Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million

U.S. tech tycoon Elon Musk announced on Twitter earlier this month that he plans to sell “almost all of his tangible properties” and has listed five properties listed for sale in California,media reported. The properties include four properties in Los Angeles for a total of $62.5 million and a Hillsborough mansion for $35 million.

Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million

The listings appear on Zillow’s website, showing that the owner is selling.

Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million

Earlier this month, Musk listed two Bel Air properties, one of which was owned by the late American comedian Gene Wilder, for a total of $39.5 million.

In an interview last week, Musk, 48, said it was wrong that more and more people were negative about the billionaire’s existence. But he admits: “Owning these properties has become a heavy burden.” Musk did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.

Musk is also the founder and chief executive of SpaceX, a U.S. space exploration technology company, and his net worth is about $39.3 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million

Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million

Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million

Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million

Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million

Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million

Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million

Lack of money? Musk to re-list five more properties in California for $100 million