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When you meet Michael Enscore of Veritas Construction, be prepared for a good laugh or at least a joke. But behind that jovial and easy-going personality is a man serious about building a quality custom home second to none, upon the foundation of ‘truth’ translated as Veritas in Latin.

As the First Vice President of the North Carolina Home Builders

Association, Michael is legislatively influential and heavily involved in the decision-making body of the building industry. This awareness and knowledge is especially beneficial to his clients, particularly when it Michael Enscore, President Veritas Construction

affects the bottom dollar. Always up for a professional challenge, Michael took on the

responsibility as Developer and Builder for his new neighborhood, Briarcliffe Village, near Wake

Forest University. Behind the scenes, you can see the perfectionist in him come out - just ask his

architect about the 43 revisions he made to the construction plans. Michael’s detail-oriented nature displayed foreshadows the level of patience he has throughout and after the custom home building

process. He expects the same high quality results of his subcontractors for any home he builds, as if he were building it for himself.

Constantly learning and taking advantage of the best education available to the building industry, Michael stays current on materials, products, services and design trends. The artist in him shows

through his transparently refined and elegantly edgy style – a perfect pairing in design that makes lasting impressions on each of his homes for years to come. Veritas Construction has participated multiple times in the "Builders Blitz" for Habitat for Humanity. By raising money, donating materials and Michael’s labor as well as the use of his subcontractors, in 5 days from start to finish, Veritas has assisted in completing 5 homes for well-deserving Triad families. Michael has also been very active in the Körner’s Folly Foundation and currently serves on Home Builders Association of Winston Salem’s Board of Directors.

A native of Forsyth County residing in Kernersville, Michael received firsthand experience from his father, a second-generation builder, who worked 50 plus years in the custom and commercial

construction industry. Three generations of building knowledge and a passion for both the Triad and quality construction led to the establishment of Veritas Construction in 1992

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Briarcliffe Village is a quaint neighborhood nestled in the midst of many fine amenities including Reynolda Village and Gardens, Wake Forest University, Reynolda Shopping Center, Summit private school, churches, banks, and other businesses. It’s a short drive to Pilot Mountain and Hanging Rock State Parks, to name a few. The location is just one feature that makes this new community a destination. The developers of this site recognized a need for new homes that offered main level living with flexible floor plans and nice finishes. Small lots on either a cul-de-sac or dead end streets provide a small neighborhood feel with easy maintenance. These all brick homes will feature attached double garages, casual open concepts, and optional bonus spaces and screened porches. Interior finishes will include hard wood floors, granite counters, separate showers, and stainless appliances. Fireplaces and kitchen islands round out the central living space. Designer lighting and plumbing packages make the process of building easy in Briarcliffe Village. Veritas Construction is the custom builder for all 21 homesites. Veritas is a Gold Parade of Homes winner and is currently building in Brookberry Farm, Salem Glen, Wellington, Summerlyn, and now Briarcliffe Village. Veritas will offer 7 new floor plans that will work on different lots to prospective homeowners. There will surely be one that meets your needs ranging from 1800 to 2700 square feet of heated space. Michael Enscore of Veritas Construction is a third-generation builder and is well versed at answering your questions and offering sound advice when building your home from the ground up. Winston Salem History

The city of Winston-Salem is a product of the merging of the two neighboring towns of Winston and Salem in 1913. Salem

The origin of the town of Salem dates to January 1753, when Bishop August Gottlieb Spangenberg, on behalf of the Moravian Church, selected a settlement site in the three forks of Muddy Creek. He called this area "die Wachau" (Latin form: Wachovia) named after the ancestral estate of Count Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf. The land, just short of 99,000 acres (400 km2), was subsequently purchased from John Carteret, 2nd Earl Granville. On November 17, 1753, the first settlers arrived at what would later become the town of Bethabara. This town, despite its rapid growth, was not designed to be the primary settlement on the tract. Some residents expanded to a nearby settlement called Bethania in 1759. Finally, lots were drawn to select among suitable sites for the location of a new town. The town established on the chosen site was given the name of Salem (from "Shalom" meaning "Peace", after the Canaanite city mentioned in the Book of Genesis) chosen for it by the Moravians' late patron, Count Zinzendorf. On January 6, 1766, the first tree was felled for the building of Salem. Salem was a typical Moravian settlement congregation with the public buildings of the congregation grouped around a central square, today Salem Square. These included the church, a Brethren's House and a Sisters' House for the unmarried members of the Congregation, which owned all the property in town. For many years only members of the Moravian Church were permitted to live in the settlement. This practice had ended by


the American Civil War. Many of the original buildings in the settlement have been restored or rebuilt and are now part of Old Salem Museums & Gardens.

