Everything is bigger in the state of Texas, even the number of home renters out there, which has increased half a million per year, with no signs of stopping. Housing Market Specialist Marcus Hiles saw it coming, which is why his personal brand delivers elite properties to those in the said state. “Renters are eager to embrace chic urban living at cheap prices,” adds Hiles, the Head of Western Rim. “Our five Estates communities offer signature amenities designed to appeal to every single kind of citizen who have chosen the rental lifestyle.” Located north of Dallas in Aubrey, The Estates 3Eighty offers one- to four-bedroom apartment floor plans that feature perfect gardens, top notch doors, chic and modern decorations, and expansive living areas. Residents can be found at the dedicated Starbucks Wi-Fi café, in the private off-leash dog park, or working at one of the iMacs or PCs in the business center.
Dallas isn’t known for its commonalities with New York and Los Angeles, beyond ranking among the ten largest cities in the U.S. Yet, Texas real estate developer Marcus Hiles points out, “When you dig a little deeper, it turns out that all three locales have more renters than homeowners.” In fact, 55.9 percent of Dallas households live in rental communities. Across the U.S. Americans are increasingly choosing to rent instead of home ownership, with the population of renters expected to grow by at least 500,000 each year through 2023. Contrary to common wisdom, homeowners’ housing expenditures far exceed that paid by renters. The annual cost of rent payments may outpace total mortgage payments for the year, but buyers are saddled with maintenance expenses and higher utility payments – making the rental lifestyle even more appealing.
On the Lone Star State, the number of residents in major cities like Dallas and Fort Worth have been receiving an unprecedented number of new renters across the area, the market for luxurious living has sky rocketed in the last years, and It is expected to grow at least half a million new renters per year for the next 10 years or more. Marcus Hiles, Executive of Western Rim Property Services, has been aware of this fact and has said on multiple times that the increasing number of people such as families, singles, and retirees are finding peace and joy through renting.
The eco-friendly initiatives of Western Rim offer plentiful natural resources to both residents and indigenous wildlife and have lasting results. These plantings may remove about 75 tons of carbon dioxide per year and generate oxygen to sustain over 6,000 people. After growing for only a decade, the same trees can deliver an annual reduction of 600 tons of carbon dioxide while creating oxygen for 50,000 inhabitants.
Increased growth calls for increased sustainability efforts, environmental stewardship, and prioritization of a healthy lifestyle. Marcus Hiles, one of the prominent developers of residential neighborhoods in the Dallas area, is honored to have the opportunity to donate land for community parks and provide the much-needed property for natural recreation spaces. Trees, plants, and wildlife are basic necessities of life, allowing families, couples, and individuals a place for recreation and relaxation. These areas happen because of people who take initiative, such as Hiles and remain devoted to environmentally friendly efforts and development.