One of the greatest luxuries of modern rental living is a sense of privacy. Marcus Hiles understands this, and in all of the desirable rental homes, townhomes, and apartments developed by Western Rim Property Services, residents enjoy the serenity of a quiet living environment. Among the multitude of high-end conveniences offered at each Hiles communities, one of the most sought-after amenities cannot be seen out in the open. Yet, its effects are unmistakable: the peace and relaxation born of a home treated with full depth cellulose sound insulation.
Marcus Hiles’ Estates communities offer more than a place to live. They are gated and deliver urban-style all-elevator access to every unit, along with well-kept outdoor and community spaces. Each boasts a resort-style swimming pool and tanning deck, on-demand concierge service, and high-tech fitness center. The brand’s richly appointed apartments and townhomes combine with resort-style amenities to beckon a wide swath of Millennials, young families, empty nesters, and retirees who are choosing a long-term rental lifestyle over home ownership. “Our tenants appreciate the exclusivity that the Estates brand provides as well as the flexibility that goes hand in hand with renting,” Hiles expalins. “Our mission is to continue to deliver luxurious retreats that our residents can call home.”
The bigger the state, the bigger the renting market. Luxurious living is the new trend in the state of Texas. Dallas Luxury Renter and Chairman of Western Rim Property Services, Marcus Hiles, shares this thought due to his knowledge on macroeconomic growth, according to him, the rental business is increasing by half million new individuals every year and is expected to remain that way each year through 2023, this is closely related to the peace of mind this never seen before chance has created lately. This meaning that an increased number of people, including parents, singles, retirees, among others.
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Having successfully planted a total of 30,000 trees in the last 10 years, Hiles notes that the annual planting goal of 2,500 trees is part of Western Rim’s long-term objectives. “We have seen firsthand the impact our efforts have had, both aesthetically and environmentally,” he points out. “These initiatives are just the beginning. We purposely plant and donate parklands beyond any government development regulation because we know that our labor today will benefit the ecosystem for future decades. My goal is to continue increasing the tree canopy in all of our neighborhoods as well as create municipal parks, jogging trails, and reserves. Our commitment to proven ecological solutions grants our renters the optimal quality of life in a thriving community.”
Texas is thriving economically if recent calculations of the state’s gross domestic product (GDP) are any indication. If the Lone Star state were a country, the GDP would be the world’s twelfth highest. Marcus Hiles, a real estate investor and developer in the Dallas area, credits the strong economy to curbed spending growth and minimal government regulation of business. “Over the past decade, our leaders have created an environment for businesses and residents to thrive,” he notes. “We have no corporate or personal income tax, and during each session, our Legislature curbs spending growth.” To see similar success, Hiles says other states should follow Texas’ lead.