Elon Musk has decided that his many million-dollar houses are no longer necessary. And apparently, neither are any of his other worldly goods.
In May, the billionaire Tesla and SpaceX CEO tweeted that he would be "selling almost all physical possessions. Will own no house." A few days later, he listed four mansions in the Los Angeles area up for sale for a total of $137 million.
Hey, when it comes to real estate, the 48-year-old billionaire keeps his word. Among Musk's real estate portfolio are Gene Wilder's former home, a $30 million mansion in Los Angeles and a historic 100-year-old mansion on the San Francisco Peninsula with an amazing history.
Come take a look at Musk's seven homes in California and find out why he decided to become the world's first billionaire renter.