Marcus Hiles’ Western Rim has produced breathtaking communities in the northern suburban areas of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex that have actually provided house seekers plenty of high-class choices. Found in locations that make full use of Texas’s fascinating countryside, the Estates, Towers and also Mansions brand properties are all close to midtown Dallas, giving the very best of both city and rural life. Developed with the thought of supplying easy comfort, the Estates 3Eighty in Aubrey contains its own park, walking path and also pet-friendly, off-leash pet run. All the one- to four- bedroom homes have exterior living spaces and also secure parking. Residents delight in access to a resort-style pool, advanced gym as well as exclusive instructor. For the ultimate ease, there’s even a Starbucks café located on the residential property.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency started a voluntary labeling program called ENERGY STAR which helps save the environment and saves your money at the same time. Marcus Hiles supports this initiative and suggests that everyone should buy appliances with ENERGY STAR’s label on them. This way you save money while using products and appliances which keep the environment safe as well. Almost half of your energy bill will be saved if you use only ENERGY STAR labeled products instead of regular ten year old appliances. More on this topic here: http://markets.ask.com/ask/news/read/32321845
Marcus Hiles believes that every child has a right to be educated regardless of their financial status or level of privilege. His deep commitment to education gave him an idea to locate properties developed by Western Rim near schools, which would ensure access to education for both children and their parents. Having recognized the unmet demand for affordable luxury homes appointed with state-of-the-art amenities, Hiles launched Western Rim Properties in 1990. Today, his companies manage and own over 15,000 upmarket residential rental town homes and apartments. More on: http://media.mwnewsroom.com/Dallas-Morning-News/-2057891
The Grand Estates in the Forest, situated north of Houston in Conroe, epitomizes the crème de la crème in rental living, with lush green spaces that adjoin the W.G. Jones State Forest, nearby golf courses, and verdant parks. “Residents appreciate the availability of a gourmet summer kitchen featuring farm fresh produce, as well as an expert personal trainer available to guide them to fitness,” states Marcus Hiles. Nearby in Magnolia, The Estates Woodland offers tenants lavishly appointed apartments with oversized covered balconies and spacious walk-in pantries. Families enjoy the vast on-site central park and children’s activity area, while other residents appreciate the extensive network of trails for jogging or walking. San Antonio’s The Estates at Briggs Ranch attracts community members with a keen attention to detail, as apartments feature pendant lighting, crown molding, and garden tubs. Offering golf privileges and breathtaking golf course views, Briggs Ranch is also appealing to golfers of all skill levels.
What is driving the preference for renting over owning? Marcus Hiles notes that, in Texas and around the country, people enjoy the flexibility that accompanies the rental lifestyle. “We’re a mobile population,” he demonstrates. “The idea of settling in one place for a decade – or for the length of a 30-year mortgage – doesn’t hold the same appeal as it did a generation or two ago.” Debunking the idea that owners have an edge in personal fulfillment, Hiles points to research explaining that renters come out on top. He adds, “People who rent actually spend more time engaging in leisure activities and interacting with their friends and neighbors.”