The multi-Grammy awarded songwriter, singer, and performer has accumulated millions of dollars in property investments.

An article by Yahoo says, “Taylor Swift is in her homeowner era.” The story also shares that “the Ticketmaster-crashing pop star owns a number of properties in the United States, to the tune of more than $150 million, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. That’s true even though she’s shaken off a few homes throughout the years, including a Cape Cod mansion and two four-bedroom houses in Beverly Hills.”

— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) March 19, 2023

The Wall Street Journal writes that “Taylor Swift got her start in the music industry at the tender age of 16, with the release of her eponymous country album in 2006. In the years since, the 12-time Grammy winner has transformed herself into a pop superstar and built her brand into a global powerhouse.” 

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The same article elaborates on Swift’s “recent decision to rerecord her older albums, ensuring that revenue from those streams go to her, caused a flurry of new standards from her label Universal Music Group NV to make sure other artists didn’t follow suit.” 

— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) March 20, 2023

The Wall Street Journal also shared some of the superstar’s homes in the United States. First is the $2.377 million investment in Adelicia condominium in 2009 located at Nashville, Tennessee  which is now estimated at $4 to $6 million in value, as well as P2.5 million for the Northumberland Estate in 2011, now with a current estimated value of $8 million. Second is the seven-bedroom that Swift paid $4.8 million for in 2012 at Hyannis Port, Cape Cod in Massachusetts that was sold for $5.6 million the following year. Third in the line-up is the P17.75 million Colonial style mansion in Westerly, R.I.,  paid for in 2013 and is currently valued at $30 million. Next up is Swift’s two penthouse units in the Sugar Loaf building at Tribeca, New York which she paid $19.95 million for in 2014, as well as the $18 million townhouse and $9.75 million apartment both paid for in 2017, with current estimated values of her Tribeca holdings at $45 million.

According to The Wall Street Journal, her “Eras Tour” sold “more than two million tickets in a single day and that along the way, she has become a savvy businesswoman who has often used her clout to shake up the music industry.”

Banner photo via Instagram @taylorswift.



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