Marcus Hiles, a proud Texan by birth, has always had an interest in helping develop the area in which he was raised. In his various business ventures he has always stressed his belief in contributing to the local community in which his projects are operating, and by so doing help the whole area thrive.
Marcus Hile, Founder of Western Rim Property Services, is a man of many talents. As a sports enthusiast, developing properties within the catchment area of the famed Dallas Cowboys and the MLS team, FC Dallas, has provided him with exciting business opportunities. Noticeably, Mr. Hiles has always had a keen eye for developing properties in symbiotic relation with the surrounding environment. The housing complexes all use state-of-the-art, Eco-friendly designs, such as LED lights, special heat insulation in the attics and low energy saving windows. The estates also create a beautiful body of green space, most of which circle an area of stunning parkland, which not only maintains his environmental philosophy, but also provides the opportunities for a host of outdoor recreational activities.
Marcus Hiles is also aware of the positive economic effects such projects can bring to the area. By attracting a potential workforce of affluent professionals to these locations, so many local businesses have expanded to fulfill the needs of the residents of his housing complexes. Mr. Hiles highlights how rewarding it is to see the positive effect on the local economy and environment of a project he has directly instigated.
Hiles suggests that the rewards for altruistic endeavor more than match those of financial profits.The knock-on effect of attracting a friendly community of young aspirational professionals happily living alongside more established families is hugely satisfying. Marcus Hiles fully intends to continue developing his housing projects whilst maintaining his vision of helping communities to thrive in the state that he loves. To find out more about the projects, the developments and the philosophy behind Marcus Hiles and his team of developers, why not take a look at the Magnolia Texas Online Magazine?.