, there is one key amenity that cannot be seen out in the open, yet its effects are unmistakable: the comfort of knowing your home was treated with full depth cellulose sound insulation.
Marcus Hiles certainly goes an extra mile when it comes to environmental initiatives than what’s required in his projects. A case in point is his company’s tree plantations every year that has improved the quantity of tree coverage a lot more than the pre-development levels. Marcus Hiles knows that environmental preservation is beneficial to both occupants in the neighborhood and the planet. “All the 3,000 woods we planted last year takes care of significantly more than 45 tons of carbon dioxide emissions and impurities while also releasing oxygen,” he says. Furthermore, Hiles also ensures that natural foliage is protected, like the many 100-year-old oak woods that grow in a park beside one Western Rim site. Our ambitious target is to decrease carbon emissions by significantly more than 500,000 metric tons throughout the next decade,” he remarks. “Also, we’ll manage to offer energy savings for the occupants and make sustainable, booming communities.”
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.