Hiles Offers Advice For Finding Better Apartment Living

Hiles Offers Advice For Finding Better Apartment Living
Hiles Offers Advice For Finding Better Apartment Living

Western Rim Property Services Chairman and CEO Marcus Hiles urges Dallas tenants to get the most value out of their rental dollars by locating communities that offer resort-like amenities. “There’s no need to feel suffocated in a boxy apartment complex when you can thrive in surroundings that reflect the lifestyle you envision,” he says. Hiles encourages area renters to identify services and facilities that match their interests. Animal owners can discover properties featuring a private off-leash dog park, numerous waste stations, and nearby pet-sitting services, vets, and dog groomers. “Families with children should find developments located in superior school districts, and that provide on-property parks, playgrounds, and activity areas,” Hiles explains. Similarly, frequent golfers could move into communities with nearby course privileges and stunning golf course views from their balcony, while fitness buffs might prefer properties with state-of-the-art fitness centers, ready access to personal trainers, and nature trails.

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CEO Marcus Hiles Provides Tricks To Reduce Utility Bills

CEO Marcus Hiles Provides Tricks To Reduce Utility Bills
CEO Marcus Hiles Provides Tricks To Reduce Utility Bills

Marcus Hiles, as the CEO & Founder of Western Rim Property Services, strongly encourages renters and homeowners to use ENERGY STAR rated appliances. Founded in 1992, the US EPA’s voluntary ENERGY STAR labeling initiative has become an influential factor in purchasing decisions. Over 320 million energy efficient products are purchased each year, saving users $31 billion in utility bills.

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Marcus Hiles Encourages the Nation to Adopt Texas Pro-Growth Initiatives

Marcus Hiles Encourages the Nation to Adopt Texas Pro-Growth Initiatives
Marcus Hiles Encourages the Nation to Adopt Texas Pro-Growth Initiatives

Paying attention to the number of new businesses becoming established in Texas, Marcus Hiles is a real estate developer interested in the states growth strategies. External investors are entering Texas and have hired over a half million workers. The results are surprising with both productivity and exports experiencing growth. In 2015, exported goods came to $251 billion, which is a 93 percent increase over the previous ten years. Texas mainly exports to Mexico, with some products going to Canada, China, Korea, and Brazil. Hiles explains that, in states like California, that lost over 1,500 companies in an eight-year period, Texas’ pro-growth policies prime it to usher in more business, greater numbers of jobs, and increased exports in the years to come.

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Marcus Hiles ‘Honored’ To Add Land To Texas Green Spaces

Marcus Hiles ‘Honored’ To Add Land To Texas Green Spaces
Marcus Hiles ‘Honored’ To Add Land To Texas Green Spaces

Marcus Hiles, a prominent developer of residential communities in the Dallas area, is honored to donate land for community parks and eco-friendly green spaces. With the growth of the city, parks and natural areas for residents to unwind in the confines of nature are absolutely essential. Hiles has seen first hand how a healthy lifestyle helps the neighborhoods thrive and thus makes a point for his company to act in accordance. He strives to keep issues such as sustainability and environmental stewardship top-of-mind is important during the development process. The ability to enjoy natural settings is essential and helps families, couples, and individuals feel relaxed and comfortable in their place of residence. Hiles recognizes that these spots can only thrive through the dedication of people and businesses, and is proud to dedicate land for such an essential cause.

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