Burbank Homes For Sale

Updated Burbank CA Real Estate

Below, you can browse through all of the real estate listings and houses for sale in Burbank, a suburban city located about 13 miles north of Downtown Los Angeles. Despite its medium size, with just over 100,000 residents, Burbank is famous for its abundance of television, film, and animation studios, including Walt Disney Studios, Warner Bros. Studios, and ABC Television.

Living in Burbank places residents at the eastern border of the San Fernando Valley, surrounded by the stunning Verdugo and Santa Monica Mountains. By register for a free account, you can receive email alerts whenever a new property becomes available on the Burbank MLS.

Latest Burbank Real Estate Listings

Burbank Homes for Sale April 14, 2024
56
Listed
41
Avg. DOM
$747.00
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,224,500
Med. List Price
56 Properties
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Burbank Real Estate

The cost of homes for sale in Burbank is relatively affordable compared to much of Los Angeles County, but significantly higher than in many other parts of the United States. Homebuyers who move to Burbank from similarly sized cities or rural areas are often surprised to discover that they will need to downsize considerably to purchase a property of comparable value to the one they are leaving.

Architecture

In the flatland  of Burbank, you'll find a variety of single-story California Ranch homes and Bungalows, some of which date back to the 1920s. Following the introduction of V.A. Loans, which were included in the G.I. Bill during World War II, home construction and suburbanization were fueled and expedited during the postwar era. The pace of home building reached its peak during the 1950s and 60s.

If you venture into the hills of Burbank, you'll discover luxury homes and architectural masterpieces, along with the security of gated communities such as Halston and Highridge Estates. Homebuyers in Burbank have the option of selecting from a variety of housing styles, including English Tudor Revival, Farmhouse, Craftsman, Dutch Colonial Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival, Queen Anne (Victorian), and Oriental Craftsman.

Burbank boasts several historical public buildings, including the Burbank City Hall (1943), which exemplifies the Moderne (Art Deco) architectural style. The City Hall is adorned with numerous teakwood panels, large murals, cast medallions, and bas-relief sculptures, all of which enhance the building's 1940s charm.

Burbank, CA REALTORS®

If you are considering buying or selling a home in Burbank, our team of skilled Real Estate Agents is at your service. We possess extensive knowledge of the various neighborhoods and can provide you with the latest data on average home prices, sales history for any property, and broader real estate market trends.

We are committed to providing you with all the necessary information to help you make the most informed decision. Our expertise in negotiating ensures a swift and efficient home sale process.

Burbank, CA Statistics

  • Population: 104,000
  • Median Resident Age: 36 (Average for San Fernando Valley)
  • Zip Codes: 91501, 91502, 91504, 91505, 91506
  • Elevation: 607 feet
  • Land Area: 17.34 square miles
  • Population Density: 5,785 people per square mile (Average)

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