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These are the signs popping up on commercial real estate all over Jonesboro, Arkansas. We have in the last month been granted the exclusive representation to both lots at the entrance of the Mall at Turtle Creek, the development next to NEA Hospital on Stadium where Red Lobster is locating, and the Fairgrounds property on Stadium. This gives our company the three most coveted retail sites in Jonesboro and gives us a look at nearly anyone entering our market.

We are aggressively listing commercial real estate in Arkansas right now. We feel we have an edge on any competitor in our market at selling, leasing, or developing commercial real estate. We have national contacts and experience with other CCIMs across the south that make us the logical choice if you are considering listing commercial properties or if you are looking to locate a business. I have well over 20 recommendations on LinkedIn. You can connect with me and view all of them @ .

Something else we have expertise in is expanding businesses into other markets. If you would like to expand in Arkansas, we have extensive knowledge in and around Jonesboro, Little Rock, Conway, Searcy, and Northwest Arkansas. We have worked with many national clients on site locations including Murphy Oil, Buffalo Wild Wings, O Reilly Auto Parts, and several other national and local tenants.

We are ready to earn your business. If you would like to see one of the above signs on your property, or would just like to discuss how what we do, please contact us.


Joshua H. Brown, CCIM
Executive Broker & Owner
Haag Brown Commercial | Real Estate and Development
225 S. Church, Suite A | Jonesboro | Arkansas | 72401

P 870 336 8000  |  F 888 561 4917  |  C 870 761 2899

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HaagBrown was formed by myself, Joshua Brown, a market leading commercial real estate broker, and Greg Haag, an experienced and proven commercial real estate broker and retail developer. It is my wish to create a Christ-centered business to provide access to and deliver real value for clients in a complex world that is changing every day.

HaagBrown is a commercial real estate firm specializing in disposition, acquisition, investment management, 1031 exchanges, lease reviews, development, tenant representation, and all other scopes of commercial real estate. Joshua’s reputation as Jonesboro’s market leader in brokerage and Greg’s brokerage and development expertise in Arkansas, Texas, Tennessee, western Kentucky, southern Missouri, northern Mississippi and northern Alabama, make this a dynamic team to serve the local, regional and national real estate needs of our clients.

It is rare, but both Mr. Brown and Mr. Haag hold the prestigious CCIM designation, of the estimated 125,000 commercial real estate practitioners in the United States less than 6% hold the CCIM designation. Our clients include tenants looking to expand their presence into Arkansas and other above mentioned markets. Northeast Arkansas commercial real estate owners also make up a substantial amount of our business. We list property, sell property, lease property, and evaluate lease situations. If you have questions concerning our commercial real estate development or brokerage services, or if you would simply like information concerning investment opportunities, please contact us for additional information.

Joshua H. Brown, CCIM | Principal
Haag Brown Commercial | Real Estate and Development
225 S. Church, Suite A | Jonesboro | Arkansas | 72401

office 870 336 8000 | eFax 888 561 4917 | cell 870 761 2899

I will never write my name on an email or business document without “CCIM” behind it again… After completing a mind-blowing three-day intro course in New York City early 2008, I never thought the end would come… After 101 in Myrtle Beach and Advanced Negotiations in Chicago, I was in love with this training and could instantly feel the benefit it gave to my clients… I then took 102 in Austin, 103 in Memphis, and 104 back in Austin… During all of the courses, I would be nervous by Wednesday thinking I would have trouble with the test on Friday… I always excelled at the tests, but they were extremely challenging… The Comprehensive Exam in New Orleans WAS just as hard as everyone talks about, but I got by… I am now a proud CCIM member….