Trey Bounds | Allie Beth Allman & Associates

About Trey

Trey Bounds


Mobile Phone: 214-883-4600

5015 Tracy St, Suite 102
Dallas TX 75205
Office Phone: (214) 521-7355


About Trey

Celebrating his 17th year in residential real estate in 2019 and more than $200 million in sales, Trey Bounds has earned a solid reputation as one of the most effective residential real estate experts in Dallas. Driven by a passion for outstanding customer service, Trey is ever on the search for new and better ways to exceed the needs and expectations of his clients and to assist them in making sound investment and real estate decisions.

Trey works with a wide array of clients with varying lifestyles so he has become an expert on several areas of Dallas, including Uptown, Turtle Creek, Oak Lawn, Park Cities, Preston Hollow, Lakewood/East Dallas, Lake Highlands, North Dallas and more. Because he has established an extensive network of contacts in the Realtor community, he often knows of properties available for purchase that never make it to the open market. More than once he's been accused of only "selling secrets."

Prior to a career in Real Estate, Trey worked in sales for some of the world's most respected and prestigious service companies, Trammell Crow Company, Neiman-Marcus, Rosewood Hotels, Four Seasons Hotels and Mandarin Oriental Hotels, His commitment to excellence came quite naturally and his career led him to live in several cities including Houston, Washington D.C., Chicago and Los Angeles. It was there that he began his Real Estate career in 2002, working for the top firm in Beverly Hills. He was named Rookie of the Year for selling more than $8 Million in just 16 months.

A native of Hill County, Trey's roots in Texas run eight generations deep. He is a 1986 graduate of Texas A&M University with a B.B.A. in Marketing.

An avid architecture and history buff, Trey is a certified by Preservation Dallas as an Historic Home Specialist. He is a member of Preservation Dallas, The Oak Lawn Association, The Turtle Creek Association, Friends of the Katy Trail, Park Cities Historic & Preservation Society and is a Supporting Member of the Dallas Architectural Forum. He is also a member of The Church of The Transfiguration in Dallas.