A man who contracted Ebola in a Dallas-area apartment building last week may soon sell his Texas home for $5.7 million.

The sale is expected to be finalized within the next month.

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported that James A. Miller, a retired police officer and pastor, is the owner of a Dallas apartment complex that is undergoing renovations.

He is in the process of relocating to another area.

Miller said he has not yet received a letter from the county or city regarding the sale of the home.

He said he hopes to sell the property soon.

Miller is the son of two Dallas-based pastors, who also are members of the Church of the Saviour in Fort Worth, according to the Star-telegram.

He has been an outspoken critic of the federal government’s response to Ebola, calling the Dallas lockdown “an act of treason.”

Miller is a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church, which is headquartered in Dallas.

He has a home in the Dallas suburb of Woodland Park, where he has lived for more than 40 years.

The Texas Capitol was briefly locked down during the lockdown, forcing people to evacuate to the Texas Medical Center.

Miller’s home sits on a corner lot next to a church, and his neighbors say he has a large house with a large backyard.

He lives in the apartment complex, which houses about a dozen residents, according a statement from the Fort Worth city clerk’s office.

The building has a pool, spa, pool hall, fitness center, an indoor basketball court and a fire pit, according the statement.