Skillful negotiations, comprehensive market knowledge and a relentless work ethic are the hallmarks of Belle Trankle’s success. A Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist an industry veteran, Belle started out on the commercial side working for a developer in Beverly Hills, and then for a New York based developer in Hollywood, California where she worked on a team managing and leasing two of the most iconic buildings at Hollywood and Vine.
Belle’s affinity for real estate began at a much earlier age. “It’s what I know, it’s in my DNA,” she explains. As a child, her grandfather used to take her and her younger brother to his investment properties in Los Angeles on the weekends. “Everyone always needs a place to live,” she would hear him say. “You go to work and you come home.” Thus, what began as a fascination with historic properties, the Tudors, Bungalows and Craftsman she toured as a child quickly grew into her life’s work, and set her heart on fire with a passion for matching people with homes and properties that meet their needs.
“I am passionate about uniting people with properties that connect their dreams to their own unique lifestyle,” says Belle. Today, she is the “go-to” agent for loyal clientele across the Metroplex, stretching from McKinney and Frisco to Uptown and White Rock Lake, and all the way to Paris, Texas. Belle lives in Hollywood Heights where she fittingly lives in a 1926 Tudor situated in one the most historic neighborhoods in Lakewood.
Belle’s reputation for keeping her finger on the pulse of what is happening in the market, stems from her strong brand network, and ability to creatively market and sell properties in some of Dallas’ most prestigious neighborhoods. “My goal is to get you maximum value for your property with minimum hassles. I understand that buying and selling can be an emotional experience, and I always set out to be the calming force of every transaction,” she explains.
It’s a total commitment to helping people, whether that be achieving their real estate goals or finding a neighborhood that suits their lifestyle. More than an agent, she is a trusted advisor who uses every resource to build a solid strategy that markets for results, while making lifelong friends along the way.
Over the last decade, Belle spent her free time as a volunteer with Teammates for Kids, a Garth Brook’s charity, ProCamps® and Jason Witten Football Camp where she uses her ‘can do’ attitude assisting wherever needed. After 7 years of volunteering for these charities, she favors selling t-shirts and auction sales at these events to help raise funds for those in need.
An avid runner, Belle participates in half marathons and practices yoga to maintain a sense of peace and calm in her life. From selling real estate, to putting her heart and soul into giving back, Belle continues to raise the bar professionally, but says it’s her 26 year old daughter that is her greatest achievement to date. “She is the greatest joy in my life, and being a mom to her is one of my greatest accomplishments.
104 Bonham Street, Paris, TX
The First National Bank of Paris is a multi-purpose historic building built in 1916 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The building is in need of full restoration and has approvals for State and Federal Tax Credits plus TIF subsidy. Many original features still exist in this history rich building. Six floors including a mezzanine and basement with approx. 52,000 SF. Prime location in Paris Commercial Historic District with views of the Plaza and Culbertson Fountain. Contact Belle Trankle at email@example.com or 469-396-9314 for more details.
201 Bonham Street, Paris, TX
The Rogers-Wade building is a multi-purpose historic building built in 1921 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The building is in need of full restoration and has been approved for State and Federal Tax Credits plus TIF subsidy. The building occupies a half block in Paris Commercial Historic District with 4 floors + basement on Bonham Street side and 2 floors on Grand Avenue side. Contact Belle Trankle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 469-396-9314 for more details.
100 3rd Street NW, Paris TX
The Blake-Hinkle building is a single-story historic stand-alone building on the former site of the Blake-Hinkle Lumber Yard. The site includes a parking lot and small building that was a former drive-thru bank and no longer in use. Great building with lots of history and ideally situated for restaurant use. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places and located in the Paris Commercial Historic District. Contact Belle Trankle at email@example.com or 469-396-9314 for more details.
112 Bonham Street, Paris, TX
The Varner building was built in 1916 and is a two-story building with approx. 5800 SF. Located in the Paris Historic District just off the historic downtown square in a very desirable location for commercial/retail space with moderate to heavy foot traffic and good visibility from the square. State and Federal Tax Credits plus TIF subsidy awards available. Contact Belle Trankle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 469-396-9314 for more details.
357 W. Kaufman Street, Paris, TX
First Church of Christ Scientist is an Historic Church built in 1917 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The stand-along building is approx. 4000 SF plus an adjacent lot. The property is a lofty 1-story former church with a sky-lit sanctuary featuring an intact large art-glass panel and "God Is Love" stained-glass inscription with a center circle. Many original features still exist. This property has been approved for State and Federal Historic Tax Credits. Located 3 blocks west-southwest off the historic downtown business district. Contact Belle Trankle at email@example.com or 469-396-9314 for more details.
25 1st Street NW, Paris, TX
Two-story commercial building built in 1916 with approx. 3511 SF attached to the First National Bank Building. Good visibility from the square with moderate foot traffic. Features include a courtyard with a huge shade tree. Zoning allows for a variety of commercial and residential uses. Contact Belle Trankle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 469-396-9314 for more details.