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Top Reasons NOT to Move to Potomac, MD! (unless you can handle them)

I grew up in Potomac, MD and loved it. In fact, when deciding where to raise my own family, I chose Potomac! Potomac is in Montgomery County and is one of the best places to live in Maryland. Living in Potomac offers residents a dense suburban feel while not being too far from Washington D.C.. In Potomac there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. … The public schools in Potomac are highly rated. But…it’s not for everyone.

Potomac is highly competitive and very expensive. While you can get more land for your money than its neighbor, Bethesda, you also need to upkeep that land. Your commute will be longer and your cost of living will be quite high.

In this video, we go through the top reasons NOT to move to Potomac.

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