There are a million reasons why Taylor Swift's obsessive tendencies in relationships are paying off.
It may not get her the lasting relationship she so desperately wants, but at least Taylor can cry herself to sleep on a pile of money. Despite the real estate market tanking across the country, Taylor made a cool $1 million profit on selling the Cape Cod mansion she purchased last summer to be near then-boyfriend Conor Kennedy.
Taylor bought the property for $4.8 million just last August and sold it for $5.675 million... to a couple who wanted to buy the home last year before she snapped it up. Though she barely spent any time there, she made several home improvements including renovating the kitchen and most of the bathrooms.
Despite the hefty price tag, the home was a major steal considering that it was originally on the market two years ago for $13.5 million. Located on a private road with a security guard, the home offers a private beach with stunning views of Nantucket Sound and a guest house for visitors, according to Daily Mail.
However, Taylor is denying ever buying the house to begin with! “People say... that I apparently buy houses near every boy I like — that’s a thing that I apparently do. If I like you I will apparently buy up the real estate market just to freak you out so you leave me,” she said to Vanity Fair. "If there’s a house rumor, they’ll find out it’s not true when you are actively not ever spotted at that house.”
Despite her claims, realtor Bob Kinlin says he sold the house to Taylor but never met her personally, according to E! News. Other sources also claim that she bought the property but did so with the intention of it being a "house flip," or a short-term real estate investment for profit.
Do you believe Taylor on this one?
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