Marcus Hiles – Highlights the Rising Texas Home Sales this Quarter

Marcus Hiles – Highlights the Rising Texas Home Sales this Quarter
Marcus Hiles – Highlights the Rising Texas Home Sales this Quarter

For Marcus Hiles, head of Western Rim Property Services, what the Texas Association of Realtors has discovered is a boon to his service efficiency for his local clientele. Hiles said that Western Rim is able to know the needs of their clients because they are keeping an eye on industry temperature and momentum all the time. With the aid of the Association’s recent findings, our team acquired insight about the updated status of regional property sales.” Most particularly, it is a proof of the flourishing general real estate vertical in the state. Living in Texas is surely full of happiness.”

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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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