The name of the American Mark Zuckerberg has been echoed in recent years due to his great technology project that has managed to reach the whole world: Meta (formerly known as Facebook). By the middle of the year, the blue-logo social network had nearly 2.7 billion users.
From this account and given the massive impact of the platform on the world, Mark Zuckerberg has also established himself as one of the greatest millionaires of the twenty-first century, as other tech tycoons such as Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, Elon Musk – from Tesla – or Larry Page and Sergey Brin – Both are from google.
Zuckerberg’s fortune increased by more than 25 billion dollars in 2021. The Business Insider portal revealed how the American spends his assets amounting to 129 billion dollars.
The broker notes that Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan usually invest in early childhood education and medical research.
The above has attracted attention due to the fact that he has a lot of money, the Meta developer is not usually surrounded by the very rich.
However, this contrasts with other well-known investments from America. “It’s just jeans and T-shirts, although they are said to be much more expensive than they look because they cost hundreds and even thousands of dollars,” according to information from Business Insider.
The outlet adds that Zuckerberg has invested heavily in real estate. Proof of this is the purchase of a home of one thousand square meters in Palo Alto, California, United States. The space is priced at $7 million. Similarly, the billionaire bought four homes valued at more than $30 million.
The owner of the company, formerly known as Facebook, also owns property in the town of San Francisco Mission, also in California, where he invested more than $1 million for the renovation.
In the same way, he acquired real estate outside the city, namely on the islands of Kaua’i and Pila’a Beach, both of which are in Hawaii.
As for the cars a millionaire usually drives, they are “relatively cheap,” says Business Insider. It has been seen in cell phones such as the Acura TSX, Honda Fit, or Volkswagen Golf, which are worth about $30,000 or less.
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