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Caribbean Blvd
Cutler Bay, FL 33189

3 Beds, 2 Baths | 1,712 sq. ft.
MLS #: A1838193
Listing: Foreclosure
Property Type: Single-Family
Listing ID: 39735656
County: Miami-dade County

$132,900

Description:
This property located on Caribbean Blvd. This listing is an inactive single family dwelling foreclosure listing priced at $132,900. View all the latest listings on the market in Cutler Bay, Florida on Pointfly.com. All lot size, tax roll, county data, and school information of this foreclosure is below.
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Listing History
Start Date End Date Listing Type  
04/09/13 04/22/13 Preforeclosure View now
01/25/13 01/25/14 Bankruptcy View now
01/18/13 01/30/13 Preforeclosure View now

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