I've never seen a property listed as "pre-foreclosed", but I work in MD, DC and VA, and maybe they do things a little differently in FL. Here, if it's not a regular sale, it's a short sale - meaning the owner is asking the bank to sell it for less than what they owe before it goes into foreclosure - or it's a foreclosure - meaning the bank has taken possession of the property. Sometimes it's a lot easier to deal with a foreclosure, because it's a quicker process, but in either case, don't expect any repairs to be made.
If a property doesn't have a photo, unless you are an investor, it's usually a red flag that something is seriously wrong with the property and it needs a lot of work done before a typical home buyer would want to live in it. If it also doesn't have any info....then, I would be very wary.
Your best bet is to get yourself a Buyer's Agent in Florida who can help you in your search and educate you on the ins and outs of the process. If Miekeba is licensed in Florida, then she's your gal!
If not, then I would talk to a Keller Williams office in the area you are interested in and let them guide you.
Hope that helps!