Jeff Pratt joined Jerry Jackson Realty in 2002 after operating his own local business since 1984. Jeff is very knowledgeable about the real estate industry and related issues and trends. Jeff has served the real estate industry in many facets, serving as President of the Board of Directors of the Harrison District Board of Realtors. Not only involved locally in the real estate industry Jeff also served on the state level as a member of several state committees, Zone 6 State Director for north central Arkansas, and as a Board of Director for the Arkansas Realtors Association.
Jeff has also served locally as an Alderman for the City of Harrison from 2002 – 2008. Jeff is a past Board of Director for the Harrison Chamber of Commerce and has served as a member of the Harrison Chamber Foundation Board of Directors. Jeff served as a Director and then President of Harrison’s “City Advertising Tourism and Promotion Commission”.
Jeff was awarded Realtor of the Year in 2005. Jeff knows how to work and works hard, receiving the Diamond Level Awards for Excellence every year since 2005. The Diamond Level is the highest level awarded for production by the Arkansas Realtors Association. Jeff has also been recognized by the “Arkansas Business” journal as one of the “Top 100” producing agents in Arkansas, competing with over 8500 agents from all over Arkansas and most in much larger metropolitan markets.
Feeling that “Service is Key” Jeff volunteers with several charitable organizations donating time and money. Jeff is currently serving on the Board of Directors for The Mercy Mall, a non-profit organization serving the hungry and homeless in our area. Jeff has formerly served as an officer or member of Arkansas Children’s Hospital’s Circle of Friends, Kiwanis, K-Life, Harrison Consolidated Youth, Harrison High School Booster Club, Harrison Chamber of Commerce, and many others.
Jeff’s family has been part of the Ozarks for many years. Jeff has lived in Harrison since 1979 and after graduating from College of the Ozarks in Branson, he decided to return to Harrison to enjoy a way of life that only exists here! Jeff married a local girl in 1985 and they have 3 children.