Second, Hiles wholeheartedly endorses renters’ and buyers’ insistence upon the latest ENERGY STAR rated appliances. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR voluntary labeling program, launched in 1992, has become a powerful influence in purchasing decisions. Each year, consumers and program partners buy 320 million energy efficient products that shave utility bills by more than $31 billion. “Compared to appliances just ten years old, with ENERGY STAR you can save almost half on your energy bill,” he points out.
Hotel-style amenities are complementing lower costs and larger floor plans to redefine suburban lifestyles. Since founding Western Rim Property Services nearly thirty years ago, Marcus Hiles Fort Worth entrepreneur has singlehandedly redirected the Texas housing market by offering upscale rentals in highly desirable locations. His company’s homes, townhomes and apartments deliver unmatched premium services at a price point working class Texans can afford. Even if the excitement of city living continues to lure some potential renters towards higher-priced options with less modern comforts in the state’s urban areas, Hiles’ selection of spacious interiors, resort-like luxuries and on-site green spaces make a convincing and attractive argument for moving a bit outside of the nearest metropolitan area’s downtown.
Marcus Hiles’ Fort Worth based company Western Rim is known for creating high-end residences at unmatched value. With upmarket homes, townhomes and apartments mixing state-of-the-art conveniences with resort-style on-site amenities, Hiles’ unique vision of providing working class Texans with affordable luxury living remains as timely as when he founded the business in 1990. A steadily fluctuating U.S. housing market has not changed one constant: more and more people are renting each year. Hiles discusses the attitude and demographic changes that have led to the continuing increase in rentership across the country.