Marcus Hiles Donates Computers for Students Through Philanthropic Endeavors

Property developer and CEO of Western Rim Property Services and Newport Classic Homes, Marcus Hiles has donated 200 new Dell computers to inner city children in Texas, continuing a lifelong dedication to providing critical help to less fortunate individuals and communities. Hiles’ generous gift, valued at over $100,000, will be used to help young inner…

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Marcus Hiles – Continues To Plant 2,500 Trees Per Year For Environment

Property development expert, Marcus Hiles announced he will continue to plant 2,500 trees every year to help the environment. As founder and CEO of Texas-based property development firm, Western Rim Property Services, Hiles creates affordable subdivisions where renters enjoy a luxurious lifestyle surrounded by parklands, trails, and green spaces. Planting trees initiative is part of…

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Marcus Hiles Offers Luxury Complexes in Texas

Residents looking for “The Best Place in the City” to call home can turn to Marcus Hiles and his company Western Rim Property Services for affordable luxury complexes throughout the state of Texas. These homes offer a higher quality of life with signature amenities to enhance the apartment lifestyle. Beautiful settings and lavish features entice…

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Marcus Hiles – Western Rim – Proudly Donates 59 Acres of Land for Community Parks

Sustainability, environmental stewardship, and encouraging a healthy lifestyle are all important components of open green areas in any neighborhood. As a developer of residential communities in the Dallas area, Marcus Hiles is honored to be able to donate land for community parks and provide the much-needed property for natural recreation spaces. Trees, plants and wildlife…

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