Report: Dan Snyder selling Potomac, Md. estate for record price


Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder is looking to cash in, in a number of different ways.

With his NFL team reportedly already up for sale, now the Commanders owner is reportedly selling his home in Potomac, Maryland.

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According to Washington Business Journal, Snyder is selling his 15-acre Potomac property "which has been quietly on the market for years," but now the property is expected to officially hit the listing sites this week.

Per WBJ, it's expected to be listed at $49 million, which would be a record haul for D.C. area residential real estate.

Although Snyder has been rumored to be considering taking up permanent residence in Europe, where he keeps his superyacht, his family also purchased a $48 million estate near Mt. Vernon in Virginia a year ago.

That purchase price was said to be the most expensive in the history of D.C. area real estate.

Snyder reportedly put this same Potomac home up for sale for a $49 million asking price in 2018, per WBJ.

Read the full story in the Washington Business Journal.

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