There is an increasing number of renters in the U.S., which is about 500,000 every year. Texas property developer Marcus Hiles is aware of the rising need for deluxe rentals before it happened, which is why people in the Lone Star State can avail several high quality homes from his Estates brand. “Renters go for luxury living that has low prices,” says the head of Western Rim Property Services. “Renting singles, couples, and families would love the signature amenities located at our five Estates communities. One of the offers of The Estates 3Eighty located in Aubrey is one- to four-bedroom apartment floor plans that come with expansive living areas and windows, elevated ceilings, and snazzy granite countertops. There are plenty of places that residents can go such as the iMacs or PCs in the business centers, Starbucks Wi-Fi cafe, and the private off-leash dog park. Marcus Hiles aimed to make the best of both worlds, which can be reflected at the closeness of vigorous nightlife and a developing arts community to the great lakeside escape.”
Marcus Hiles is a Texas-based real estate investor and developer as well as the CEO of Western Rim Property Services. He is one of the premier people who supported all policies Texas government has employed to recover from the recession which hit the whole world. Today, the growth of Texas shows that Hiles and the Texas main legislature officials have been absolutely right. Texas even outpaces the US economy in recovering from the recession which brings a lot of trust among the consumers. You can find out more about this topic if you follow this link: http://markets.ask.com/ask/news/read/32357697
As one of the most prominent persons in Dallas property development, Marcus Hiles points out the reports about the increasing Texas home sales during the first quarter of 2016. The Texas Association of Realtors’ delivery of the release, which is based on the statistics taken from the Data Relevance Project, provided residential construction entrepreneurs, buyers, and sellers knowledge of many key market indicators. It was discovered that there were (7.8%) more residences purchased in the state for Q1 2016 compared to last year’s first quarter.
Marcus Hiles remarks that the prominent similarity between Dallas, New York and Los Angeles is that all of them have observed a rising trend in renters; even though initially it might appear that the only similarity they possess is that all three feature in the list of top ten largest towns in the U.S. The rise of renters is seen across the whole nation, with renters likely to increase to half of a million steadily till 2023. Even in Dallas, more than half, i.e. 55.9% of the residents are renters. Although tenants may have to bear higher annual costs than homeowners, the amount of money owners need to pay on maintenance and utilities is much higher.
Western Rim’s eco-friendly programs deliver natural resources to both the residents and native wildlife of the communities they serve with lasting results. The trees can remove roughly 75 tons of carbon dioxide annually, while generating enough oxygen to sustain more than 6,000 people, notes Marcus Hiles. After growing for ten years, the trees deliver an annual reduction of 600 tons of carbon dioxide while creating oxygen for 50,000 residents.
Everything is bigger in Texas, and the market for elegant living is no exception. Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services Marcus Hiles says that virtually all new rental properties constructed in the state are upscale, generating unprecedented opportunities for prospective tenants to enjoy a luxurious lifestyle. “An increasing number of singles, families, empty nesters, and retirees are finding contentment through renting,” Hiles notes. “Across the U.S. the number of renters is anticipated to grow by a half million each year through 2023.”