Fort Worth Luxury Renter, Marcus Hiles, CEO and Head of Western Rim based in the Texan city just gave his thoughts to reports regarding an upswing in Texas renting market during the year’s first 4 months. Marcus Hiles saw it coming and prepared for this, the reason why his own brand delivers exclusive houses to those in the Lone Star State. “Investors are excited to embrace fancy and luxurious living at affordable rates,” says Hiles. “Our 5 Estates communities offer signature services designed to appeal to any Texan citizen, such as singles, married and retirees who have chosen the rental lifestyle.” “Our main achievement was to create the best of the best,” Hiles states, “an exclusive lakeside escape that’s a stone’s throw away from vibrant nightlife and a thriving arts community.”
At first glance, there isn’t much in common between Dallas and New York or Los Angeles, beyond ranking among the ten largest cities in the country. Yet, Texas real estate developer Marcus Hiles notes, “When you dig a little deeper, it turns out that all three locales have more renters than homeowners.” 55.9 percent of Dallas households currently live in rental housing. Around the country, citizens are increasingly choosing tenancy over home ownership, and the population of tenants is expected to grow by at least a half million each year through 2023. Contrary to common wisdom, homeowners’ housing expenditures far exceed that paid by renters. While the annual cost of rent may outpace total mortgage costs for the year, buyers are saddled with maintenance expenses and higher utility payments – making the rental lifestyle more appealing to many.
On numerous occasions, Activist and known Philanthropist Marcus Hiles has stated that there’s an increasing number of individuals from all across the country coming to Texas with the goal of obtaining financial freedom through renting their new properties. The Head of Western Rim Property Services has seen that virtually all new rental properties are escalating quickly, representing a never seen before opportunity for new investors and renters to come and live the rest of their life in luxury thanks to renting. Numbers are expected to grow every year.
Western Rim’s planting initiatives offer natural resources to both the residents and indigenous wildlife in the area, with essential health benefits. Their annual plantings are removing up to 75 tons of carbon dioxide per year, while generating oxygen that can sustain over 6,000 people. Within a decade, the same trees may be producing 600 tons of carbon dioxide reduction annually, while creating oxygen for 50,000 people who live and play in the area.
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Minimizing Western Rim Property Services carbon footprint is considered in every business decision that CEO Marcus Hiles makes. By furthering the company’s tree planting initiative, the expert real estate developer believes a significant impact can be made, “Trees and vegetation play a key role in every Western Rim development. We give our renters the lowest housing density with the greatest amount of green spaces.” Through this sound strategy, air quality is improved, greenhouse gas emissions are lowered, pollutants are filtered from storm water, and overall noise in each neighborhood is reduced.