The name Eric Burch is synonymous with excellence in the Jonesboro real estate market with a proven track record over the last 17 years. His accolades range from Rookie of Year in 2006 to Jonesboro Local Favorite Realtor by The Sun Newspaper. 

Eric has definitely made a name for himself in the Jonesboro Real Estate market. That is due to Eric and his teams willingness to go that extra mile for their clients. With The All Star Team you are not getting just one realtor. You are getting a whole team on your side. This team consists of three realtors, a property manager, transaction coordinator and financial coordinator. Let our combined 40 year real estate experience stand behind you in your selling or buying process.

This team has proven success and is willing and able to work for you. Give us a call today!



Eric Burch was raised in Jonesboro, Arkansas. His parents are Rick Burch and Amy Clancy. He has one sister, Kristin Burch. He attended Jonesboro Public Schools and Valley View Schools. He graduated from  high school and relocated to Gulfport, MS to begin his career with a salvage and home improvement company called Hudson’s. He worked at Hudson’s while buying, renovating, and flipping houses on the side as a hobby. His lifelong dream was to pursue real estate. When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005 it opened a window to move to back home to Jonesboro. His wife, Ann Marie, encouraged him to pursue his dream of real estate. It was the best decision he ever made. Since that decision in 2005 its become a family business of real estate, construction, and residential developement. It has been a complete success and the perfect family career for Eric, Ann and son, Hayden to do together.


Richard Wimberley was born in Memphis, Tn. and raised between Grenada, Ms and Minooka, Il. (near Chicago) were he graduated high school. Richard joined the US Air Force in 1973 and relocated to Oklahoma. After his tour of duty Richard remained in Oklahoma and attended Central State University to pursue a teaching degree. Fate intervened and Richard began a 27 year career in telecommunications that would take him to Tulsa, Ok., Dallas, Tx., Memphis, Tn. and finally to Jonesboro, Arkansas. In 2004 Richard pursued a lifelong dream and attended Kelton's Real Estate School in Jonesboro. Richard became a full time, licensed agent in 2006 with Crye-Leike of Jonesboro. Richard's wife Cindy owns a local hair salon and they have four children and five grandchildren. Richard and his family love animals and pursue hobbies in horse showing, bird dog field trails, hunting and fishing.