Your Agency in the Ozarks


“Cause the truth about it is, it all goes by real quick
You can’t buy happiness
But you can buy dirt
You can buy dirt
And thank the good Lord for it
Cause He ain’t makin’ any more of it”

Lyrics from “Buy Dirt” by Jordan Davis


We believe that everyone needs their own piece of dirt, no matter how large or small. They need their own piece of of dirt for putting down roots, making memories, and leaving them to the next generation. “You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy dirt”. And that’s the next best thing.

Our Listings

Be sure to visit often as our listings are being constantly updated.  View all our listings by visiting the LISTINGS page.

Introducing Our Agents

We look forward to the opportunity to share with you some of the beautiful Ozark properties available on your journey of home ownership.  Click on each agent to see abbreviated intros.  Visit our AGENTS page for complete bios.  Our team at Ozark Rivers Realty look forward to getting to know you!

Tabetha Jennnings

Tabetha Jennings

Owner / Principal Broker

Virginia Ivy

Vacation Property Management

Ozark Rivers Realty, Mountain View Arkansas

Let Us Show You Your Dream House!

North Central Arkansas is a magical place abundant in natural beauty, small town values and exquisite homes.  It would be our honor to share our community with you and ultimately welcome you home.  Let us show you your slice of heaven in the hills.


102 East Main St
Mountain View, AR 72560
Office: 870-269-9601

35°51′54″N 92°6′31″W


Mountain View is the county seat of Stone County, Arkansas. Founded in 1890, it is located in the Ozark Mountains, a region known for an abundance of sparkling springs, waterfalls, lakes, caves and caverns.

Local festivals play an integral part in Mountain View’s economy and culture, and the city is widely known throughout the country for its hospitality, uniqueness and relaxed pace of life. It is well known as the “Folk Music Capital of the World”.

The area is also known for outdoors recreation opportunities, including Blanchard Springs Caverns, trout fishing on the White River and the Ozark National Forest.