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Did you know that the city of Burbank was named after David Burbank, a dentist who migrated to the area following California’s succession from Mexico? In fact, David Burbank came to the area in order to buy land and raise sheep. However, neither dentistry nor raising sheep provided him with much of his wealth. Burbank gained most of his fortune from real estate investing. His key contribution was selling cheap land to the Southern Pacific Railroad hoping that they would build through the city, and therefore, bring more people to the area. His plan worked and in 1887 a price war between Southern Pacific Railroad and Santa Fe Railroad allowed travelers to move to Los Angeles from Kansas City for only $1. This brought an influx of settlers to the Burbank area. In 1911 the residents honored the man who brought many of them to the area by officially voting to be incorporated as the City of Burbank.
Burbank has over 20 public schools and over 25 private schools for all ages. The Burbank School District offers a wide range of educational opportunities, training classes for adults, and extracurricular activities.
There are many ways to get around the city of Burbank including the 5 and 134 freeways and a multitude of bus routes. Burbank has an Amtrak & Metrolink Station on Empire Avenue and a separate Metrolink station that links up with Burbank’s own Hollywood Burbank Airport.
All these forms of transportation come in handy when traveling to all of Burbank’s landmarks. For a good time shopping, dining, and watching movies head to Downtown Burbank. Burbank also hosts some great museums including the Martial Arts History Museum, Burbank’s Aviation Museum, and the Gordon H. Howard Museum run by Burbank’s Historical Society. Last, but not least, be sure to check out Burbank’s plethora of film and television studios. Some including the Warner Bros lot allows tours, but be sure to plan ahead.
The median household income for Burbank is $67,693. The average value of detached houses in Burbank is an approximately $746,000. The average value of condominiums is an approximately $464,000.
Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local area, buying a home, and selling a house. Give Arminé Ghevian a call today at 818-389-4465 to ask questions about the real estate market, discuss selling your house, or to tour available homes for sale in the Los Angeles area.