Joey Conner, Principal Broker
Joey Conner, a native of Brownsville, Tenn., began his real estate career in 2003, accepting an agent position with Crye*Leike while also working at Haywood Company (Teknor Apex). For three years he worked both jobs until finally deciding to take the leap and leave Haywood Company to pursue real estate full-time.
During his 7 ½ years with Crye*Leike, he worked his way to being named a multi-million-dollar producer six years in a row. In 2010, he was honored as #21 Agent in Transaction for all Crye*Leike franchises.
With a passion for the industry, Joey left Crye*Leike R. E. S. in 2011, branching out to establish his own real estate firm, Conner Real Estate, LLC. He’s since developed a working environment surrounded by growth-minded individuals who strive to make themselves and their community better. His business expanded in 2018, opening a second location in Jackson, Tenn.
Joey’s hard work is driven by his love for his family. He and his wife Kim are currently residents of Haywood County. Together, they have four daughters - Shaterica Williams, Shana Williams, Sharron Conner and Jordan Conner. Jordan is a student in Haywood County Schools.
In his free time, Joey treasures spending time with his family. He also enjoys watching ESPN and is a fan of basketball, supporting the Spurs and Grizzlies.
Tara Joyner, Affiliate Broker
Tara Joyner is originally from Fayetteville, AR, but has called Brownsville home for over 20 years. She recently joined the “Million Dollar Club,” by selling over 1 million dollars worth of property in her first full year in real estate. She has been successful in her short time as an affiliate broker, in part due to an extensive knowledge of area real estate from her many years in the real estate appraisal profession. Tara also owns and operates her own Real Estate appraisal firm, King Agency Appraisals, also located in Brownsville.
Tara is married to Regan Joyner, and they have 1 son. She is very active in her church, Union Grove United Methodist Church. She is also involved with March of Dimes, Relay for Life, Brownsville-Haywood County Chamber Ambassadors, as well as other community organizations.
Pamela McCarley, Affiliate Broker
Pam's been a part of the Brownsville-Haywood County community for over thirty years. For eighteen years, she worked at MTD Products progressively moving into positions with increasing responsibilities. While working full time, Pam earned a bachelor’s degree from Lambuth College and an Executive MBA from Vanderbilt University. Her hard work and dependability proved to be stepping stones for her career move to Teknor Apex, Haywood Company, where she quickly moved into the position of North American Logistics Manager. While in that position, Pam along with her team earned the company's prestigious Norman M. Fain Award for managing freight spend. Her decision to find a new challenge led her to Conner Real Estate. As an affiliate broker, Pam spends time with you to understand your goals. So, that together you can make them a reality.
Pam enjoys spending time with her husband of twenty-five years Jim and their dog and cats. She also enjoys gardening, a good book, and an occasional shopping spree with friends. She is a ten-year member of The Brownsville Exchange Club, has led several successful company-wide United Way campaigns, and served on the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Conner Real Estate, LLC is located in Brownsville, Tennessee, the county seat of Haywood County. The city is named after General Jacob Jennings Brown, an officer of The War of 1812.
As of the Census of 2000, there were 10,748 people, 4,105 households, and 2,865 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,178.1 people per square mile. There were 4,372 housing units at an average density of 479.2 per square mile.
Brownsville's history is strongly connected with agriculture in the Mid-South. The town is notable for its many well-preserved antebellum homes and multi-generational family owned farms.
The Hatchie River runs through Brownsville. It is the longest free-flowing tributary of the lower Mississippi, and contains the largest forested floodplain in Tennessee. The river is home to hundreds of species of fish, including 11 species of catfish, and the alligator snapping turtle. The Hatchie River was named by the Nature Conservancy as one of the "great places" to save. The Hatchie is also designated as a "scenic river" under the Tennessee Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.
Conner Real Estate, LLC is proud to be a part of Brownsville and Haywood County.