The following are real estate transactions for $10,000 or more:
Life Church Laurel Highlands from Roxanne Manges, property in Scalp Level Borough, $350,000.
Albert J. Rummell from Anna M. Koestler, property in Stonycreek Township, $73,000.
Travis G. Kopach from George T. Cunkelman Jr., property in Richland Township, $129,200.
Paul W. Tunstall from David Q. Vella, property in Richland Township, $67,900.
James M. Harvey from Larry M. Blalock, property in Johns-town’s 20th Ward, $41,000.
Sarah M. Nelen from Christopher S. Latterner, property in Gallitzin Borough, $40,000.
K.E. Equipment LLC from S&B Properties, property in Johnstown’s 7th Ward, $65,000.
Jeffery M. Cernic from Rudy F. Dragovich, property in West Taylor Township, $50,000.
Timothy B. Mazurak from John T. Elias, property in West Carol Township, $20,000.
Sean M. Kirchner from Jason A. Kirchner, property in Summerhill Borough, $96,000.
Allen E. Shaffer from John W. Dickert, by attorney-in-fact, property in West Taylor Township, $20,000.
Cynthia K. Sonafelt from Kiel Triplett, property in Ebensburg Borough, $59,900.
Dewey J. Hagerty from Margaret D. Cannin, property in Geistown Borough, $43,500.
Jonathan J. Hohler from Jeremy E. Snyder, property in Southmont Borough, $110,000.
Michael Bryja from Mary F. Bryja, property in Portage Township, $90,000.
Jeffrey R. Holtz from Jean P. Ruhe, property in Clearfield Township, $49,000.
Jeffrey S. Anderson from U.S. of America, property in Southmont Borough, $10,001.
James M. Pietz from Janet A. Goss, property in Daisytown Borough, $61,480.
Theodore Farabaugh from Theresa Rakar Walters, property in Portage Township, $34,000.
Jason A. Janosik from Christopher A. Merlo, property in Jackson Township, $171,000.
Dorreen Hagens from Bernard L. Bleggi, property in Vintondale Borough, $10,000.
Brian D. Ford from Stella Woodley, property in Hastings Borough, $52,000.
Mark A. Becker Jr. from William J. Brandt, property in Gallitzin Township, $20,000.
Marshall Dill from Dave Corran, property in Ebensburg Borough, $58,000.
Jeffrey W. Kostan from Virginia R. Kostan, property in Portage Township, $16,000.
James M. Ondesko from Lena R. Eudy Revocable Living Trust, by trustee, property in Richland Township, $185,000.
Todd W. Farkas from Patricia A. Shaffler, property in Richland Township, $165,000.
Robert M. Thomas from Noren Construction Co. Inc., property in Richland Township, $38,000.
Samantha L. Gibson from Laurent Roussin, property in Ebensburg Borough, $144,900.
William L. Wheeler III from Marian Hunter, property in Clearfield Township, $107,500.
Adam D. Rullo from Chandan Mitra, property in Richland Township, $287,000.
Jason M. Beaver from Jesse R. Weaver, property in Croyle Township, $68,250.
Rick Harkcom from Charles H. Walters, property in Upper Yoder Township, $53,000.
Karen S. Hendrickson from Fannie Mae, property in Summerhill Township, $11,000.
Anna M. Elias from Allen E. Rager, property in Ebensburg Borough, $94,000.
James McDannell from Anna E. Surina, property in Windber Borough, $33,500.
James McDannell from Ann M. Krishak, property in Windber Borough, $29,850.
Daniel J. King from Jerry Anthony Camisa, property in Shade Township, $147,000.
Joseph Tamasy from Albert G. Auer, property in Upper Turkeyfoot Township, $35,000.
Pamela Rayman Diesel from Judith P. Rach, property in Middlecreek Township, $335,000.
Alvin G. Fisher Living Trust from Dolores J. Friedline, property in Stonycreek Township, $59,000.
Dolores P. Ferguson from Kristobak Family Trust, property in Middlecreek Township, $145,000.
William Wyland from Harvy L. Ohler, property in Upper Turkeyfoot Township, $23,000.
Bonnie L. Speelman from Albert G. Morgan, property in Jenner Township, $74,200.
Brian S. Osborne from Michael B. Springer, property in Conemaugh Township, $84,000.
George D. Schoedel from Arnold M. Weidner, property in Allegheny Township, $725,000.
Gregory S. Kuna from George W. Hart Jr., property in Somerset Township, $15,000.
E.H. Pooled Invest from Sheldon Rowser, property in Hooversville Borough, $25,000.
Matthew S. Paxton from David A. Tortorella, property in Somerset Township, $132,990.
Somerset County Habitat from Jeremy K.W. Boburchock, property in Somerset Township, $36,237.
Somerset County Habitat from Harold L. Knupp, property in Somerset Borough, $15,000.
Carol Bonnie Soloweigh Scanlan from Michael David Soloweigh, property in Ogle Township, $12,334.
Michael S. McCue from Alice L. Campbell, property in Ursina Borough, $38,000.
James J. Harris from J.S. Land Co., property in Somerset Township, $24,500.
Matthew D. Paterson from Teresa O. McConnell, property in Conemaugh Township, $232,000.
Tracey L. Wolk from John Sarver, property in Brothers-valley Township, $63,700.
Kayla J. Diehl from Mary Kay Kennell, property in Wellersburg Township, $85,000.
Trista Keller from Vivian R. Dick, property in Somerset Township, $85,000.
Rajiv Sawhney from Linda A. Toland, property in Middlecreek Township, $340,000.
William R. Yoder from Terry J. Tressler, property in Summit Township, $77,500.
Timothy R. Findling from Betty R. Colflesh, property in Upper Turkeyfoot Township, $115,000.
Richard E. Schwanke from Carol E. Troutman, property
in Southampton Township, $60,000.
Elizabeth Rudi Hamer from Andrew J. Pekala, property in Windber Borough, $42,200.
The following are real estate transactions for $10,000 or more:
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