Historic Winkler Bakery in Old Salem

Salem was incorporated as a town in December 1856. Salem Square and "God's Acre", the Moravian Graveyard, since 1772 are the site each Easter morning of the world-famous Moravian sunrise service. This service, sponsored by all the Moravian church parishes in the city, attracts thousands of worshipers each year.

Winston

In 1849, the Salem congregation sold land north of Salem to the newly formed Forsyth County for a county seat. The new town was called "the county town" or Salem until 1851 when it was named Winston for a local hero of the Revolutionary War, Joseph Winston. For its first two decades, Winston was a sleepy county town. In 1868, work began by Salem and Winston business leaders to connect the town to the North Carolina Railroad. That same year, Thomas Jethro Brown of Davie County rented a former livery stable and established the first tobacco warehouse in Winston. That same year, Pleasant Henderson Hanes, also of Davie, built his first tobacco factory a few feet from Brown's warehouse. In 1875, Richard Joshua Reynolds, of Patrick County, Virginia, built his first tobacco factory a few hundred feet from Hanes's factory. By the 1880s, there were almost 40 tobacco factories in the town of Winston. Hanes and Reynolds would compete fiercely for the next 25 years, each absorbing a number of the smaller manufacturers, until Hanes sold out to Reynolds in 1900 to begin a second career in textiles. Winston-Salem is called the "Twin City" for its dual heritage and "City of the Arts and Innovation" for its dedication to fine arts and theater and technological research. "Camel City" is a reference to the city's historic involvement in the tobacco industry related to locally based R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company's Camel cigarettes. In 2012, the city was listed among the 10 best places to retire in the U.S. by CBS MoneyWatch. Winston-Salem has seen an explosion in growth and urbanization in the downtown area with hotels, entertainment, and apartments being constructed. In 2017, the city was ranked the second-most livable downtown in America by the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Source: Wilkipedia

Source: Winston Salem Chamber of Commerce


Plan Pricing & Lot Placement The Grace - Starting at $334,900 - One Level - 3 BR - 1,905 SQ FT • •

3 BR + Bonus - 2,347 SQ FT -Price to be determined Fits on Lots 5-8, 10, 12, 14, 15

The Reynolda - Starting at $359,900 - One Level - 3 BR - 2,007 SQ FT • • •

3 BR + Bonus - 2,392 SQ FT -Price to be determined Alternate Master Bath with Tub Option -Price to be determined Fits on Lots 8, 10, 12, 15

The Hanes - Starting at $363,900 - One Level - 3 BR - 2,040 SQ FT (Lot #2) • • • • •

3 BR + Bonus & 3rd Bath - 2,528 SQ FT - Price to be determined 2 Elevations Optional Master Bath -Price to be determined Fits on Lots 1-4, 8, 12-13, 16-21 Architect’s Notes: Screened Porch 1-4, 8, 13, 16-21; Patio only same as above plus Lot 20

The Bethania - Starting at $369,900 - One Level - 3 BR - 2,074 SQ FT • • •

3 BR + Bonus - 2,599 SQ FT -Price to be determined Alternate Master Bath with Tub Option -Price to be determined Fits on Lots 8, 10, 12, 15

The Hathaway - Starting at $379,900 - 3 BR + Loft - 2,146 SQ FT (Lot# 18) • • •

3 BR + Loft & Bonus - 2,439 SQ FT -Price to be determined 2 Elevations Fits on Lots 1-9, 11-21

The Bailey - Starting at $397,700 - 3 BR - 2,326 SQ FT • •

Optional Bonus - 2,704 SQ FT -Price to be determined Fits on Lots 1-4, 8-9, 12-13, 16-21

The Bethabara - Starting at $419,900 - 4 BR – 2,413 SQ FT • •

4 BR + Bonus - 2,696 SQ FT -Price to be determined Fits on Lots 8-18

All plans are priced for slab foundation. Prices & plans subject to change at Builder’s discretion. Plans not to be duplicated. 8/3/19

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Allegacy Federal Credit Union helps you be your best by

providing the smart, affordable financing you need to accomplish your goals.

