A few weeks ago, the property was sold for $2.2 million.
Today, the family of the land is on the hunt for the buyer and they’ve started a social media campaign to get their message out to people who might be interested in the property.
“The first thing that came to my mind was, I’ve got some friends that are real estate agents, and they said, you know, there’s a land on Vizag, and I thought, I’ll just get on the phone with them and see if I can sell it,” says the family’s daughter, Kristina Osterman.
Kristina says that when she called her uncle, he didn’t respond, so she called back and asked if he would be willing to sell.
Her uncle said yes, and Kristina was the first person he called.
“He was really kind of cool, and he was like, ‘Well, I’m sorry to tell you that I’ve sold this property for $7 million.
I’m just not able to do that right now,'” Kristina said.
“I was like like, I don’t know if I could sell it, but I can at least give it away.”
They’ve been working with the owner to get the property appraised, which will cost them about $20,000.
But there’s still a lot of work to be done, Kristin said.
Her dad says they are hoping that if people come forward, that the family will get a chance to sell the property for a little more money.
They’ve already been contacted by about two dozen people, but they are still looking for interested buyers.
Kristin Ostermann says she was excited to be able to finally sell the land and is looking forward to spending more time with her kids.
“You know, my oldest is a little bit older now, so I can’t go to school,” Kristina told ABC News.
“So I guess I’m kind of in the same boat as everyone else that’s in this situation.”