Retired NRL star Beau Ryan lists his spacious two-bedroom Sydney investment property for $975,000

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    Retired NRL star Beau Ryan lists his spacious two-bedroom Sydney investment property for $975,000


    He’s been an active buyer and seller of Sydney property since retiring from the NRL.

    And now Beau Ryan is preparing to offload one of his investment properties, with the 36-year-old listing his Drummoyne apartment with a price guide of $975,000. 

    The two-bedroom, north-facing unit boasts water views from the living room and main bedroom, as well as the balcony. 

    Selling up: Beau Ryan is preparing to offload one of his investment properties, with the 36-year-old listing his Drummoyne apartment with a price guide of $975,000. Pictured with wife Kara

    Selling up: Beau Ryan is preparing to offload one of his investment properties, with the 36-year-old listing his Drummoyne apartment with a price guide of $975,000. Pictured with wife Kara

    The apartment, in the Bayview complex, features a floor area of almost 100sqm.

    Beau and wife Kara bought the apartment back in 2013, in the second-last year of his Rugby League career.

    The Amazing Race Australia host also owns investment properties in Warilla, Lake Illawarra and Windang.

    Luxury living: The apartment, in the Bayview complex, features a floor area of almost 100sqm

    Luxury living: The apartment, in the Bayview complex, features a floor area of almost 100sqm

    Rooms with a view: The two-bedroom, north-facing unit boasts water views from the living room and main bedroom, as well as the balcony

    Rooms with a view: The two-bedroom, north-facing unit boasts water views from the living room and main bedroom, as well as the balcony

    Ryan and his wife of nine years reside in Cronulla, in a $2.55 million house they purchased in 2016.

    The family formerly resided in Paddington. 

    The sale comes after Beau claimed he was earning a whopping $800,000 to host The Amazing Race Australia.

    But after revealing the number last February, there were some rumblings of doubt among media insiders concerning the eye-watering six-figure sum. 

    New digs: Ryan and his wife of nine years reside in Cronulla, in a $2.55 million house they purchased in 2016

    New digs: Ryan and his wife of nine years reside in Cronulla, in a $2.55 million house they purchased in 2016

    This figure is more likely his payment for a multi-year deal, which includes other duties at Channel 10 in addition to The Amazing Race, including appearances on The Morning Show.

    TV Blackbox editor and former 10 executive Rob McKnight told Daily Mail Australia: ‘It would have to be a multi-year deal. That’s a lot of money for a show that rates under 600,000 [metro viewers].

    ‘The hosts of The Project would be on just over half of that and they work all year round.’

    Mr McKnight noted that $800,000 per season would amount to ‘around $1.50 for every viewer watching the show’.

    He added: ‘Beau’s great but I just can’t see how 10 could justify such a cost in this environment for a short-run show. We know the [former] MasterChef judges were on a motza, but they delivered ratings and had been doing it for a long time.’ 

    Long term investment: Beau and wife Kara bought the apartment back in 2013, in the second-last year of his Rugby League career

    Long term investment: Beau and wife Kara bought the apartment back in 2013, in the second-last year of his Rugby League career

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