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We are a full-service firm with attentive, full-time brokers who love what they do. Simply put, we help our clients buy and sell both homes and land in the heart of North Carolina—specifically, Orange, Chatham, Durham, and Alamance counties. We guide our clients through the process from end to end, whether staging a home to attract prospective buyers or evaluating construction quality before making a first offer. We live for unique properties that tell a story about the people who live there, and we love homes that help create a more sustainable environment through smart design and alternative energy.

Featured PropertY

eastern white pine treasure

Address: 678 Frosty Meadow Drive, Pittsboro

Price: $895,000

A beautiful, handcrafted Highlands Log Home built on site with Eastern White Pine logs from 18”-30” in diameter. A dramatic home with multi-generational use, it is nestled on 11.95 acres bordered by Terrells Creek. The kitchen and living room are open to each other featuring hardwood flooring, vaulted ceilings, large windows with lots of light and high quality craftsman architecture. The well designed and stylish kitchen has soapstone and butcher block counters with room for a dining room table and places to eat at the island. Ecologically appointed with a Rinnai tankless water heater, Tulikivi soapstone radiant fireplace and electric/propane dual heating system. Bedrooms and bathroom on all 3 levels with a side-entry garage.

Who we are

We’re more than a real estate company. Whether you’re searching for that perfect new condo, selling a family home, or seeking the opportunity that comes from a parcel of land, we’ll be your confidant, your partner, and your advocate. We’re eager to share what we’ve learned throughout the years.

At the center of it all

Like Chapel Hill's artsy sibling. Carrboro is known for its farmers markets and vibrant community gatherings.
Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill isn't just home to UNC- this charming Southern town has also been hailed as one of America's Foodiest Small Towns by Bon Appetit.
Durham has gone through a stunning transformation, re-energizing its historic downtown to boast big-city amenities with a down-home feel. Boutique hotels, music festivals, trendy galleries? Durham's got it all, and more.
The quaint city of Graham is known for its award-winning children's museum, historic sites, and countless opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Long held as the Triangle's secret getaway for creative types, this town on the banks of the Eno River offers a mix of historic homes and new development, chock full of Southern charm.
Mebane is one of the fastest-growing communities in North Carolina. There's shopping aplenty, including Fifth Street books, which offers more than 100,000 titles.
Nestled in the rolling hills of the Piedmont and alongside the expansive Jordan Lake, Pittsboro is packed with pocket farms, farm-tot-table fare, and charming antique shops
This former mill town along the mighty Haw River is experiencing a cultural revival, thanks to independent businesses and a vibrant arts and music scene.
This bustling metro area serves as an Amtrak hub, making cities like New York just a train ride away. Visit the historic parks or take in a Minor League baseball game.

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Skip cooking dinner and join us tonight at Carrboro Elementary for Taste of Carrboro from 5:30-7:00. This year, there will be lots of American classics, plus Mexican, Spanish, Japanese, Israeli, New Zealand, Burmese, Argentinian, and many more dishes and yummy desserts to try. Boro Realty is a proud sponsor of this special event that raises money for the Helping Cubs Program, which provides everything from backpacks to holiday gifts to over 15% of CES students. Anyone can attend and tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for kids at the door. Hope to see you there! #bororealtync #integritymatters #carrboro #carrborocubs



Please help us wish Peggy Jennings a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! We are so grateful to have her as part of the Boro Realty family. #bororealtync #integritymatters #bigbirthdaywishes



Festifall is tomorrow y’all! #bororealtync #integritymatters #chapelhillnc #downtownchapelhill #carrboro #carrboronc #orangecountync



Hemp hop hooray! Just another day on the job. Shoutout to all the NC farmers making progress and making medicine. #bororealtync #integritymatters #nchemp #hugafarmer #ncfarm #nofarmsnofood #saxapahaw #saxapahawlove #saxapahawrealestate #carrboronc #carrbororealestate #teamnellnc



Congrats to listing agent Peggy Jennings! Sold in 2 days for $3k over asking price. 919-240-7016 #bororealtync #integritymatters #chapelhillncrealestate #orangecountyncrealestate #carrbororealestate #carrbororealestateagent



A big welcome to Boro’s newest addition, Melanie Girard. A little about Mel and her journey to and through real estate: The first time someone suggested to Melanie Girard that she get her real estate license, she laughed. That just wasn’t for her, she thought. After moving to Chapel Hill at the end of the ’80s, she’d graduated from UNC in three years, worked briefly in advertising, and then, for years, ran a successful small business cleaning commercial awnings. She enjoyed the satisfaction of physical toil, customer service, and entrepreneurial independence. But rheumatoid arthritis insisted she look for a new career. Still, real estate? “The image,” Mel remembers, “was of a fluffy job, with no meat to it.” She took the class and then the test and found, much to her surprise, how involving real estate could be on so many levels. There was a lot more to it, turns out, than a pretty portrait on a yard sign. The legal requirements of the contracts were rigorous. The intimate interactions spoke to her passion for customer service, of helping people find what they needed in their lives. For the last two decades, Mel has done exactly that, working for agencies both large and small and ultimately starting her own firm. Meanwhile, she has raised two children at home in Chatham County, launched a series of local rock bands, and helped nearby senior citizens through an area nonprofit. As a realtor, such interests often connect her with clients who are experiencing intense life transitions, whether it be divorce, marriage, empty-nesting, or seniors looking to downsize. Those moments are a challenge for anyone, and she finds fulfillment in her job by making them less so, by reducing the load of the most burdensome times people will ever face. “Real estate is about being a human and understanding what folks are going through,” she says, “and, then, helping them along the way.” [email protected] #bororealtync #integritymatters #chathamcountyrealestate #chathamcountyrealtor #chathamcountync