Is "looking into potentially.... " a redundant statement?
Ex: We are looking into potentially moving our development from one source to another.
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Whether "potentially" and "looking into" are redundant depends on the facts of the situation. If we change Zabari's example to "I'm potentially looking into buying a house, I think it'll be a great investment", that would be redundant.
"My company is potentially changing health insurance suppliers; I've been assigned to look into it" isn't redundant because the entity that created the potential is distinct from the entity that is looking into it.