Month: October 2016

Marcus Hiles – Texas Pro-Growth Policies Lead to Job Growth

Marcus Hiles - Texas Pro-Growth Policies Lead to Job Growth

Marcus Hiles – Texas Pro-Growth Policies Lead to Job Growth

Texas’ pro-growth policies have resulted in an increase in the state’s employment rate, both pre- and post-recession, according to expert property developer Marcus Hiles. Texas’ post-recession job recovery occurred more than two years before the rest of the country, and over 1.3 million jobs have been added to the pre-recession employment rate numbers.

Read More: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/marcus-hiles-encourages-everyone-texas-093000539.html

Marcus Hiles Offers Advice To Cut Energy Bills

Marcus Hiles Offers Advice To Cut Energy Bills

Marcus Hiles Offers Advice To Cut Energy Bills

Air conditioners are working overtime during times of peak heat, and real estate developer Marcus Hiles identifies traditional roofing insulation as the culprit. Because a home’s roof absorbs the sun’s radiant energy, which heats the attic and air ducts, air conditioning costs are increased to cool that influx. According to Hiles, highly reflective radiant barrier roof panels installed in the attic will instead reflect that heat, reducing up to 97 percent of heat transfer from the underside of the roof. “This cheap trick will keep your attic up to 30 degrees cooler,” he points out.

Read more: http://media.mwnewsroom.com/Dallas-Morning-News/-2063905

As Renting Gains Traction, Marcus Hiles Fills Luxury Void

As Renting Gains Traction, Marcus Hiles Fills Luxury Void

As Renting Gains Traction, Marcus Hiles Fills Luxury Void

American society is moving towards renting over home ownership, especially for Millennials. This has greatly increased the need for good rental homes. These days, many residents see unit living as a long-term solution rather than temporary. According to research from the National Multi-Housing Council, 14 percent of the population around Texas are now renters, with that number projected to grow. In big cities, the percentage is typically higher. Approximately 41 percent of the residents in Houston are renters, in Austin 35 percent are renters, and San Antonio is at 24 percent. As Marcus Hiles says, “The American dream is now not owning a home but renting an apartment.” Because of this, the goal for Hiles and his company is to develop these multi-unit homes in the best locations, near good schools, and with all of the expected amenities within and surrounding the complex.

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Hiles cites curbed spending for GDP growth, strong consumer confidence

Hiles cites curbed spending for GDP growth, strong consumer confidence

Hiles cites curbed spending for GDP growth, strong consumer confidence

Texas has the population and land mass to be its own nation, and if it were, it would boast the twelfth largest gross domestic product (GDP) in the world. According to real estate developer and investor Marcus Hiles, this is largely due to a focus on decreased government regulation and spending. “Over the past decade, our leaders have created an environment for businesses and residents to thrive,” Hiles says. “We have no corporate or personal income tax, and during each session, the Legislature curbs spending growth.” To see similar success, Hiles urges other states to follow the lead of Texas.

Read more here: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/marcus-hiles—-encourages-everyone-to-follow-texas-pro-growth-policies-2016-06-24