Krisztina Bell has been recognized as a real estate marketing expert and a leader in Metro Atlanta’s home staging industry since 2005. As the founder of No Vacancy Home Staging, Krisztina and her team of stagers work closely with sellers, investors, flippers, builders and real estate professionals looking to sell any property listing faster and for top dollar. “Home staging is now an essential part in the marketing of a home for sale,” she says. “It is great to see even sellers and investors truly understanding its value.”
Bell has always taken a professional and personalized approach to her home staging business. She has grown right alongside her clients and consistently meets her clients marketing and staging needs. “We have seen a huge demand in the real estate industry to include staging in the marketing of homes especially vacant homes and because of that I have invested in more inventory and even added a second moving truck just to keep up!” she explains.
Bell also created a more informational and attractive company website that clients can use as an online resource explaining the benefits and process of home staging while displaying a gallery of pictures of staged homes. “People are searching ‘home staging’ more online these days. The home staging paint colors I recommend from Sherwin-Williams is the most popular page on the site!” says Bell.
Bell is an active member of the Home Staging & Re-Design Association and a board member of the Real Estate Staging Association. She and her company received 2018 Houzz Best of Customer Service and 2017 Top 10 Home Stager of the Year awards.
This past year, she has seen her personal, three-hour continuing education course, “Home Staging to Market & Sell Property Listings,” become a highly requested course offering at brokerage offices across Atlanta. Bell teaches her class monthly and brought on Sherwin-Williams in Atlanta as a sponsor. Her goal to teach agents how to use home staging as a marketing tool is gaining momentum. “I never expected the class to be this popular, but I am glad to see it is inspiring agents to be more aggressive with their marketing and listing presentations in today’s real estate market.”