While it might very well have already been on the market for awhile, I just noticed for the first today that the Silver Spring's infamous "Double Murder" house is finally up for sale. Strangely, I can't seem to find any information online regarding the listing, even after browsing the listing agent's website. Perhaps they are intentionally keeping it "off the grid".
It will be quite interesting to see for what price this house ultimately sells, considering the tragic and violent events that have taken place there. Maryland law bars an agent from disclosing information on crimes that occurred in a property, but any potential buyer performing a basic level of due diligence will quickly discover the house's terrible history. This house has attained a level of infamy not just locally, but in the national media as well, where it has been lumped in with such other notorious dwellings as the Amityville Horror house.
Of course, there's always the chance that an unsuspecting buyer may receive a big shock after moving in, a situation that happened to Brian Betts himself, as he learned of the murder of the previous occupants after he had already completed the purchase of the house.
On the other hand, a non-superstitious person might just get quite the deal if most other prospective buyers are turned off by the house's history. The house is in quite a convenient location - it's just minutes from downtown Silver Spring and has easy access to the Beltway.