Best of luck to you,
With regards to the appliances, many people take the appliances when they walk away from a house however the stove and microwave (if built in) are considered attached and should be left. The refrigerator is considered personal property and unless negotiated into the deal, can be taken.
As far as the attached appliances and other attached items, those items are also property of the new owner and removal of those items can be cause for criminal charges against you. The attached items are part of the sale, just like the toilet, flooring, window coverings, etc.
"Cash for keys" seldom happens in a trustee sale acquisition but again, if you are able to negotiate something with the new owner, great.
Our team purchase properties on behalf of investors almost daily in the Phoenix metro area. And against popular perception, many of the homes are left behind by the previous owner in amazingly good condition. I believe it's a matter of pride; one may loose their home due to economic or other factors, but most people don't want to be thought of poorly.
Most likely you will be able to turn your life around to the positive after this experience. Take it as an education and learn from it. Best of luck to you.
If your lease has not expired, you may have to stay through the end of the lease. If you want to move early, talk to your landlord and see if you can terminate early. Be sure to get any agreement in writing.
I recommend talking to a lawyer if you are unsure of your rights under the written lease agreement. Link to landlord and tenant act below.