The bank listed it for sale on the MLS for 5 months at $674,900, required all offers to be cash, and had multiple offers. Considering the listing expired, and the owner is still the Bank of New York Mellon, I would speculate that the owners are in a lawsuit over it with the bank.
Anyway, just because trulia has viewings doesn't mean the house is actually for sale, or can be purchased. There are far too many caveats in real estate these days. If you have any other questions about any property in california, don't hesitate to ask. cj email@example.com
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I believe the "listing" is 695 MONTEBELLO DR, which has no dwelling but simply appears to be a 43,094 SF Lot that reverted back to the Bank on 3/11/11.
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