Texas’ steadily growing job market remains a big influence in attracting new residents to relocate along with companies like Toyota, and employment gains are following in fields such as manufacturing and tech jobs lead the way. The recent housing shortages have been exacerbated by the influx, but Marcus Hiles has presented an appealing alternative by offering modern and convenient rental homes in the popular communities he develops. These large plots of land allow for lavish luxuries, including private parks, jogging trails and championship golf courses. These planned suburban neighborhoods allow Hiles to incorporate cutting-edge, sustainable construction and the best infrastructure required to provide unequaled comfort and environmental sustainability.
Marcus Hiles’ advice comes from his in-depth experience in offering apartment complexes that represent sheer indulgence.
“When renters choose to live in communities that match their personal preferences they achieve higher work-life balance,” he states. This balance is given that 33% of the occupants are between the ages of 30 and 44 – in the highest point of their careers – and another 30 percent are aged between 45 and 64 years. Hiles’ ability to plan townhouses that offer resort-like comforts while also still maintaining a favorable commute distance ensures that Dallas residents will keep moving towards rental homes instead of owned homes.