8 dic 2021 13:15 GMT
In 2020, the businessman announced that he plans to get rid of “nearly all of his material possessions” because they distract him from higher goals, such as his mission to colonize Mars.
Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, was left homeless when he sold his last mansion, located in Hillsboro, California, a year and a half after promising to give up his vast real estate portfolio to focus on his mission to colonize Mars.
The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla bought the 10-bedroom 1,486-square-meter home for $23.3 million in 2017. Now the property has been sold for $30 million after initially being listed at $37.5 million. This historic mansion in Silicon Valley to 31.99 million in October, according to Mansion Global.
In 2020, a South African businessman ad That he planned to get rid of “nearly all of his material possessions” because it distracted him too much from the higher goals he pursued with his companies.
In the middle of this year a mask subscriber On his Twitter account that he had already sold all but one of his properties: “Yes, I sold my homes, except for one in the Bay Area. [de San Francisco] which are rented for events. Work on sustainable energy for the Earth with Tesla and protect the future of consciousness by going to multiple planets with SpaceX. “
Soon, the businessman hung He decided to sell his last remaining home. “It should only be for a big family that will live there,” he said. “It’s a special place.” In addition to, Certain Who currently lives in a modest home located on his space company’s building in Texas: “My main home is literally a house for about $50,000 in Boca Chica, Starbase, that I rent from SpaceX.”
This is the kind of home where Tweet embed Lives in in Boca. It is worth 400 square feet ~ 50 thousand dollars. He has sold literally all of his homes because he is focused on solving problems here on Earth and colonizing Mars and the property weighs heavily on his incredible dedication and commitment 👏 pic.twitter.com/LBoF1MS2YP
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