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Carrie Baker Real Estate Agent at Century 21 Award - Mv

Carrie Baker

Real Estate Agent at
Century 21 Award - Mv

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Agent Highlights

Carrie sells properties fast - selling more than 57% quicker than the average San Diego agent.
Carrie gets the job done - completing more sales than the average San Diego agent by 7%.
Carrie also has Townhome expertise - working with over 51 more townhomes than the average agent.

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Carrie is a real estate agent with Century 21 Award - Mv. Carrie has been in the real estate business for 17 years. Carrie is a single family home expert. We have data on 388 of Carrie’s transactions. Carrie has worked with buyers 66% of the time, and has represented the seller in 160 recorded transactions. Here’s a little about Carrie’s real estate experience: - Carrie recently sold one home for $1,210,500. - this real estate agent is skilled in fast home sales: they have listings that have sold in as little as 0 days. - Carrie is a top dollar real estate agent. Carrie has completed 114 transactions in San Diego. Carrie ranks at the top of the pack--they qualify as a top 0% real estate agent in San Diego. HomeLight considers this real estate agent a closer because they have sold 103 more homes than the average agent in the area.


Top Producer 2021


University of Notre Dame, Seattle Community Colleges

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  • Carrie helped me buy a home

      I found my dream house, so reached out to the listing agent, Carrie Baker. I went with her as my realtor (so she was representing both seller and buyer) and got the house. However, her service throughout the process was appalling. From telling me the wrong close of escrow date (a costly mistake) to not responding to emails for over a week during a time sensitive period to failing to inform me (a first-time homebuyer) about key steps in the process, it was a terrible experience. Her communication was terrible and I constantly felt that I could not get the information or resources I needed in the process. There were also frequent mistakes in contracts and amendments.  It got so bad that at the end of the transaction, I let her know that I was no longer able to work with her and requested that someone else from her office manage the few remaining items, and that she not communicate with me from that point on. She continued to harass me by email and text, even after repeated attempts by her broker to get her to stop. Her defense of her work was that she had gotten me the house even though there were better offers -- I wonder what the sellers, who she also represented, would think about that? 

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