“The bigger the state. The bigger the market” that’s what the Head and CEO of Western Rim Property Services and Environmental Protector, Marcus Hiles, acknowledges that the Texas Association of Realtors’ newly found results can help him to improve his services to the clients. Therefore, his own brand delivers great houses to those in the Lone Star State. “Renters are excited to adopt chic urban living at affordable prices,” says Hiles, the Head of Western Rim Property Services. “All of the 5 Estates neighborhoods offer signature commodities designed to appeal to families, singles, among other citizens who have chosen the rental life.” Located north of Dallas in Aubrey, The Estates 3Eighty offers one- to three-bedroom apartment floor plans that feature a great lake view, wood doors, modern furniture, and expansive living areas.
At first glance, there doesn’t appear to be many similarities between Dallas and New York or Los Angeles, beyond all three ranking among the ten largest cities in the U.S. However, states Texas real estate developer Marcus Hiles, “When you dig a little deeper, it turns out that all three locales have more renters than homeowners.” In fact, 55.9 percent of Dallas residents live in rental housing. Around the country, Americans are preferring tenancy over home ownership, and the population of renters is expected to grow by at least a half million each year until at least 2023. Contrary to what many believe, homeowners’ housing expenditures far exceed that paid by renters. While the annual cost of rent payments may outpace total mortgage cost for the year, buyers are saddled with maintenance expenses and higher energy bills – making the rental lifestyle even more attractive.
High quality of life is amongst the most desired life goals to accomplish in the city of Dallas, Texas, and lately they’ve been registering a high rise on the house market, especially on the fancy living department. Chairman of Western Rim Property Services, Marcus Hiles states that there’s a correlation between the increasing number of singles, families, and retirees who are investing on new rental properties and the contentment through renting and obtaining a luxurious lifestyle in the process. There will be half million new investors every twelve months for the next eight years in a row.
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Hiles notes that Western Rim’s eco-friendly initiatives bring needed natural resources to both residents and the indigenous wildlife, with lasting results. The annual plantings are removing roughly 75 tons of carbon dioxide per year, generating enough oxygen for over 6,000 people in that same year. Fast forward a decade, and these same trees will be delivering an annual reduction of 600 tons of carbon dioxide and creating oxygen for 50,000 inhabitants.
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With growth comes increased calls for sustainability, environmental stewardship, and prioritization of a healthy lifestyle. Marcus Hiles, a developer of residential communities in the Dallas area, is honored to be able to donate land for community parks and provide the much-needed property for natural recreation spaces. Trees, plants, and wildlife are essential for life and allow families, couples and individuals a place for relaxation. Parks happen because of people who take initiative, both people and businesses, such as Hiles, devoted to environmentally friendly efforts and development.