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 2017 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

  • Summerfest in a Small Town

    As the days get even longer, we find ourselves growing even closer to this year’s Summerfest in Pittsboro, NC! This year, join us as we sponsor the second annual celebration of summertime festivities. Mark your calendars for Sunday, July 1st from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. in downtown Pittsboro, at 8 Hillsboro Street. Keep this annual tradition going!

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  • A Day at Celebrity Dairy

    Take a break from the pace of the city and enjoy all the comforts of home at Celebrity Dairy. As a 300-acre dairy in rural Chatham County, you are surrounded by a plethora of homemade products, ranging from pastries, to preserves, to soaps. Their products and services are perfect for a variety of events and occasions for a “staycation” or welcoming guests to the Siler City area.

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  • A Camp that Rocks

    Are you ready to rock? The Triangle Rock Club, located in Morrisville, invites you to enroll your child in any one of TRC’s summer camps. Catering to many different ages with a variety of skill levels, their summer will be packed with both meeting new friends and learning a new skill. In all of their youth programs, they guarantee the application of “The Three Cs” of character, confidence and courage. Set goals, seek adventure and watch the hard work pay off!

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  • Open Studio in Fearrington Village

    When it comes to lodging, dining, shopping and spa treatments, Fearrington Village has your list covered. What you may not know is that Fearrington Village is called home to many local artists and their studios. This month, artists will be opening the doors to their very own studios to invite you to see their creativity at work for free. From Saturday, April 14th and Sunday, April 15th, we hope to see you with your own new piece of art!

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  • Back in Season for the Cape Fear River

    Attention everyone: Cape Fear River Adventures is now open for the spring and summer seasons! This time, they are partnering up with Endor Paddle to bring you a variation of exciting excursions to experience the river the best way possible. There’s no better place to be than under the North Carolina sun in a kayak or a river tube. What are you waiting for? Start paddling!

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  • Will Paddle for Brunch

    If you are familiar with the Haw River or the Haw River Canoe & Kayak Company, you know that adventure is right around the bend. Offering canoe, kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals, they can assure you that your 3 to 11-mile journey will be a memorable one.

    Keep reading and you’ll find out how your afternoon brunch could be that much better with the help of Haw River Canoe & Kayak Company. Waffles - anyone?

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