We’d love to help finance the building of your dream home at Briarcliffe Village. With our construction-permanent combination program, your lot, construction and mortgage can all be covered under one simple and convenient loan.

Ideal for those interested in the small neighborhood feel, easy maintenance, premium amenities and the power to design the home of their dreams.

WE ASSIST FROM START TO FINISH From pre-qualifying to choosing a plan, from breaking ground to completion and a permanent mortgage; it’s our goal to help you navigate the new construction process. • Choose your lot at Briarcliffe Village + Meet with Veritas Construction to build the home that meets your needs • As the preferred lender for Briarcliffe Village, we have full-time

• • • •

Jackie Alexander| NMLS# 551909 336.774.2708 jalexander@allegacy.org

construction lenders available to help and provide you with special offerings designed to help you make smart financial choices Local decisions and local inspection-draw process Two-time closing program with flexible terms, credit is given for fees paid toward the permanent closing Our consultation sessions are designed to prepare you for the complete process Our experienced loan officers can offer a wide array of mortgage products for the permanent financing

Jennifer Chrysson| NMLS# 71577 336.774.2656 jchrysson@allegacy.org Bob Church| NMLS# 76214 336.774.4135 bchurch@allegacy.org David Zufelt| NMLS# 598499 336.774.2737 dzufelt@allegacy.org

All loans are subject to credit & property approval. Rates are based on your credit history and profile. Rates, terms and products are subject to change without notice. Certain restrictions may apply. First mortgages are available in CA, CT, DE, District of Columbia, FL, GA, IL, IN, MD, NJ, NY, NC, PA, SC, TX, VA, WV.


Lot Reservation Agreement

Lot No. _____

THIS WILL ACKNOWLEDGE receipt of a deposit in the amount One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) as consideration for Briarcliffe Village LLC (Seller) reserving for the benefit of Buyer the property known as Lot No. ____as shown on the preliminary plat map of Briarcliffe Village, which will be recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds of Forsyth County, North Carolina. This deposit will be held in escrow by Hatfield Mountcastle Deal VanZandt and Mann,LLP according to the agreed upon terms of this Lot Reservation which are as follows: Seller agrees to reserve the lot until the _____ day of __________ 20__. Before the expiration of this agreement, Buyer agrees to diligently work with Veritas Construction (“Builder”) concerning plans, price and specifications for a custom home to be built on the reserved lot and enter into a binding contract with Builder for the purchase of the reserved lot and the construction of a custom home (stating price, financing terms and conditions, building plans and specifications), or indicate that Buyer is not interested in entering into said contract. Should Buyer decide to enter into contract with Builder for the purchase of the reserved lot and the construction of a custom home, the buyer will submit a 10% non-refundable building deposit, which will be applied toward down payment, to Builder at time of contract and $1,000 lot reservation fee shall be refunded to Buyer. At any time prior to the expiration of this Lot Reservation Agreement, Buyer may terminate this agreement and the deposit will be refunded to Buyer. In the event Buyer has not entered into a binding contract for the purchase of property by 5 pm on the ____ day of ________ 20__, and provided the Builder with a 10% non-refundable deposit, then, without notice, this Lot Reservation Agreement will automatically terminate and the $1,000 lot reservation fee will be refunded to Buyer.

Buyer Name (PLEASE PRINT)

Seller Name (PLEASE PRINT)

Buyer Signature

Date

Seller Signature

Date

Buyer Name (PLEASE PRINT)

Seller Name (PLEASE PRINT)

Buyer Signature

Date

Seller Signature

Agent/Company (PLEASE PRINT)

Agent/Company (PLEASE PRINT)

Buyer’s Agent Signature

Seller’s Agent Signature

Prices & plans subject to change at Builder’s discretion. Plans not to be duplicated. 8/3/19

Date


Working with Real Estate Agents When buying or selling real estate, you may find it helpful to have a real estate agent assist you. Real estate agents can provide many useful services and work with you in different ways. In some real estate transactions, the agents work for the seller. In others, the seller and buyer may each have agents. And sometimes the same agents work for both the buyer and the seller. It is important for you to know whether an agent is representing you as your agent or simply assisting you while acting as an agent of the other party. This brochure addresses the various types of agency relationships that may be available to you. It should help you decide which relationship you want to have with a real estate agent. It will also give you useful information about the various services real estate agents can provide buyers and sellers, and it will help explain how real estate agents are paid.

