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The Block stars scramble to find buyers after two properties fail to sell

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The two teams that lost in the finale of The Block: Tree Change are desperately looking for buyers for their properties after failing to sell them in Sunday night’s finale.

Omar Slaimunkhel and Ozman ‘Oz’ Abu Malik were the winners, selling their property for $5,666,666 and breaking the $1.6 million record.

The Sydney-based best friends earned the most of all five block houses, well over $4.08 million in reserves.

Sunday night’s The Block: Tree Change finale saw one team take a record win, while the other two went karate. Omar Slaimunkhel and Ozman ‘Oz’ Abu Malik (pictured) were the winners and the property he sold for $5,666,666, a record over $1.6 million.

But there was also heartache when two couples, Uncle and Sharon and Dylan and Jenny, failed to sell their homes at auction.

Their property was handed over when they failed to attract bidders over the $4.08 million booking price.

The couple continued to negotiate with the highest bidder after filming.

But there was also heartache when two couples, Uncle and Sharon (pictured) and Dylan and Jenny, couldn't sell their homes at auction.

But there was also heartache when two couples, Uncle and Sharon (pictured) and Dylan and Jenny, couldn’t sell their homes at auction.

Their property was handed over when they failed to attract bidders over the $4.08 million booking price.

Their property was handed over when they failed to attract bidders over the $4.08 million booking price.

This isn’t the first time a block property has failed to sell at auction.

In Season 4 of 2011, Josh and Jenna, Rod and Tania were handed over the house they built on Cameron Street in Richmond, Vic.

“It’s been a bittersweet day. We’ve had incredible highs and crushing lows for our Blockheads. Blockheads have worked the hardest I’ve ever seen to deliver these homes.” was

The couple continued to negotiate with the highest bidder after filming.

The couple continued to negotiate with the highest bidder after filming.

Ankur and Sharon, and Dylan and Jenny are still accepting offers to buy their homes.

Ankur and Sharon, and Dylan and Jenny are still accepting offers to buy their homes.

“As we have seen many times before, we will continue negotiations with interested buyers to sell these homes that are still on the market.

Julian Cress, co-creator and executive producer of The Block, said of the shocking results:

“There were many registered bidders, but clearly something took the market by surprise.

This isn't the first time a block property has failed to sell at auction.  In Season 4 of 2011, the house built by Josh and Jenna, Rod and Tania on Cameron Street, Richmond, Vic was passed.Pictured: Sarah Jane and Jenny

This isn’t the first time a block property has failed to sell at auction. In Season 4 of 2011, the house built by Josh and Jenna, Rod and Tania on Cameron Street, Richmond, Vic was passed.Pictured: Sarah Jane and Jenny

“However, we believe the property is of incredible value and we believe it will soon find a new owner and offer contestants a well-deserved reward for their hard work.”

there was disappointment Blockheads Tom and Sarah Jane finished third, but had the lowest profit on the show since 2014.

They chose to be second in auction order, but their house only sold for $4,100,000.99.

Second place in the auction was Rachel & Ryan Carr, who negotiated to sell their home for $4,250,000, making a profit of $169,000.both are pictured

Second place in the auction was Rachel & Ryan Carr, who negotiated to sell their home for $4,250,000, making a profit of $169,000.both are pictured

This exceeded the reservation price of $4.08 million by just $20,000.99.

“It wasn’t our future.

‘The ultimate high with the boys and now the ultimate low.

“That’s how the cookie crumbles. You can’t change it. Roll it together.”

The couple told the Daily Mail Australia they plan to set aside profits for rainy days. Told

The couple told the Daily Mail Australia they plan to set aside profits for rainy days. Told

Scott tried to comfort the clearly upset pair, saying, “I just feel devastated without you… you didn’t deserve it. We need more.” It was worth it, I don’t know what’s going on.

Second place at the auction was Rachel and Ryan Carr, who negotiated to sell their home for $4.25 million, making a profit of $169,000.

