Marcus Hiles Reshapes Rental Market

Millennials looking for “The Best Place in the City” for their new apartment can turn to Marcus Hiles. Along with his company Western Rim Property Services, Hiles specializes in affordable luxury complexes located across the state of Texas. Always offering a high quality of life and signature amenities, Hiles has made it easier than ever to enjoy the apartment lifestyle. Eco-friendly settings and upmarket features allow renters to look beyond the standard for long-term unit housing.

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Marcus Hiles Shaves Energy Costs With Updated Air Conditioning

Marcus Hiles has one last tip for homebuyers and renters.  He suggests that you look for properties that have newer air conditioner units that have a seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) that is 16 or above.  The Department of Energy only requires new units to be rated between 13 and 14, but as Hiles points out, the bigger the number the better the savings.  When compared to a unit that is 15 years old and rated at 10, the newer units can cut air conditioning costs as much as 60 percent.  He equips his properties with new air conditioning units that deliver savings of more than $424,000 every year.  He also points out that over five years that will be more than $6 million saved and carbon emissions lowered by 327,000 tons.

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Marcus Hiles On Donating Acres of Land For Community Parks

Marcus Hiles is a famous real estate developer and being the CEO of Western Rim Property Services, he is able to provide high-end apartments and townhomes with great amenities at affordable prices. What makes Marcus Hiles special is that he cares about the environment as well and he donates and contributes to the environment in many different ways. For example, he has recently donated 59 acres of land for community parks. Regular workers don’t have the opportunity to follow this set example but we should all make a collective effort and look up to Mr. Hiles’ efforts and make our community a better place to live. More on: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/marcus-hiles—-western-rim—-proudly-donates-59-acres-of-land-for-community-parks-2016-05-09

Marcus Hiles On Why Houston Will Have Record-Shattering 2017

Within two months of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC) historic agreement to stabilize the market by cutting crude oil production for the first time in the past eight years, Marcus Hiles notes that per-barrel cost has nearly doubled after slipping to a low of $26 in February of the previous year. In Greater Houston, the center of U.S. oil production, the deal has boosted the industry’s recovery from a two-year downturn and spurred regional marekts. Texas real estate expert and CEO of Western Rim Property Services Marcus Hiles, the state’s largest affordable upmarket property developer, expects that as Houston’s energy companies continue to hire and grow throughout 2017, areas throughout the metro region will see higher employment rates and corresponding wage increases.

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Marcus Hiles Creating Eco-Friendly High-End Apartments In Texas

Marcus Hiles remains ahead of the curve, using his intuition to satisfy renter’s demand for greener lifestyles and healthier environments among apartment renters through his companies under the Western Rim Properties umbrella. Crafting neighborhoods, not projects, and forging important bonds between staff, residents, and communities through mentorship, work ethic, and philanthropic activities, Hiles has grown as a lifestyle influencer in the multifamily housing market. Over 15,000 upscale residential properties sit under his management throughout the state of Texas, and Hiles continues to progress the industry, acting on opportunity to create desirable, attainable high-end developments in accordance with green standards.

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Accepting Communities Part Of Marcus Hiles’ Success

Since the 1960s, master planned commercial developments have been a prominent force in the residential sector, with Texas at the forefront of this trend. Established in 1973, Las Colinas was one of the first such developments and is still experiencing growth today. In 2006, citizens approved changes to deed restrictions to allow an even greater density of mixed use urban construction. The Woodlands was built in the 1970s and still stands as one of the most prominent residential and business destinations in the Houston area. The success of Marcus Hiles’ business stems from the precedents these great communities uphold. Western Rim’s developments showcase resort style amenities so that their tenants never have to leave the property, if they so choose, and are built on carefully selected plots featuring beautiful natural landscapes and easy access to Texas’ many attractions. Each property has unique planned events and social activities promoting a healthy, active lifestyle and fostering accepting, neighboring environments.

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Marcus Hiles Gives Advice To Renters In Texas

Marcus Hiles gives renters looking to sign a lease a few hints that may impact the cost of rent. As reported in a Forbes article on how to negotiate rental prices, researching the neighborhood, the landlord, and what other tenants are paying — either in the same building or community – are all factors in obtaining lower rental rates. Renters also should learn about how to negotiate prices. Although openly asking for a lower rental price may not be the best strategy, landlords do not always shy away from negotiating. “Negotiation points for me as a landlord and property manager are length of lease and credit,” explains co-founder of SparkRental.com Denise Supplee, a full-service rental automation firm. Another option is to offer to sign a long-term lease, explains Hiles, because landlords like the idea of being able to minimize turnover rates while still meeting their profit quotas.

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Marcus Hiles Notes Pet Amenities Rising Across United States

Marcus Hiles Notes Pet Amenities Rising Across United States
Marcus Hiles Notes Pet Amenities Rising Across United States

In a Jan. 22, 2016 New York Times article, Jane Margolies discussed the evolution of animal-oriented amenities from their sporadic early appearances in 2000 to prolific features in 2016, noting, “When “pet spas” were introduced in high-end residential buildings a decade or so ago, they might have seemed like another flash-in-the-pan perk. But they’ve not only hung on like a dog with a bone, they’ve also evolved.” Dog parks, bone-shaped pools, visiting vets, and groomers used by haute couture designers drive the market. A Los Angeles Times article from Aug. 8, 2014 highlights the ultimate trend, with pet parents giving their charges a special space of their own, often even equipped with an en suite bath. Marcus Hiles notes one proud pet suite aficionado, who reasoned, “She’s a part of the family. Everybody else has a room — so does she.” The reserving of a private suite for the toys, leashes, grooming equipment, and other accessories needed for healthy, happy, animals keeps the rest of the home clean and organized.

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Marcus Hiles Points To Plants Most Frequently Used In Natural Landscaping

Marcus Hiles Points To Plants Most Frequently Used In Natural Landscaping
Marcus Hiles Points To Plants Most Frequently Used In Natural Landscaping

A few of the more popular native plants in Texas natural landscaping are the Salvia Farinacea (“Henry Duelberg”), which produces gorgeous purplish-blue flower barbs; “Texas Gold” columbine, which is very rare in the wild and sports buttercup-yellow blossoms with long, fernlike foliage; and lacey oak, a smaller tree that grows to 25-35 feet in height and is a lovely shade tree that is highly tolerant of diverse environments, notes Marcus Hiles.

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