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TESLA CEO Elon Musk fulfills Pledge to 'own no home'

Dec 6, 2021
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has fulfilled his pledge to 'own no home' as he sold his California mansion for $30 Million on Thursday
Musk had said that he was selling almost all of his physical possessions to defuse criticism of his wealth. While speaking to podcast hos Joe Rogan, Musk said. "I think possessions kinda weigh you down. And they're kind of an attack vector. People say, "Hey, billionaire. You got all this stuff. 'well, now I don't have the stuff - now what are you gonna do?'
Musk reportedly owned seven houses in total. Six in Log Angeles and one in California. However, since he has sold all of his residential properties for a whopping $144 Million
From the first property he purchased in Bel Air to the quirky Gene Wilder house he owns, Elon Musk's homes were some of the finest mansions in Los Angeles with sprawling views of the city
The largest property sold by Musk was his Bel-Air mansion for $30 Million. The Tesla CEO had purchased the property in 2016 and it served as his primary residence, where he lived with his children
Hot on his selling spree, Musk then managed to sell four of his remaining Bel-Air properties. Three of these are tucked closely together, while the fourth property is built directly under it
Before he announced his intentions to sell all his properties, Musk was already on the quest to sell his Brentwood property in 2019. The home was only twenty minutes away from his former six Bel-Air properties. The mid-century modern home was sold for $4.49 Million.
Currently renting a modest tiny home worth around $50,000 at his SpaceX base in Texas, the mogul now does not have a single house to his name as the sale of his mega-mansion in San Francisco has been officially finalized for $30 Million