About Us

Eric Little, Managing Broker/Owner, Realtor®

Eric Little is a native of LaHarpe, Illinois, where he continues to live on and operate the family farm. Eric earned his real estate broker license and joined the Century 21 Purdum- Epperson Inc. brokerage in March 2015. He was a Century 21 Ruby award winner in 2017 and 2018.

Eric graduated from LaHarpe High School and earned his degree from Western Illinois University in 1995. He purchased and assumed operation of his family’s 50-year-old plumbing, heating, and electrical business and continued it for 16 more years. During that time he and his staff served residential and commercial customers throughout Hancock, Henderson, McDonough, and Warren counties. He then worked in the Macomb area for 4 years as HVAC manager for Hollister Home Center before starting his real estate career.

Eric has served on the board of the LaHarpe Hospital Association, as past president of the LaHarpe Golden Rule Club, and past president of the LaHarpe Lions Club. He is currently the treasurer for the LaHarpe Christian Church, involved with the Boy Scouts of America Troop 138, and the LaHarpe Four Leaf Clovers 4H club. Hobbies include hunting, fishing, camping, driving Jeep trails all over the country, and cooking. Eric and his wife Jenni have two sons.

Eric’s vast experience with agriculture, home construction and maintenance gives him a unique perspective in the real estate market. He looks forward to the opportunity to share this knowledge with his clients to meet their real estate buying and selling needs.

Haley Dixon, Broker, Realtor®

Haley Dixon is a native of rural Colchester, Illinois, where she resides on the family farm. Haley earned her real estate broker license and joined Crossroads Real Estate in September 2020. 


Haley graduated from Southeastern High School in Augusta, Illinois, and is an alumnus of Western Illinois University. She returned to the Colchester area in 2017 after serving as the executive director of a therapeutic horseback riding organization in Spokane, WA, and earning a master’s degree from Boise State University.

As a former advertising account executive for the Quincy Herald-Whig, and current marketing professional for The Legacy Theater in Carthage, Illinois, Haley brings valuable experience to the Crossroads Real Estate team. Haley operates several farms south of Colchester, adding agricultural experience to her bank of knowledge. She has a passion for interior design utilizing reclaimed architectural materials, and enjoys designing various building projects with her father, Stan Dixon.


Haley serves on the advisory board for The Salvation Army of Macomb, is a member of the Plymouth Women’s Circle and the McDonough County Farm Bureau. Haley truly has a passion for helping people. She looks forward to the opportunity to share her skills and experience with clients to meet their real estate buying and selling needs.