The couple told the Daily Mail Australia that they plan to put away their profits for the rainy day.

Fan favorites Tom and Sarah Jane came in third, but didn't bring in the big bucks.both are pictured

Fan favorites Tom and Sarah Jane came in third, but didn’t bring in the big bucks.both are pictured

“This is about recouping what it cost us to be here,” Ryan said.

“We’re not spending money. This goes directly into our savings,” Rachel added.

Omar and Oz’s billionaire friends are caught up in a bidding war with IT entrepreneur Danny Wallis that night.

“It wasn’t our future.

Having purchased eight blocks over the years, spending a total of nearly $30 million, Mr. Wallis didn’t want to let go of his home and increased the bid until it won.

“It put a big smile on our faces,” Oz told the Daily Mail Australia after the win.

However, Omar and Oz co-star Jenny Heath insisted the pair wouldn’t have won if their friends hadn’t bid on them that day.

“They’ve been dating that guy for the last few weeks. We know the game they’ve been playing,” she said.

Depicts Omar and Oz's wonderful home

Depicts Omar and Oz’s wonderful home

“It put a big smile on our faces,” Oz told the Daily Mail Australia after the win.

Omar and Oz have created five- and three-bedroom properties where resort-style amenities, such as solar-heated pools, are one of the biggest draws.

The property also features full-size multi-function courts for tennis, basketball, or soccer.

A Caesarstone Falls benchtop and splashback, wine refrigerator, and serving bar are all great features in the kitchen.

A Caesarstone Falls benchtop and splashback, wine refrigerator, and serving bar are all great features of Omar and Oz's kitchen.

A Caesarstone Falls benchtop and splashback, wine refrigerator, and serving bar are all great features of Omar and Oz’s kitchen.

Omar and Oz could hardly contain their smiles as they posed with host Scott Kam

Omar and Oz could hardly contain their smiles as they posed with host Scott Kam

Their dining and living spaces also showcase soaring ceilings with exposed timber beams and concrete floors.

“I’m really happy to win this year. We had a plan and we did it,” Oz said.

“It’s a competition, but it really hurts to see each team come after us and not get the results they wanted.”

“It took some getting used to, but it felt great to win after hard work. added.

Fellow co-stars weren't impressed with Omar and Oz's victory after their billionaire friend got into a bidding war with IT entrepreneur Danny Wallis (left).

Fellow co-stars weren’t impressed with Omar and Oz’s victory after their billionaire friend got into a bidding war with IT entrepreneur Danny Wallis (left).

List of blocks 2022

House 1 – Tom and Sarah Jane

Stunning architectural design meets luxurious country living.

Address: 191 McGeorge Road, Gisborne VIC 3437

Listing: 5 beds, 3 baths.

Price Guide: $4M to $4.4M

Sale Price: $4,100,000.99

House 2 – Rachel and Ryan

Luxurious lodge country living is in the heart of this spectacular state-of-the-art vineyard.

Address: 197 McGeorge Road, Gisborne VIC 3437

Listing: 5 beds, 3 baths

Price Guide: $4M to $4.4M

Selling Price: $4,250,000

House 3 – Sharon and Uncle

“Gunyah” – Luxurious country living with spectacular mountain views.

Address: 223 McGeorge Road, Gisborne VIC 3437

Listing: 5 beds, 3 baths

Price Guide: $4M to $4.4M

not for sale

House 4 – Dylan and Jenny

Area, scenery, luxurious country life.

Address: 225 McGeorge Road, Gisborne VIC 3437

Listing: 5 beds, 3 baths

Price Guide: $4M to $4.4M

not for sale

HOUSE 5 – Omar and Oz

Sustainable luxury lifestyle.

Address: 241 McGeorge Road, Gisborne VIC 3437

Listing: 5 beds, 3 baths

Price Guide: $4M to $4.4M

Selling Price: $5,666,666

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