Marcus Hiles’ and his company Western Rim have been making urban districts greener leading to a marked difference in the level of natural assets. For example, their yearly tree planting exercises may help the lessening of 75 tons of carbon dioxide, while making oxygen that is sufficient for 6,000 individuals. Further, these planted trees will cause an annual reduction of 600 tons of carbon dioxide in the coming decade. Similarly, they will provide oxygen enough for 50,000 tenants.

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Marcus Hiles Single-Handedly Transforms Texas Real Estate

Marcus Hiles Single-Handedly Transforms Texas Real Estate

Marcus Hiles’ Dallas-based company’s success is a result of their single-handed transformation of real estate statewide – Western Rim has raised the state’s standard of living. “We consistently secure premiere land near the highest-rated schools,” Hiles explained, “and offer very competitive price point for our exceptional signature homes.” Beyond seeking out top-notch areas within the best school districts, young professionals and families are drawn to the signature comforts provided by the communities themselves. Boasting spacious, welcoming clubrooms with HDTVs, Blu-Ray video systems and high-speed Wi-Fi alongside fully equipped, 24-hour fitness centers, the neighborhoods ensure five-star hotel-level services and attention. Other extraordinary amenities include infinity-edge swimming pools, poolside cabanas, top-of-the-line indoor tanning facilities and child-oriented splash parks. Covered gourmet kitchens and grilling areas are included in property design, with inviting fireplace lounges inviting cozy evenings outdoors with friends and neighbors.

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While Housing Inventory Down, Marcus Hiles Brings Solution To The Table

While Housing Inventory Down, Marcus Hiles Brings Solution To The Table

Western Rim Property Services CEO Marcus Hiles notes that the Association’s article also identifies that while residential sales have steadily increased, the actual housing inventory and active listings have drastically decreased in the first quarter of 2016 when compared to Q1 2015. The report finds that listings decreased 11.9%, and that active first quarter listings spent an average of only 64 days on the market. This is down three days from the same time period in 2015.

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