Jennifer Hawkins has insisted on several occasions that she and her husband Jake Wall don’t want to be known as “real estate flippers”.
When David ‘Kochie’ Koch used the term to refer to her at sunrise on Tuesday, the 36-year-old supermodel was visibly upset.
Kochie had introduced the interview segment by praising the blonde and describing her as the multitasking mom of someone who recently “flipped her waterfront home in Sydney.”
The seemingly innocuous statement referred to the recent sale of Jennifer and Jake’s $ 24 million Newport mansion – a piece of land the couple built on property they bought for $ 4 million in 2014.
Over three minutes after her interview, Jennifer suddenly snapped at Kochie about his introductory speech.
“You said we turned around! We didn’t turn our house over, ”Jennifer said firmly, pointing her finger at Kochie as she opened her eyes wide.
“You said we turned around!” Jennifer Hawkins, 36 (pictured), snapped at David ‘Kochie’ Koch, 64 for calling her and her husband, Jake Wall, “real estate flippers” at sunrise on Tuesday
Astonished, Kochie exclaimed, “Oh! You two are real estate moguls, however! You are doing so well. ‚
Jennifer, who broke into a very uncomfortable laugh, replied: “No, no … thank you.”
She went on to explain why she and her husband, the owner of a construction company, are nothing more than “fins” – a term used to describe people who buy property and sell it quickly for a profit.
“We didn’t turn our house over”: More than three minutes after her interview, Jennifer (left) suddenly snapped at Kochie (right) because of his introductory speech
Explanation: The Glamazon stated that she and Jake (right) simply sold their $ 24 million mansion in Newport in June because they “just wanted to get on with” their lives
The Glamazon stated that she and Jake just sold their $ 24 million mansion in Newport in June because they “just wanted to get on with their lives.”
,It is strange. You’re building a house for this time of your life and then you want to move on, ”she said.
In September, Jennifer and Jake splashed on one $ 6.9 million mansion on Sydney’s northern beaches.
New Fixer upper? In September, Jennifer and Jake splashed out on a $ 6.9 million mansion on Sydney’s northern beaches (pictured)
The house was previously owned by Dame Joan Sutherland and is the largest oceanfront property on the peninsula.
The couple have yet to confirm whether they plan to treat the 1950s property as a renovation project.
Tuesday’s interview comes just three months after WSFM’s Jennifer Jonesy And Amanda decidedly explained why she and Jake aren’t turning houses.
“I don’t know where this is coming from”: When Jennifer spoke to Jonesy and Amanda at WSFM in August, she insisted that she and her builder had nothing to do with “fins” – a term used to describe people who buy property Purpose of buy and resell quickly generate profit
‘We don’t really do house flip. I do not know where it is [came from]”Said Jennifer, adding that her decisions about buying and moving properties have always been motivated by” life changes “rather than profit.
“It’s like we’re just finding an amazing piece of land. Jake is a builder, so we had this passion and then something would change in our life and we would want to move to a different area, ”she explained.
“So we’d sell it after maybe three to four, five years. But it seems like a short time, but yes, no, definitely not house flipping, ”added Jennifer.
“Jake is a developer, so we had this passion”: Jennifer said her decision to buy and outsource real estate has always been driven by “life changes” rather than profit
Jennifer first entered the real estate market in 2006, two years after she was crowned Miss Universe.
The beauty spent $ 469,000 on a two-story house in Merewether, a suburb of her hometown of Newcastle.
She rented the three bedroom, two bathroom property for much of the time it was on her behalf before finally selling the residence for $ 782,000 in 2017.
Go go gone! In June, Jennifer and Jake finally sold their stunning $ 20 million mansion in Newport, Sydney, six months after it went on sale
Humble First Home: Real estate records show that Jennifer first hit the market in 2006 and bought this Merewether home for $ 469,000
On the Market: She rented the three-bedroom, two-bathroom property for much of the time it was on her behalf before finally selling the residence for $ 782,000 in 2017
The savvy Jennifer was clearly stricken with the real estate bug and added two properties to her portfolio in 2007.
In January of that year she bought another home in Newcastle’s Merewether area for $ 620,000.
Like their first property nearby, the house was two stories with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Jennifer rented the address for $ 530 a week before selling it for $ 731,000 in 2015.
The second property Jennifer bought in 2007 was a two bedroom apartment in Sydney’s Bondi.
She bought the upscale apartment off the plan for $ 895,000 before living at the address with Jake for several years.
Second Investment: In January 2007, Jennifer bought another home in Newcastle’s Merewether for $ 620,000
Buy up the neighborhood! Like their first property nearby, the house was two stories with three bedrooms and two bathrooms
Some time later, they got tired of the eastern suburbs and sold the property for $ 1.2 million in 2014.
By this point, Jennifer and Jake had already started building houses instead of simply buying them.
In 2010, the couple bought a cliff-top property in North Curl Curl for a whopping $ 1.3 million.
Bondi Apartment: Jennifer bought this swanky apartment off-plan in 2007 for $ 895,000. Seven years later, she and Jake sold it for $ 1.2 million
They then teamed up with renowned architect Koichi Takada to create an impressive three-story mansion.
The couple sold the North Curl Curl home in 2014 for a staggering $ 4.1 million.
Meanwhile, Jennifer and Jake bought another piece of land in the same suburb and had already started building another incredible mansion.
Room with a View: She bought the swanky apartment off the plan for $ 895,000 before living at the address with Jake for several years
They paid $ 1.66 million in 2013 for the block that was an old weatherboard house.
The couple demolished the house before Jake’s J Group project worked again with Koichi Takada to build another house.
Jennifer and Jake sold the North Curl curl residence in 2016 for around $ 5 million.
Dreams Come True: Jennifer and Jake bought a block of land in North Curl Curl and built this stunning mansion on it
The couple then acted and moved into a mansion in Sydney’s exclusive Northern Beaches suburb in Newport.
The house was built on land the couple bought for $ 4 million in 2014.
Jennifer and Jake sold the stunning mansion for a record $ 24.5 million this June, six months after they launched it.
Second home in North Curl Curl: The savvy couple built this resort-style residence on another block in the same suburb before selling it for around $ 5 million in 2016
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