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188 Sumner St , Boston - MA 02128
Office: 1-617-780-6988

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About Sandra Castillo

Sandra Castillo is a native of Colombia, raised in East Boston and grew up in the apartment next door to the Boston Harbor Real Estate office. Sandra has been licensed since 2014, and her greatest strength is going above and beyond to help all her clients meet their real estate goals. Whether they are first-time home buyers looking for a new beginning or creating a lasting relationship with seasoned buyers and sellers, Sandra creates seamless and meaningful experiences with everyone she works with. Sandra is fluent in Spanish and she is happy to help share her professionalism and knowledge with Spanish speaking clients in their native language. Call or email Sandra to take the next steps in building your future and dreams through real estate.

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Boston Harbor Real Estate

Boston Harbor Real Estate

Sandra Castillo



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