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Marcus Hiles – Western Rim’s Owner Accommodates Tenants’ Pets

Marcus Hiles – Western Rim’s Owner Accommodates Tenants’ Pets

Marcus Hiles – Western Rim’s Owner Accommodates Tenants’ Pets

 

In a Jan. 22, 2016 New York Times report, journalist Jane Margolies discussed the evolution of animal-oriented features from sporadic early appearances in 2000 to prominent installations in 2016, noting, “When “pet spas” were introduced in high-end residential buildings a decade or so ago, they might have seemed like another flash-in-the-pan perk. But they’ve not only hung on like a dog with a bone, they’ve also evolved.” Spas, fitness centers, bone-shaped pools, visiting vets, and groomers used by haute couture designers dominate the day. A Los Angeles Times article from Aug. 8, 2014 showcases the ultimate luxury, with pet owners giving their charges a dedicated space of their own, often even equipped with an en suite bath. A particularly proud pet suite aficionado reasoned, “She’s a part of the family. Everybody else has a room — so does she.” The designation of a reserved area specifically for the toys, leashes, grooming equipment, and other accessories needed for healthy, happy, pets ensures the rest of the home is clean and organized.

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Natural Landscaping Becoming Common, Notes Marcus Hiles

Natural Landscaping Becoming Common, Notes Marcus Hiles

Natural Landscaping Becoming Common, Notes Marcus Hiles

Marcus Hiles points out that some of the more common native plants found in natural landscaping throughout Texas include Salvia Farinacea (“Henry Duelberg”), which produces beautiful purplish-blue flower spikes; “Texas Gold” columbine which is very rare in the wild and sports buttercup-yellow flowers with long, fernlike foliage; and lacey oak, a smaller tree that can grow to 25-35 feet tall, making it a lovely shade tree that is highly tolerant of diverse climates.

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Dallas Real Estate Developer Marcus Hiles Discusses Modern Changes in Architectural Design Trends

Dallas Real Estate Developer Marcus Hiles Discusses Modern Changes in Architectural Design Trends

Dallas Real Estate Developer Marcus Hiles Discusses Modern Changes in Architectural Design Trends

Marcus Hiles, the CEO of the largest provider of affordable luxury housing in Texas, Western Rim Property Services, discusses the rise in prominence of gourmet cooking, and the resulting effects on kitchens. Kitchens are now often the largest room in the home, and commonly equipped with restaurant grade appliances along with ornate designs. The room has taken over as a central gathering area of friends, family, and loved ones.

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Renting over Owning, Marcus Hiles and His View On the Future of the House Market

Renting over Owning, Marcus Hiles and His View On the Future of the House Market

Renting over Owning, Marcus Hiles and His View On the Future of the House Market

There has been a change of culture in the last 2 decades, the new population now find more attractive the idea of renting a house of a short period of time. “The thought of settling down in the same spot for more than 10 years – or for the length of a really long mortgage – doesn’t hold the same appeal as it did a couple generations ago.” Debunking the myth that homeowners have an advantage when it comes to obtaining Financial Freedom, Chief and Head of Western Rim Property Services points to recent studies that demonstrate that renters come out on top. “Citizens who rent their homes spend even more time engaging in leisure activities and interacting with their community,” he adds.
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Marcus Hiles Says Renters Should Move Out Of City

Marcus Hiles Says Renters Should Move Out Of City

Marcus Hiles Says Renters Should Move Out Of City

Western Rim’s Marcus Hiles offers advice for renters in search of properties. He urges them to pay attention to the amenities that will upgrade their daily lives. “Families should focus on areas with top-notch school districts, while golfers can seek out developments near championship courses,” he says. Hiles believes that all Dallas residents should seek out communities with easy access to bucolic beauty, such as greenbelts, parks, and preserves. Most importantly, prospective tenants should not be stuck looking within Dallas’ city limits, but should look to areas with lower population density.

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Hiles Lowers Utility Bills With Added Tree Canopy

Hiles Lowers Utility Bills With Added Tree Canopy

Hiles Lowers Utility Bills With Added Tree Canopy

Increasing Dallas’ tree canopy is part of Marcus Hiles’ goal to develop sustainable communities throughout the region. Hiles plants more than 2,500 trees every year, and each of his communities is surrounded by parks, trails, and common green recreation areas. These spaces generate oxygen and removing toxins from the air, which he considers a huge benefit above and beyond the view. Additionally, high efficiency heating and cooling units are optimized by the added trees, reducing costs to the tenants, and furthering their conservation expectations.

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Marcus HIles Points To Venture Capital As Strong Economic Indicator

Marcus HIles Points To Venture Capital As Strong Economic Indicator

Marcus HIles Points To Venture Capital As Strong Economic Indicator

The United States exceeded $166 billion in capital investments during 2015, an increase of ten percent from the year before. Nearly a third of the proceeds came from the state of Texas, where Dallas based real estate investor Marcus Hiles believes they have not only displayed the potential for sustained long-term economic growth, but have also become vital to the success of the American economy. Hiles, the Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Properties, has spent over three decades studying market tendencies in order to make profitable, strategic property acquisitions.

Read more: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/marcus-hiles-responds-texas-role-093000253.html

Marcus Hiles Discusses Demand For Sustainable Outdoor Spaces

Marcus Hiles Discusses Demand For Sustainable Outdoor Spaces

Marcus Hiles Discusses Demand For Sustainable Outdoor Spaces

Architectural trends are extending outside the home, with a desire for low maintenance and high style incoporated into the design at peak levels. Marcus Hiles has seen the demand for sustainable, cost-reducing open-air spaces rise in recent years. Rainwater/graywater harvesting and permeable pavement are popular systems being put into place at increasing levels. Utilizing a rooftop collection system, rainwater harvesting redirects moisture that falls onto the roof to a well, where it is then treated and repurposed on-site. Graywater repurposes previously used domestic wastewater to toilets and other non-drinking purposes, lessening the need for fresh water and sterilization. Another seemingly new idea for environmentally minded construction, permeable paving, actually originated thousands of years ago when people first made roads by putting stones in beds over the ground. The design allows the rain to pass through small openings between four layers of filtration (paving material, gravel, fabric, sand) and then be absorbed by the earth below. Benefits include lowering runoff and pollution, controlling the flow of storm water to gutters and drains, maintaining local groundwater supplies, and providing a skid resistant surface for walkways, patios and driveways. Many attractive permeable pavement patterns often incorporate crushed stone, brick, and recycled concrete.

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Marcus Hiles Promotes Water Conservation

Marcus Hiles Promotes Water Conservation

Marcus Hiles Promotes Water Conservation

Water, particularly heated water, remains a significant source of emissions in most first-world countries, with over ten gallons used per person per day. Taking shorter showers with slightly cooler water, fewer baths, and turning off the sink faucet when brushing or shaving can make a significant difference in an individual’s water consumption. Marcus Hiles notes that by installing low flow showerheads and toilets, a serious impact can be made.

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Marcus Hiles Uses Cellulose Insulation For Optimum Noise Reduction

Marcus Hiles Uses Cellulose Insulation For Optimum Noise Reduction

Marcus Hiles Uses Cellulose Insulation For Optimum Noise Reduction

Among the greatest luxuries of modern living is a sense of privacy. Marcus Hiles’ Western Rim Property Services offers residents in each of their apartments, homes, and townhomes the solace of a quiet living environment. Among the numerous high-end amenity offered within the Hiles communities, one of the most desirable amenity cannot be seen out in the open, but its effects are unmistakable: the peace and quiet of a home fitted with full depth cellulose sound insulation.

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