Marcus Hiles On Simple Savings Tricks

Four simple tricks but tricks which can mean a lot when applied are presented by the CEO of Western Rim Properties and a man who has been in the real estate business for over three decades – Marcus Hiles. When building or picking apartments, Hiles always follows his own advice and uses or seeks windows which have a solar heat gain coefficient ranging from 0.22 to 0.24. These kinds of windows are modern and prevent air and energy leakage thus lowering your electricity bills to a minimum. More on this can be read here: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/marcus-hiles—-on-tricks-to-cut-your-energy-bill-in-half-2016-06-19

Marcus Hiles On The Importance Of Giving Back to the Society

The CEO of Western Rim Property Services and Newport Classic Homes and a famous real estate developer, Marcus Hiles used his influence and welfare to help children of inner Texas in pursuing their life goals by donating 200 new Dell computers. This donation will certainly mean a lot to these childrens’ education and their belief in a fair world where everyone has the same opportunity to grow and follow their dreams. Marcus Hiles is one of the rare real estate developers who actually care about education and true values. Read more on http://finance.yahoo.com/news/marcus-hiles-donates-computers-students-041353893.html

Marcus Hiles Driving Rental Solutions Forward With Estates Brand

The country is experiencing a massive growth in the number of renters, over 500,000 more each year, with no signs of abating. In the Lone Star State, real estate developer Marcus Hiles predicted the increased demand for upscale rentals, and delivers premium properties to renters in Texas with his Estates brand. “Renters are eager to embrace luxury living at affordable prices,” says Hiles, Chairman and CEO of Dallas’ Western Rim Property Services. “Our five Estates communities offer signature amenities designed to appeal to singles, couples, and families who have chosen the rental lifestyle.” For example, The Estates 3Eighty was built just north of Dallas in Aubrey and offers one- to four-bedroom apartment floor plans that feature raised ceilings, expansive windows, fancy granite countertops, and expansive living rooms. On-site is a Starbucks Wi-Fi café, private dog park, and full-service business center featuring iMacs and PCs. “Our intention was to create the best of both worlds,” Marcus Hiles recalls, “an exclusive lakeside escape that’s a stone’s throw away from vibrant nightlife and a thriving arts community.”

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Marcus Hiles Notes Trend Towards Luxury Renting In Texas

Everything is bigger in Texas, and the market for upscale renting is no exception. Marcus Hiles, Chairman and Founder of Western Rim Property Services, explains that virtually all new rental developments in the Lone Star State are upmarket, allowing unprecedented opportunities for tenants to pursue luxurious living. “An increasing number of singles, families, empty nesters, and retirees are finding contentment through renting,” he stated. “Across the U.S. the number of renters is anticipated to grow by a half million each year through 2023.”

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Marcus Hiles On His Special Care For The Environment

Many homes are built throughout the country and there aren’t many innovative ideas or clear goals about the future of real estate. However, Marcus Hiles is planning on increasing the care for the environment while finding the best units in the United States for his customers. 2500 trees planted by Hiles each year will remove around 75 tons of carbon dioxide and make those units a healthier place to live. Not only that, but trees Hiles donated will become more and more productive as years go by and in ten years, those trees will remove 600 tons of carbon dioxide per year. More about this here: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/2949220