The multi-talented Deion Sanders, former National Football League cornerback, Major League Baseball outfielder and current NFL Network analyst, is apparently in a bit of a desperate situation and wishes to quickly sell his 5,000 sq. ft. Dallas condo for what some in the real estate industry are saying is a song.
What may be adding to the pressure to sell the high-profile property in the renowned Azure building soon are Sanders’ current legal woes; he is presently in the middle of somewhat bitter divorce proceedings. The condo was listed almost immediately after his soon-to-be ex-wife Pilar claimed she had been attacked by Sanders’ aunt in her own home.
The dwelling has a listed price of $4.8 million, which is far below its estimated value of $6.5 million. Another similar unit in the Azure building is also on the market for the higher asking price. Sanders is so anxious to sell the property, according to reports, that he is engaging in last-minute renovations in order to lure potential buyers and get a quick sale settled.
Some are saying that the sale of the luxury condo is a necessity as Sanders has been ordered by the court to pay child support to the tune of $10,000 a month. Along with child support, Sanders must also pay Pilar’s legal fees, which at this point are close to costing $300,000. Sanders is supposedly thinking a quick sale may resolve a host of financial issues.