About Julie Roland Realty

Full service realty company in Pittsboro, NC. Serving Pittsboro, Chatham County and across the Triangle.

Julie Roland has more than a decade of experience as a Realtor in Pittsboro, Chatham County, Apex and Cary.

Julie has earned the prestigious Graduate Realtor Institute designation from the National Association of Realtors. She is a Broker-In-Charge at her own agency and is licensed to practice in two states.

She is rated 5 out of 5 stars by customers on Zillow and is a 2018-2019 Top Producer for Real Estate in the Triangle. Read more: About.

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    Locally Owned, Full Service Realty Company

    Julie Roland Realty is a full-service residential and commercial real estate company. Locally owned, we help clients buy and sell houses, land and commercial property.

    Our headquarters are in Pittsboro, but we cover the western Triangle including Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Jordan Lake, Durham and across Chatham County.

    Julie is a BIC (Broker-in-Charge) and we close our own deals. Our team of dedicated professionals  can help clients find a mortgage lender, home inspector, contractors or a pre-school.

    At Julie Roland Realty, we know you don’t buy or sell a house every day. We want to make your experience a good one. Give us a call and tell us how we can make your real estate dreams come true.

    Julie Roland’s Route 64 Journal

    A blog about Pittsboro & Chatham County since 2008

    • Making Christmas Magical

      Sure, the calendars just flipped into November, but the holiday season is on its way. With meals to prepare, plans to organize and gifts to purchase, get a head start with some creative shopping ideas, all local to Chatham County. Store-bought gifts are great, but try on local, try on handmade for size. Give the gift everyone…

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    • Huckleberry Trail Farm Fall Festival

      That’s right, it’s fall festival season on Huckleberry Trail Farm. Siler City’s premier source for all things fall, you are a short drive away from hayrides, a corn maze, pumpkin patch, slingshots and much more. Line your stoop with rows of Chatham County-grown pumpkins from the 2021 Huckleberry Trail Farm Fall Festival. Open to the public every weekend until Sunday, October 31, there is more than enough time left for you and your loved ones to take fall festivities to the next level. Hours are Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Before you go, reserve two to three hours of your day to get the most of your experience on the farm. 

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    • Best of Chatham: Harrison Fence

      If it’s simply for aesthetics, if it’s for additional home security, Harrison Fence has spent the past 20 years fencing properties across North Carolina. Masters in their trade, their team is equipped to assist you in creating a space that best accommodates your needs. Since 2001, Harrison Fence has stood the test of time as a family-owned and operated organization, leading in fence installations in the Triangle and surrounding areas. Schedule your free estimate and learn more about what options will work best for your home or business.

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    • It’s Oktoberfest Season

      Is it fall yet? October is rounding the corner, which means the season of Oktoberfest is among us. Many years ago, in the year of 1810, Crown Prince Louis, who would become King Louis I of Bavaria, invited the citizens of Munich, Germany to his marriage celebration in front of the city gates, including a horse race, a feast and the origins of Oktoberfest. Though much has changed in the past 200 years, the spirit of community gathering remains unchanged. Today, Oktoberfest is celebrated in various forms worldwide from late September through early October, with an average consumption of one million gallons of beer annually. The tradition lives on in Chatham County on October 2. Cheers!

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    • Best of Chatham: Parks Painting

      Did you know that the oldest house paints were made of milk, lime and honey? In fact, King Tut’s tomb was painted with milk-based paint. We aren’t saying you need to head to the farmer’s market to gather supplies for a new exterior look, but it’s nice to learn new trivia! The color of your house can say a lot. For example, historically speaking, a red door has symbolized a safe stop for travelers or having fully paid off a mortgage. Whatever statement you are looking to make, Parks Painting invites the Pittsboro, Chapel Hill and surrounding communities to “roll with the best.”

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    • Where Global and Local Flavors Meet

      Without the hassle of buying a plane ticket, packing your bags and braving the airport lines, you can experience global cuisines in Chatham County. How, you may ask? The Travelling Cafe of Pittsboro offers prepared meals, cooking classes and catering menus to quench your thirst for exploration. This fall, enroll in one of their public cooking classes and learn how to incorporate adventure into your weeknight menu offerings.

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