Prioritize The Choice of Services That Suit Their Interests – Marcus Hiles

Prioritize The Choice of Services That Suit Their Interests – Marcus Hiles
Prioritize The Choice of Services That Suit Their Interests – Marcus Hiles

Marcus Hiles, Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services, urges Dallas tenants to acquire the most advantages out of their housing dollars by searching apartment complexes that offer resort-like highlights. “There is no need to limit yourself in a square apartment when you can profit from surroundings that are similar to the life you imagine,” he states. Hiles urges potential tenants to prioritize the services they look for keeping in mind their interests. Pet owners may discover communities that offer a private off-leash park, appropriate waste stations, and pet-sitting services in close proximity, veterinarians, and groomers. “Individuals with children should discover neighborhoods situated in best school regions, and that possess nearby play parks, and activity zones,” Hiles notes. Also, golfers could seek communities that have close-by golf privileges and have pretty green golf views while wellness enthusiasts can use best in class health zones, access to wellness mentors and strolling trails.

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Western Rim Keeps A Sharp Eye On Industry Trends and Reports – Marcus Hiles

Western Rim Keeps A Sharp Eye On Industry Trends and Reports – Marcus Hiles
Western Rim Keeps A Sharp Eye On Industry Trends and Reports – Marcus Hiles

CEO of Western Rim Property Services, a firm that specializes in luxury properties, Marcus Hiles is optimistic about the findings of the report by the Texas Association of Realtors. He even says that the findings can help him cater to his clients better. “At Western Rim, we always keep an eye on industry trends and movements to better understand our clients. The new findings by the Association deliver valuable information to our team about regional property sales. Likewise, it highlights that the state’s overall real estate vertical is promising. It’s a great time to be in Texas,” says Hiles.
The report put together by Texas Association of Realtors indicates that while residential sales have increasingly grown, actual housing inventory and active listings have significantly reduced in Q1 2016 when compared to the previous year. According to the report, listings went down by 11.9%. Also, the study shows that active first quarter listings spent an average of only 64 days for sale on the market, less three days from first quarter 2015.

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