Elon Musk has had another notch of success in his goal of selling all his Los Angeles properties, which he first offered for sale in a tantalizing series of tweets declaring that he was going to sell almost everything he owns had would have very few possessions.
The first buyer to purchase one of the homes was billionaire William Lei Ding, CEO of Netease NTES , one of the world’s largest online gaming businesses. Forbes estimates his net worth at $28.2 billion. Lei Ding purchased the largest of Musk’s Bel Air properties, a 7-bed, 11-bath mansion, for $29 million over the summer. This was a million dollars lower than the asking price, but $12 million more than Musk paid for the property in 2012.