Living an active and a healthy life is becoming more and more important nowadays. However, many real estate investors and developers don’t care much about the environment. They are rather interested in profit and build whole communities without recreational spots, parks etc. On the other hand, things aren’t so bad because there are still people like Marcus Hiles who donated 59 acres of land for community parks in order to create a healthier environment and encourage people to change their lifestyle and become more active and stay in good shape. Find out more on http://www.marketwatch.com/story/marcus-hiles—-western-rim—-proudly-donates-59-acres-of-land-for-community-parks-2016-05-09
The historic agreement from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC) to stabilize the market by reducing crude production for the first time in eight years happened two months ago, and per-barrel prices have almost doubled after tumbling to a low of $26 in February of last year. In the Houston area, the heart of the U.S. oil industry, this agreement has accelerated the industry’s recovery from a two-year lag and kickstarted local economies. Marcus Hiles, Texas real estate developer and CEO of Western Rim Property Services, the state’s largest affordable luxury property firm, predicts that as Houston’s energy companies continue to hire and grow in coming months, communities throughout the region will benefit from higher employment rates and corresponding wage increases.
Short of two months after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC) historic agreement to stabilize the market by slowing crude production for the first time in eight years, per-barrel cost has nearly doubled after slipping to a rate of $26 in February of the prior year. In Greater Houston, the capital of U.S. oil production, the agreement has sped up the sector’s recovery from a two-year downturn while spurring regional economies. Texas real estate expert and CEO of Western Rim Property Services Marcus Hiles, the state’s preeminent affordable luxury property developer, expects that as Houston’s energy companies are able to hire and grow in 2017, the metro region will see rising employment rates corresponding into wage increases.