A Promising future for the housing market is what Executive and Head of Western Rim Property Services envisions for the biggest state of the north American country, especially on the macroeconomic department. Head of property development and environmental enthusiast based in Texas, Marcus Hiles recently responded to studies of an upswing in Fort Worth and Houston home purchasing during 2016’s first quarter. As head of a state firm specializing in chic urban living, Hiles acknowledges that Texas Association of Realtors’ discoveries can help him to serve local clients.
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In Texas and across the nation, why are so many preferring to rent instead of own? Western Rim Property Services CEO Marcus Hiles notes that people are increasingly welcoming the flexibility that accompanies the rental lifestyle. “We’re a mobile population,” Hiles says. “The idea of settling in one place for a decade – or for the length of a 30-year mortgage – doesn’t hold the same appeal as it did a generation or two ago.” Hiles points to research which shows renters coming out on top, falsifying any myths that homeowners have an edge on personal fulfillment, “People who rent actually spend more time engaging in leisure activities and interacting with their friends and neighbors,” he notes.
With the desire to create communities at the heart of his business ventures, Marcus Hiles has generously donated 200 Dell computers to inner city youth in Texas. This is just the latest step in his lifelong mission. Recognizing the increasing demand for affordable luxury rentals featuring state-of-the-art amenities, Hiles launched Western Rim Property Services in 1990. Along with his other ventures, Hiles now manages and owns over 15,000 upmarket residential rental townhomes and apartments throughout Texas. These high-end developments are designed to include relaxing green spaces, sports facilities, top notch day spas, and recreational centers, all contributing to a strong feeling of community among the residents.
In urban locations natural spaces must be created and maintained through human intervention and assistance. Marcus Hiles insists on building communities with ample greenspace to maintain the health of the residents. Two trees can make enough oxygen for one person and can absorb twenty pounds of air pollution every year. A similar benefit is that parks provide shade, cooling down a significant area and reducing heat retention. As well, shade reduces air temperature reducing air-conditioning requirements and helping neighbors cool down.