Taylor Swift is nothing if not a high achiever – at this week’s MTV Europe Music Awards she won an amazing three awards – Best Female Act, Best Live Act and Best Look. That’s one to go in each of her houses. But she’ll need another award soon: after a recent stay in London, it has emerged that the 22-year-old country singing star is looking to buy her fourth house, somewhere in London.
Apparently Taylor has fallen in love with our fair city and we can’t blame her for that. She is now looking to find a suitable property that she can use as a base for when she’s touring in the UK and Europe. This will be in addition to her 1920s mansion in her home state of Tennessee, a sprawling Beverley Hills property and her latest purchase, a vast ocean-front house in Hyannis Port Massachusetts.
Taylor Swift started her career as a country singer at the age of 14 and has since become a massive star in America. With her third single she became the youngest person to single-handedly write and perform a number one song on the US country chart, and since then she has continued breaking records – including selling 1.2 million albums since the release of her new record, Red, last month – more than any other American artist for the past ten years.
There’s no news yet as to whereabouts in London Taylor will be home-hunting, or whether she’s looking for a house or an apartment. However, London has so much to offer and so many different styles of architecture, she’ll certainly be spoilt for choice. We would suggest that for someone as busy as Taylor obviously is, the services of a professional relocation agent could make all the difference. For example, our home finding services include helping to locate suitable properties, in the right area, at the right price, and all the administrative aspects to any move.
It should always be remembered that estate agents represent sellers. Their job is to get the best price for the seller. Our role is the reverse – to get the best price and terms for the buyer. Plus, our home finding service makes the whole process stress-free.