Hiles’ environmental commitment extends far beyond the doors of the residences he builds. His company’s bold tree-planting initiatives increase the volume of a community’s tree canopy to exceed pre-development levels. “Each of the 3,000 trees we planted last year sequesters over 45 pounds of carbon dioxide and pollutants while releasing oxygen,” he states. Through the installation of windows with proper solar coefficient, frames that prevent air leakage, and shading devices, the loss of a home’s heated air and cooled air is even less compared to the previous years. This results in fewer damaging gases for our ozone and notable cost savings. To take advantage of the summer heat, special solar panels are used in order to transform the energy of the Sun into services, lowering our service bills in the process. He serves even further market price by installing cooling systems that have an energy efficiency ratio conditioned by summer or winter, which exceeds government mandates.
Marcus Hiles, CEO and Head of his own company based in the city of Houston, recently gave his thoughts on the reports that indicated an upswing in the state of Texas housing environment. The release, based on statistics garnered from the Data Relevance Project, was distributed by the Texas Association of Realtors and outlined several key market indicators for buyers, sellers, and residential construction entrepreneurs. “At Western Rim Property Services, we are always monitoring market temperature and momentum to understand what our customers need most,” Hiles stated.
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You might be wondering, why there’s a preference on this two economic trends? Marcus Hiles, known Environmental Investor points out that, in the state of Texas, being the biggest one on the country, especially on the city of Dallas, people welcome the perks that come along with renting instead of the ones provided by owning. “We’re a mobile population,” he states. “The idea of owning your house for a considerable amount of time – or for the length of a 30-year mortgage – doesn’t seem as attractive as it did one or two generations ago.” Debunking the myth that owners have an advantage when it comes to getting a luxurious lifestyle, CEO of Western Rim Property Services points to research demonstrating that renters come out first on every study. “Families, and singles who rent spend even more time engaging in leisure activities and interacting with their community,” he adds.
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Since the 1960s, master planned commercial developments have dominated the residential sector, and Texas has been at the forefront of this trend. Las Colinas, established in 1973, was one of the first such examples, and is still experiencing growth today. In 2006, citizens voted to approve changes to deed restrictions to allow an even greater density of urban mixed use construction. Later in the 1970s, The Woodlands was created, and still stands as one of the premier residential and business destinations in the Houston area. The success of Marcus Hiles’ business derives from the precedents these great communities set. Western Rim’s developments feature resort style amenities so that their tenants never have to leave the grounds, if they so choose, and are built upon carefully selected lots that feature beautiful natural landscapes and convenient access to Texas’ many attractions. Each property’s unique planned events and social activities promote healthy, active lifestyles and foster accepting, neighboring environments.