Thinking about making a "switch" this year? Come visit the fastest growing neighborhood in all of North Carolina, this Saturday from 1-4pm and tour all of Domicile Realty's fantastic homes for
Make the Switch to Briar Chapel!
Thinking about making a "switch" this year? Come visit the fastest growing neighborhood in all of North Carolina, this Saturday from 1-4pm and tour all of Domicile Realty's fantastic homes for sale in this amazing neighborhood.
If a great new home wasn't enough, enter to win a brand new Nintendo Switch gaming console. The more Domicile Realty homes you visit, the greater chance you have to win!
We'll have our Briar Chapel experts on hand to answer whatever questions you might have about the neighborhood so even if you're just curious about what the best neighborhood in the Triangle has to offer, stop by!
And now for some legal stuff:
Disclaimer: Limit of one (1) entry per party per Domicile Realty listing visited. No purchase necessary. One (1) winner will receive an Nintendo Switch gaming console retail value approximately $299.99. The winner will be announced on Facebook pages and by email, no later than March 23, 2018. If a winner is ineligible or cannot be notified an alternate winner will be selected. This sweepstakes is open only to legal U.S. residents of (and currently located in) the 50 United States and the District of Columbia (excluding, without limitation, overseas military installations, Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories) who are 18 years of age or older. Void where prohibited by law. Contest is not an attempt to solicit clients affiliated with another real estate brokerage. Domicile Realty is a fair housing compliant agency.
Michael Cunningham is a Real Estate Broker as well as the go-to tech and marketing wiz at Domicile Realty. A native of Tennessee, Michael arrived in Chapel Hill by way of Washington, DC where he help....
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