FORT WORTH, TX--(Marketwired - September 07, 2016) - After more than three decades constructing lavish homes, Marcus Hiles Fort Worth entrepreneur has established and refined a winning plan for attracting residents and keeping them satisfied. Driven by a unique vision of offering luxury townhomes and apartments to working class Texans, Hiles founded Western Rim Property Services to provide renters with a desirable, exclusive lifestyle -- and at an exceptional value. Since 1990, when he first saw an opportunity to improve the Dallas housing market by fulfilling an overlooked demand for upmarket rentals, he has been firmly dedicated to his mission: build communities with signature conveniences, chic interiors and prime locations in top-rated school districts with breathtaking views and a proximity to world-class dining, shopping and entertainment.
Marcus Hiles Fort Worth based company only chooses the very best areas to develop near major urban centers, with its flagship properties situated in scenic expanses throughout Dallas, Austin, New Braunfels, Houston, and San Antonio. All of the Mansions, Towers, Estates, and Grand Estates brand residences feature hotel-style amenities and contemporary design, yet are priced at nearly half of what similarly sized inner city apartments with lesser comforts deliver. The communities' impressive shared spaces consist of spacious clubhouses, state-of-the-art, 24-hour fitness centers, meeting rooms and cafés with Wi-Fi, and patios boasting gourmet summer kitchens and fireplace lounges. Tenants enjoy infinity edge swimming pools surrounded by tanning decks and elegant cabanas that create a resort-like atmosphere. Other upscale conveniences that highlight the natural landscape of the grounds include professional-level golf courses, jogging trails, dog runs and on-site parks.
Western Rim's high-end housing has a reputation for its charming and tasteful interiors. Distinctive details are noticeable upon arrival: high-ceiling foyers with rich wood flooring lead to kitchens with designer cabinets, porcelain tile backsplashes and ENERGY STAR-certified stainless steel Whirlpool® appliances. Baths are outfitted with jetted Jacuzzi® garden tubs and stand-up showers come equipped with rainwater showerheads and chrome fixtures. The cutting edge appliances and environmentally minded building choices follow Marcus Hiles Fort Worth developer goal of utilizing the most eco-friendly options available. Attics are layered with reflective TechShield® radiant barrier sheathing panels that redirect solar warmth and lower utility costs. Recycled full depth cellulose sound insulation lessens power consumption, and the innovative, fire retardant material assists with noise reduction between rooms, mitigating intrusive sounds from entering the home. Hiles properties also feel as good as they sound: optimal temperatures are maintained by advanced programmable HVAC systems, which use substantially less energy than standard thermostats. Tight seals around extra-tall, double-pane, argon gas-layered windows reduce heat loss in colder months by as much as 75 percent and limit cooling requirements during summer.
Marcus Hiles is a renowned real estate authority and philanthropist whose ongoing commitment to the environment has changed the landscape of the Lone Star state. Having donated more than 59 acres of parkland to protect native wildlife and preserve open green spaces for public use, he has undertaken ambitious initiatives to grow the canopy of shade trees. Through Western Rim, Hiles has added 30,000 trees during the last 10 years of property development, and has prioritized the planting 2,500 annually as part of the company's long-term objectives.
Marcus Hiles Fort Worth Property Investor: http://marcushilesfortworth-news.com
Marcus Hiles Fort Worth Real Estate Entrepreneur Offers Valuable Advice For Renters: http://www.cbs58.com/story/33019863/marcus-hiles-fort-worth-real-estate-entrepreneur-offers-valuable-advice-for-renters
Marcus Hiles Fort Worth Developer Continually Plants Over 2,500 Trees Annually: http://www.ktbs.com/story/32405175/marcus-hiles-fort-worth-developer-continually-plants-over-2500-trees-annually
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