Sellers Seller's Agent If you are selling real estate, you may want to “list” your property for sale with a real estate firm. If so, you will sign a “listing agreement” authorizing the firm and its agents to represent you in your dealings with buyers as your seller’s agent. You may also be asked to allow agents from other firms to help find a buyer for your property. Be sure to read and understand the listing agreement before you sign it. Your agent must give you a copy of the listing agreement after you sign it. Duties to Seller: The listing firm and its agents must • promote your best interests • be loyal to you • follow your lawful instructions • provide you with all material facts that could influence your decisions • use reasonable skill, care and diligence, and • account for all monies they handle for you. Once you have signed the listing agreement, the firm and its agents may not give any confidential information about you to prospective buyers or their agents without your permission so long as they represent you. But until you sign the listing agreement, you should avoid telling the listing agent anything you would not want a buyer to know. Services and Compensation: To help you sell your property, the listing firm and its agents will offer to perform a number of services for you. These may include • helping you price your property • advertising and marketing your property • giving you all required property disclosure forms for you to complete • negotiating for you the best possible price and terms • reviewing all written offers with you and • otherwise promoting your interests. For representing you and helping you sell your property, you will pay the listing firm a sales commission or fee. The listing agreement must state the amount or method for determining the sales commission or fee and whether you will allow the firm to share its commission with agents representing the buyer.

Dual Agent You may even permit the listing firm and its agents to represent you and a buyer at the same time. This “dual agency relationship” is most likely to happen if an agent with your listing firm is working as a buyer’s agent with someone who wants to purchase your property. If this occurs and you have not already agreed to a dual agency relationship in your listing agreement, your listing agent will ask you to amend your listing agreement to permit the agent to act as agent for both you and the buyer. It may be difficult for a dual agent to advance the interests of both the buyer and seller. Nevertheless, a dual agent must treat buyers and sellers fairly and equally. Although the dual agent owes them the same duties, buyers and sellers can prohibit dual agents from divulging certain confidential information about them to the other party. Some firms also offer a form of dual agency called “designated agency” where one agent in the firm represents the seller and another agent represents the buyer. This option (when available) may allow each “designated agent” to more fully represent each party. If you choose the “dual agency” option, remember that since a dual agent’s loyalty is divided between parties with competing interests, it is especially important that you have a clear understanding of • what your relationship is with the dual agent and • what the agent will be doing for you in the transaction. Page 1 of 4 STANDARD FORM 160 NC REC 3/1/2013 © 7/2018


Buyers When buying real estate, you may have several choices as to how you want a real estate firm and its agents to work with you. For example, you may want them to represent only you (as a buyer’s agent). You may be willing for them to represent both you and the seller at the same time (as a dual agent). Or you may agree to let them represent only the seller (seller’s agent or subagent). Some agents will offer you a choice of these services. Others may not.

Buyer's Agent Duties to Buyer: If the real estate firm and its agents represent you, they must • promote your best interests • be loyal to you • follow your lawful instructions • provide you with all material facts that could influence your decisions • use reasonable skill, care and diligence, and • account for all monies they handle for you. Once you have agreed (either orally or in writing) for the firm and its agents to be your buyer’s agent, they may not give any confidential information about you to sellers or their agents without your permission so long as they represent you. But until you make this agreement with your buyer’s agent, you should avoid telling the agent anything you would not want a seller to know. Unwritten Agreements: To make sure that you and the real estate firm have a clear understanding of what your relationship will be and what the firm will do for you, you may want to have a written agreement. However, some firms may be willing to represent and assist you for a time as a buyer’s agent without a written agreement. But if you decide to make an offer to purchase a particular property, the agent must obtain a written agency agreement before writing the offer. If you do not sign it, the agent can no longer represent and assist you and is no longer required to keep information about you confidential. Be sure to read and understand any agency agreement before you sign it. Once you sign it, the agent must give you a copy of it. Services and Compensation: Whether you have a written or unwritten agreement, a buyer’s agent will perform a number of services for you. These may include helping you • find a suitable property • arrange financing • learn more about the property and • otherwise promote your best interests. If you have a written agency agreement, the agent can also help you prepare and submit a written offer to the seller. A buyer’s agent can be compensated in different ways. For example, you can pay the agent out of your own pocket. Or the agent may seek compensation from the seller or listing agent first, but require you to pay if the listing agent refuses. Whatever the case, be sure your compensation arrangement with your buyer’s agent is spelled out in a buyer agency agreement before you make an offer to purchase property and that you carefully read and understand the compensation provision.

