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.”
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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.
The reflective TechShield® is proven to help renters effectively reduce their utility costs. “On average, residents of our Estates, Towers and Mansions communities have lowered their bills by about 17 percent every month,” Hiles notes. Having been time-tested through its installation in more than 1.5 million homes across the U.S., these ecologically sound products are made of wood sourced through programs certified under the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, a conservation program created by non-profit organization SFI Inc. to promote responsible wood production. The use of these eco-friendly roof panels combines with 16 SEER air conditioners, programmable thermostats, dual-pane windows, weather stripping and full depth cellulose sound insulation to ensure that Marcus Hiles’ Fort Worth company’s homes, townhomes and apartments serve as a true advancement in upscale, energy-efficient housing.