Elon Musk Offloads 3 More Homes in LA, California for $40.9M

The world’s second-richest person Elon Musk has offloaded three more homes in Los Angeles, California. The properties are situated in the upscale area of Bel-Air cul-de-sac. The CEO of Tesla is continuing his departure to Texas as a protest at Golden State Lockdowns. The sales were closed last week. He has also sold two homes in the same area. Last year in 2020, he listed his seven mansions for sale in the Golden State. Musk has also said in a statement of moving to Texas after the lockdowns imposed in California. 

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Elon Musk Becomes World’s Second Richest Person

Source: Daily Mail
Source: Daily Mail

Last year, in 2020, Elon Musk overtook Bill Gates to become the world’s second-richest person. According to the Bloomberg Billionaire Index, he is falling right behind Jeff Bezos in terms of wealth. His net worth rose from $7.2 billion to $128 billion. In 2017, Jeff Bezos took the top spot of becoming the richest person in the world; since then, he has been on there.

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The 49-years-old businessman and entrepreneur is the co-founder of space exploration firm SpaceX. It was due to the fact after Tesla shares surged. It is an immense increase in the net worth anyone has witnessed till now. In a statement, Elon Musk said that he plans to move to Texas as the lockdowns in the Golden State California aren’t coming to an end. He has now sold his three more adjacent homes in Los Angeles, California. 

Elon Musk Offloads 3 More Homes in LA, California for $40.9M

Source: Daily Mail
Source: Daily Mail

Elon Musk offloads 3 more homes in LA, California, for $40.9M. He has previously sold two homes in California and continues his exodus to Texas as a protest against the Golden State’s lockdowns. The buyer’s identity is still unknown. However, in July, a letter of intent to buy the properties was formulated by Arya Chalon, LLC, led by mega-mansion developer Ardie Tavangarian. In May, Elon expressed his intentions to sell off the properties, and soon after the announcement, the mega-billionaire listed seven of his properties in the Californian State.