Probably not. This is a posting by RealtyTrac. That means the price on Trulia is the amount of default of the homeowner. That is not the selling price.
Basically, in Burbank, you can expect to pay a minimum of 500k for a home of this type. And, in the case of auctions, it can be very risky. The banks sell "as is" meaning that they will not do any kind of inspection or adjustments.
If you are really interested in homes in Burbank, I checked this morning and there are 91 active listings including condominiums. Of those only 38 are 3 bedroom and 2 bath. They range from 389k to 699k. Let me know if you want to look at any homes.
I can email you a link that looks like this:
When you click on the link, it will show you all the homes in Burbank or any other areas that you may choose that are active.
Please let me know if I can help you with your real estate needs.
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