Tori Spelling is determined to find a place to call home.
The mother of five was photographed touring three Los Angeles properties that were hosting open houses Tuesday afternoon.
For the outing, Spelling, 50, sported a blue Nirvana crop top and baggy jeans that showed off the waistline of her Calvin Klein underwear.
She completed her ’90s-inspired ensemble with black Converse, chunky chain necklaces and a matching bracelet.
The fresh-faced actress, who styled her hair down and straight, was seen walking the neighborhood with a presumed real estate agent.
It’s unclear if the area she toured is close to the $18,000-per-month rental home she recently moved into — and out of.
Spelling reportedly left the sprawling LA pad on Sunday shortly after settling in.
Photos obtained by the Daily Mail showed movers taking her belongings — including unlabeled boxes of clothes, toiletries and other household items — out of the four-bedroom, three-bathroom house in Woodland Hills, Calif., and loading them into a truck.
According to the outlet, the movers took Spelling’s things to a storage facility in Calabasas near the home she shared with her estranged husband, Dean McDermott.
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Though it’s unclear when the “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum first moved into the fully furnished abode, she had not been there very long.
But perhaps her recent neighborhood scare inspired her to relocate.
Last week, Spelling was forced to vacate the rental property after a neighbor was arrested with an AR-15 and a reported hostage.
The distressed star was snapped amid the frenzy, which reportedly involved an armed man who barricaded himself inside a home.
Though the man’s identity has not yet been revealed, he was seen wearing a white T-shirt, blue basketball shorts and sneakers as SWAT team officers whisked him away in handcuffs.
As for the Canadian TV host, 56, he was photographed visiting the luxury Commons at Calabasas shopping center on Tuesday less than two weeks after paparazzi caught him and his new girlfriend at a welfare office together.