Lyn Baker

Richmond Office

(804) 221-4556

lynbaker@lizmoore.com

About Lyn Baker

The luckiest people in the world are those who love their work and Lyn Baker is one of the lucky ones. She enjoys meeting new people, exploring homes and vacant land, searching for the right property for a client, and overcoming the hurdles that can surface during a real estate transaction. Lyn loves the variety that being a Realtor offers and eagerly dives into learning new skills-whether it's new technology or how best to serve her clients.
 
Lyn finds all aspects of the Real Estate career appealing-from the excitement of the first-time homebuyer to the sale of a family home. Her clients consistently remark on her communication skills. She diligently listens to their needs, concerns and wishes in order to develop a plan to achieve their real estate goals and then remains in constant contact throughout the entire purchasing/selling process.
 
A resident of Chesterfield County for over 28 years, Lyn is very familiar with the neighborhoods, schools, and local government of Metropolitan Richmond as well as the benefits of living in this great area. When she is not serving clients, you can usually find Lyn on a soccer field watching her grandsons play, shopping with her daughters, or exploring new restaurants with her husband.
 
Education
  James Madison University, B.S. Political Science, Public Administration
 
Designations and Certifications
  Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR)
  Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource (SFR)
 
Achievements
  President's Club, Long and Foster, 2015, 2016
  Silver Award, Outstanding Producer,  Richmond Association of Realtors, 2015, 2016
  Director's Club, Long and Foster, 2014
  Outstanding Service Award, Long and Foster, 2012
 

RealtorĀ®

SFR, ABR

Alma Mater
James Madison University

Superpower
I listen-and I remember!

Kids
I have 3 amazing adult children and 3 beautiful grandchildren

On my bucket list:
Go up in a hot air balloon

Favorite destination
The beach of course!

I Love Richmond because
It has the small town feel with big city amenities.