Economy

Marcus Hiles Elaborates On Exceptional Lifestyle Of San Antonio Residents

Adding 30,000 people to its year-round population last year, there are many reasons the city of San Antonio, TX is expanding. Marcus Hiles, Dallas-based real estate chairman and philanthropist, is intent on sharing why this Texas hotspot proves so attractive. Excited about the future of the booming urban metropolis, Hiles sees the city’s fourth fastest growth rate in the country as a proven result of its desirable lifestyle perks.

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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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Marcus Hiles – Texas Outpaces the Nation for Job Growth

Marcus Hiles -  Texas Outpaces the Nation for Job Growth

Marcus Hiles – Texas Outpaces the Nation for Job Growth

Marcus Hiles, the founder of Dallas-based Western Rim Property Services, is certain that Texas policies have been a boon for job growth that put the Lone Star State ahead of the rest of the U.S. Texas achieved post-recession job recovery two years earlier than the entire country. The state had offered over 1.3 million new jobs, adding to its already solid pre-recession employment experience, by January 2016. In view of the fact that the state’s unemployment rate has consistently been less than in the country as a whole – in April, it was 4.4 percent in Texas whereas the rest of the country saw a 5-percent unemployment rate, cumulatively- consumer confidence has been admirably resilient and high. May’s Texas Consumer Confidence Index (CCI), which determines economic optimism, according to savings and spending characteristics, was 117.6. At the same time, the U.S. CCI constituted the overall rating of 92.6. The robust Texas economy – boosted by additional $5 billion in tax reduction over the course of recent years – had a positive effect on the housing industry. The year-over-year price of houses has featured a 5.9-percent growth, whereas single-family building permits increased by 6 percent in number.

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