The following are real estate transactions for $10,000 or more:
Randy Gonnah from Nicholas J. Gorgar Jr., property in Chest Township, $65,000.
Thomas J. Greathouse from David J. Piate, property in Scalp Level Borough, $20,000.
Andrew Johnson from Angeline Spramelli, property in Johnstown’s 20th Ward, $20,000.
Robert Conlow from Ruth C. Ganther, property in White Township, $28,600.
Russell F. Mohle from Eleanor Gasper, property in Richland Township, $110,500.
Jennifer F. Blough from U.S. of America, property in Westmont Borough, $80,000.
Joseph Pupo from Cheryl A. Muriceak, property in Gallitzin Township, $55,000.
James J. Murphy from Mark C. Uveges, property in Cresson Township, $185,295.
Robert A. Hoffman from Dorian Family Revocable, property in Upper Yoder
Christopher K. Castagnetti from Ronald D. McCahan, property in Cambria Township, $170,000.
Sumaira Project Management, LLC, from Richard A. Katehusen, property in Johnstown’s 8th Ward, $25,000.
Eric Edelmann from Leonard J. Edelmann, property in Adams Township, $45,000.
Joseph R. Green from Andrew J. Frear, property in Richland Township, $10,000.
Daryl Moore from William H. Moore, property in Croyle Township, $61,500.
Lawrence P. Borlie from Richard J. Milko, property in Munster Township, $102,500.
Marcus A. Queer from Michael A. Holcomb, property in Nanty Glo Borough, $71,000.
Ronald L. Schinetzka from JP Morgan Chase Bank, property in Reade Township, $24,000.
Jamie N. Zungali from Ronald J. Radnoti, property in Johnstown’s 20th Ward, $39,500.
Lawrence E. Lehman from Harvey F. Shull, property in Richland Township, $137,500.
Lucetta C. Strayer from John Phillips, property in Richland Township, $127,750.
Tommy A. Gillispie from Dana H. Zimmerman, property in Lower Yoder Township, $128,300.
Leonard P. Vigna from Bryan S. Templin, property in Westmont Borough, $153,000.
Chelsea L. Paterson from Joseph J. Maurer, property in Portage Borough, $90,000.
S&P Rentals Inc. from Ronald P. Moehler, property in Johnstown’s 10th Ward, $16,000.
Joseph L. Skidel from Amelia Bagan, property in Westmont Borough, $125,000.
William J. Rhoades from Dale G. Frye, property in Loretto Borough, $169,000.
Jeanette Yuhas from Loretta M. Gilkey, by attorney-in-fact, property in Jackson Township, $244,000.
Abel Properties, LLC, from Daniel W. Abel, property in Hastings Borough, $35,000.
Mark A. Bier Sr. from Gerald J. Grecek, property in Portage Township, $49,000.
James E. Bright from Dorothy M. Craig, property in Stonycreek Township, $64,000.
Hunter G. Hoffman from Richard J. Delusa, property in Jackson Township, $77,250.
Joseph J. Boring from Diane Sivi Sabo, property in Upper Yoder Township, $70,000.
Lincoln P. Stehley from Leon P. Madey, property in Gallitzin Borough, $49,000.
Tim H. Rowzer Jr. from Nicholas Farina, property in Upper Yoder Township, $27,000.
Michael A. Sullivan from Michael D. Christian, property in Southmont Borough, $91,000.
Lacy C. Dalimonte from Louis R. Butts, property in Richland Township, $87,500.
Travis M. Feathers from Donald E. Box, property in Richland Township, $138,000.
Sheri Stalberger Lowry from William R. Cook, property in Southmont Borough, $299,000.
John F. McCaulley from Frederick P. Wenderoth Jr., property in Jackson Township, $117,500.
David R Altemus from Robert B. Ostrander, property in Stonycreek Township, $77,500.
Jonathan R. Little from Eric R. Sowerbrower, property in Geistown Borough, $70,000.
Justin E. Beyer from Robert L. Beyer, property in Croyle Township, $285,000.
Angela L. Deyulis from Mary Simmers, property in Cambria Township, $72,000.
John R. Clapper II from William F. Creamer, property in White Township, $42,000.
Douglas E. McConnell from Mary O. Davis, property in Jackson Township, $187,500.
Richard P. Krassnoski from Annabelle Kalanish, property in Shade Township, $15,500.
Shawn Klizar from Donna M. Keim, property in Conemaugh Township, $33,500.
Richard C. Irwin from Parson Run, property in Somerset Township, $155,000.
Donald Peters from Brian S. Daley, property in Addison Township, $240,000.
Sandy Tokosh from Douglas L. Lowry, property in Milford Township, $35,000.
Carolyn L. Brown from Rhonda L. Phillips, property in Lincoln Township, $95,000.
Budwin Beckner Jr. from Charles Patrick McGuckin, property in Somerset Borough, $123,000.
Ryan J. Dorich from James R. Steinbeck, property in Windber Borough, $144,000.
Gregory H. Stahl from William H. Miller, property in Jefferson Township, $125,000.
David J. Troutman Sr. from Barry L. Willison, property in Southampton Township, $30,000.
Robert A. Hoffman from Dorian Family Revocable Trust, property in Conemaugh Township, $131,500.
Edwin S. Barron from David P. Petrunak, property in Central City Borough, $10,000.
John M. Toth from Helene Meyers, property in Quemahoning Township, $59,000.
David A. Snyder from Norman B. Hay, property in Black Township, $100,000.
Eric L. Spiker from Walter V. Rucosky, property in Jenner Township, $72,500.
Robert B. Hemminger from Ruth E. Krouse, property in Boswell Borough, $35,000.
Michael T. Clark from Daniel D. Loebrich, property in Indian Lake Borough, $435,000.
Dareen L. Klink from Gary T. Bodes, property in Greenville Township, $27,000.
The following are real estate transactions for $10,000 or more:
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