While school districts continue to build educational options across the country, the environment and surroundings of each school remain closely linked to the quality of education offered. Suburban communities maintain lower crime rates than urban areas, creating a safer and more tranquil atmosphere with better social systems and engagement. School systems built in suburban areas typically spend more money per student than urban districts, leading to better facilities, resources, and teachers. The ensures optimal learning environments for students and increases their overall education experience – both having a greater and far-reaching effect on their lives. Marcus Hiles recognizes the quality of life that a suburban community can provide, which is why he prefers to build and develop rental complexes in the established and forthcoming suburbs that are situated near the state’s largest cities. With the state’s top-rated school districts in the area, accessibility is easily found in these suburban developments.