Real Estate Professional
Katina Asbell has been an Associate Broker and licensed REALTOR® in Atlanta since 1998. She specializes in the sale and marketing of residential real estate in Atlanta's Intown communities. Katina has an established reputation and performance record with luxury, single-family homes and condominiums. She has proven insights into the fast-moving market trends for neighborhoods within the Metro Atlanta area. Armed with this knowledge and more than 30 years of success in the real estate, interior design and building industries, Katina creates a seamless and custom real estate experience for her clients.
As Katina's success grows, she continues to uphold her consistent, 5-star customer service rating through her unwavering commitment to creating a unique and memorable home buying or selling experience that exceeds her client's expectations while catering to their invaluable time and privacy. Her mantra: 'I connect extraordinary people to extraordinary properties in extraordinary ways!' Katina is an honored Life Member of the Atlanta Board of REALTORS® Million Dollar Sales Club, as well as an annually awarded Top Producer within her brokerage. She represents her industry as a 20-year member of the Atlanta Board of REALTORS® .
Katina completed undergraduate studies in interior design from Florida State University and holds a master's degree from the University of Southern California. Before becoming a REALTOR® , she was VP of Design for a nationally recognized interior merchandising firm in New York and Atlanta. Her experience and background in design and architecture assure that her clients have an advantage when assessing a home for purchase or preparing for marketing to sell.
She resides in vibrant Virginia-Highland with her family. A firm believer in giving back to the local community, Katina shows love for her city and its people through volunteerism. Her passion for the equitable treatment of all children and her love of the arts has resulted in service on the Board of Directors of the United Way of Greater Atlanta as the Chair for Public Policy, and she is the current Chair of the Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center. She is also an annual supporter of the Piedmont Park Conservancy, the High Museum of Art, and the Atlanta Botanical Garden.