Dual Agent You may permit an agent or firm to represent you and the seller at the same time. This “dual agency relationship” is most likely to happen if you become interested in a property listed with your buyer’s agent or the agent’s firm. If this occurs and you have not already agreed to a dual agency relationship in your (written or oral) buyer agency agreement, your buyer’s agent will ask you to amend the buyer agency agreement or sign a separate agreement or document permitting him or her to act as agent for both you and the seller. It may be difficult for a dual agent to advance the interests of both the buyer and seller. Nevertheless, a dual agent must treat buyers and sellers fairly and equally. Although the dual agent owes them the same duties, buyers and sellers can prohibit dual agents from divulging certain confidential information about them to the other party. Some firms also offer a form of dual agency called “designated dual agency” where one agent in the firm represents the seller and another agent represents the buyer. This option (when available) may allow each “designated agent” to more fully represent each party. If you choose the “dual agency” option, remember that since a dual agent’s loyalty is divided between parties with competing interests, it is especially important that you have a clear understanding of • what your relationship is with the dual agent and • what the agent will be doing for you in the transaction. This can best be accomplished by putting the agreement in writing at the earliest possible time. Page 2 of 4 STANDARD FORM 160 NC REC 3/1/2013 © 7/2018


Seller's Agent Working With a Buyer If the real estate agent or firm that you contact does not offer buyer agency or you do not want them to act as your buyer agent, you can still work with the firm and its agents. However, they will be acting as the seller’s agent (or “subagent”). The agent can still help you find and purchase property and provide many of the same services as a buyer’s agent. The agent must be fair with you and provide you with any “material facts” (such as a leaky roof) about properties. But remember, the agent represents the seller—not you—and therefore must try to obtain for the seller the best possible price and terms for the seller’s property. Furthermore, a seller’s agent is required to give the seller any information about you (even personal, financial or confidential information) that would help the seller in the sale of his or her property. Agents must tell you in writing if they are sellers’ agents before you say anything that can help the seller. But until you are sure that an agent is not a seller’s agent, you should avoid saying anything you do not want a seller to know. Sellers’ agents are compensated by the sellers.

Disclosure of Seller Subagency (Complete, if applicable) ❒ When showing your property and assisting you in the purchase of a property, the above agent and firm will represent the SELLER. For more information, see “Seller’s Agent Working with a Buyer” in the brochure. Agent’s Initials Acknowledging Disclosure: ____________

For Buyer/Seller Agent Name:

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License Number: _______________________ Firm Name:

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Date:

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Working with Real Estate Agents Agents must retain this acknowledgment for their files. This is not a contract By signing, I acknowledge that the agent named below furnished a copy of this brochure and reviewed it with me. Buyer or Seller Name (Print or Type): ____________________________________________________ Buyer or Seller Signature:

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Buyer or Seller Name (Print or Type): ____________________________________________________ Buyer or Seller Signature:

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Date: ___________________________ Firm Name: _________________________________________________________________________ Agent Name: ________________________________________________________________________ License Number: __________________

Disclosure of Seller Subagency (Complete, if applicable) ❒ When showing your property and assisting you in the purchase of a property, the above agent and firm will represent the SELLER. For more information, see “Seller’s Agent Working with a Buyer” in the brochure. Buyer’s Initials Acknowledging Disclosure: ____________ (Note: This brochure is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a contract for service.) The North Carolina Real Estate Commission P.O. Box 17100 • Raleigh, North Carolina 27619-7100 919/875-3700 Web Site: www.ncrec.gov REC 3.45 3/1/13

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New custom homes under construction in Winston Salem, NC!!! Contact Blue Door Group for plans, pricing & lot reservation info | 336-747-3245...