Month: March 2017

Marcus HIles Speaks To The Benefits Of Modern Appliances

Marcus Hiles, Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Properties, has been creating luxury rental communities across Texas for over three decades. Unmatched in contemporary design and resort-like conveniences, his homes, townhomes and apartments are highly regarded for their convenient, energy-efficient amenities. Staying well informed about innovations in smart house technologies, the prominent real estate developer has had firsthand experience with the next generation of fully programmable appliances, each giving customers previously unavailable levels of customization and control—and all by cell phone. The growing consumer market for state-of-the-art smart machines has evolved to be cost effective and offer unheard of convenience. Hiles shares his astute views about the latest appliances, their role in the “Internet of Things,” and their potential for ushering in an easier lifestyle.

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Marcus Hiles Notes ‘New Suburbia’ Dominating Real Estate

For nearly five years, urban submarkets have seen a strong influx of rental property development, with massive high-rise apartments redefining skylines and revitalizing downtown neighborhoods which previously lacked upscale rentals. However, the cost of living in these neighborhoods has grown much faster than wages and the availability of jobs beyond cities has increased, motivating many real estate developers, including Western Rim Property Services Founder Marcus Hiles, to project a resurgence of movement in suburban submarkets throughout 2017. Hiles, as Texas’ leading developer of luxury apartments and townhomes, explains the current market trends driving this shift, and the rise of “new suburbia.”

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Marcus Hiles Delivering Luxury Rentals To Hungry Market

An increasing amount of Americans are choosing to lease instead of owning their residences, with that number expected to expand by at least a half million each year through 2023. Marcus Hiles and Western Rim have spent nearly three decades building and maintaining over 15,000 high-end apartments, condos, and townhomes in Texas, helping to satisfy the growing rental property demand. These developments are situated near many of the state’s largest urban hubs, including Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin, providing affordable luxury and resort-style amenities in a suburban setting. Fitness centers, jogging trails, open green spaces, access to premiere golf courses, cellulose soundproofing technology, and eco-friendly features provide residents the opportunity to experience a high standard of living, while avoiding the high costs associated with owning a residence in today’s increasingly expensive real estate climate.

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Marcus Hiles Notes Future Impacts Of Presidential Policy On Real Estate

With about 510,000 new homes constructed throughout 2015 and the commercial real estate sector growth to over $450 billion in sales, is the biggest factor influencing employment and economy in the United States today is the property industry. Political agendas have greatly impacted real estate performance under President Obama, and most certainly will continue to have future impacts going forward after President-elect Trump takes office. According to respected Dallas property developer Marcus Hiles, benefits can be traced back to the policies of both men, furthering the growth of the real estate industry.

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