Disgraced NRL star Jarryd Hayne is continuing to cash in on his impressive investment real estate portfolio, as he scrounges up cash ahead of his rape case appeal.
The former Eels fullback, 33, who was jailed for five years over the 2018 sexual assault of a woman in Newcastle, has listed one of his off-the-plan apartments purchased back in 2013 at the Koi building in Sydney’s Parramatta.
Hayne snapped up two units at the development costing $600,000 and $605,000.
The flat going on the market is a 17th floor two-bedroom apartment complete with two bathrooms and 90 sqm of internal space.
Real estate agency Laing + Simmons have started with an asking price of $670,000 for the Merfad Capital-built property which was completed in 2015.
Disgraced NRL star Jarryd Hayne (pictured wife Amelia) is continuing to cash in on his impressive investment real estate portfolio, as he scrounges up cash ahead of his rape case appeal
Hayne snapped up two units at the Koi building in Sydney’s Parramatta (pictured) costing $600,000 and $605,000
The flat going on the market is a 17th floor two-bedroom apartment (pictured) complete with two bathrooms and 90 sqm of internal space at an asking prices of $670,000
Hayne’s property portfolio was once worth more than $5million including terraces and cottages in Sydney’s trendiest suburbs.
He was at one stage earning north of $1million a year, both with the Parramatta Eels and Gold Coast Titans, making him the highest paid player in the NRL.
Hayne invested that salary into properties in Sydney’s eastern suburbs and elsewhere, but as his career crumbled and his legal bills started to add up, he has now offloaded almost all of them.
The NSW Blues representative now only has the two Koi flats and a modest family home on the Central Coast.
His former Darlinghurst home, which he attempted to rent out four different times, is described by real estate agents as a ‘chic inner city haven’ tucked away in a quiet, leafy enclave.
He offloaded the three-bedroom, two-bathroom 1890s terrace in late 2019 for $2.2 million after buying it for $1.58 million in 2013.
Rapist Jarryd Hayne is pictured reporting for bail at Woy Woy police station ahead of being jailed for a minimum three years and eight months
This prison cell at Parklea Correctional centre is a far cry from the luxury homes Hayne was once used to
Hayne had also purchased his former Paddington home famous for its pink door and finishings for $1.31 million in 2013, before selling it for $2.97million just five years later.
Both lavish properties are a far cry from his home on the NSW Central Coast, where his wife Amelia and daughter Beliviah live.
The pair tied the knot in a secret ceremony at Pullman Magenta Shores resort not far from their Central Coast home in January.
Hayne acquired the humble but spacious property in 2010 which has six bedrooms and a granny flat, but lacks the luxury finishings of his other Sydney homes.
Hayne’s property portfolio was once worth more than $5million including terraces and cottages in Sydney’s trendiest suburbs. Pictured: Hayne and wife Amelia are pictured with friends
His Darlinghurst home is described by real estate agents as a ‘chic inner city haven’ which is tucked away in a quiet, leafy enclave
‘This one is just right for a young family. The property consists of a rendered brick & tile house set on a private, level 696sqm block,’ a 2010 real estate advert read.
‘There’s plenty of living area, with a large lounge room at the front and a spacious family room at the rear.’
In May, Hayne was jailed for five years and nine months with a non-parole period of three years and eight months after being convicted of sexual assault.
The ex-rugby league superstar was found guilty of attacking a woman in her NSW Hunter bedroom on the night of the 2018 NRL grand final and forcibly performing oral and digital sexual intercourse on her.
Hayne’s purchased his former Paddington home famous for its pink door and finishings, for $1.31 million in 2013, before selling it for $2.97 million just five years later
District Court Judge Helen Syme said Hayne had to be jailed because non-consensual sexual intercourse was an extreme form of violence.
But Hayne is set to appeal the rape case which will once again go before the court in November.
He is currently being held in the Cooma Correctional Centre after being moved from Parklea prison over concerns for his safety.