Marcus Hiles – Benefits Of Nature Trails Include Better Quality Of Life

Marcus Hiles explains that renters should pick communities with nature trails, explaining that tenants who take advantage of even mild exercising on these paths tend to enjoy healthier lifestyles. A 2008 study by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine showed that people who live near park areas typically have a lower risk of obesity. A 2010 study by the journal Social Science and Medicine concluded that people who live near large amounts of green space were more relaxed when compared to others who did not spend much time outdoors. Hiles, a strong believer in community living, says that in addition to their ability to help lower energy costs and foster active lifestyles, trails also encourage a feeling of closeness among neighbors, with pathways cause random meetings and interactions. Environmental, practical and enjoyable, these shared public series of walking trails are an amenity no housing development should be without.

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Hiles Gives Residents Easy Access To Health, Well-Being

Hiles Gives Residents Easy Access To Health, Well-Being
Hiles Gives Residents Easy Access To Health, Well-Being

Eminent Dallas-area property developer Marcus Hiles knows what renters are looking for when they choose a new home. But one important feature seems to remain off of most people’s checklists of must-haves: walking trails. Hiles pushes apartment hunters to necessitate a clear presence of recreational pathways on-site when renting. As the Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Property Services, which has designed and currently manages more than 15,000 apartments, homes, and townhomes in metro areas across Texas, Hiles knows well the many benefits multi-use walkways afford residents.

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