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Baker Realty are strategic real estate advisors here to guide you in buying or selling your home. We offer a stress-free real estate service experience by putting the client’s needs first and making every step as easy as possible.
Mission Driven. Community Focused.Baker Realty specializes in residential real estate. The husband-and-wife team behind Baker Realty, Matt and Natasha Baker, live in Round Rock, TX. After moving to the area in 1999, Natasha took her Ivy League education into the real estate industry, while Matt became a Professional Environmental Engineer. They saw the opportunity to serve Natasha's real estate clients better by going into business for themselves. Now, Matt and Natasha bring their education, expertise, and experience into every client relationship.
Their drive goes beyond fulfilling their role as REALTOR®s/brokers and extends to being community partners. With a history of City Council work, non-profit support, board positions, and community service in Round Rock, Baker Realty's commitment to the community is undeniable. They continue to serve Central Texas today in a multitude of ways.
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