The following are real estate transactions for $10,000 or more:
Hood Enterprises LLC from Bank of New York Mellon Trust, property in Ferndale Borough, $24,500.
Lance E. Burfield from Thomas J. Beppler, property in Johnstown’s 18th Ward, $17,200.
Clyde L. Lingenfelter Jr. from Misty M. Piatek, property in Croyle Township, $295,000.
Travis L. Harbaugh from Irene Pegg, property in Johns-town’s 19th Ward, $32,000.
Wayne A. Wholaver from Lisa M. March, property in Hastings Borough, $136,000.
Ronald J. Evon from Richard S. Bono, property in Cresson Borough, $65,000.
Jennifer McKendree from Kelly J. Sanders, property in Croyle Township, $40,000.
Tammy Watt Varner from John F. Cassat, bankruptcy, property in Westmont Borough, $42,000.
Zachary J. Turner from Edgar C. Simmons, property in East Conemaugh Borough, $25,000.
Donald J. Pallone from Habitat for Humanity Cambria County Inc., property in Susquehanna Township, $15,000.
Paul A. Knapik from Verna Kapeluch, property in Northern Cambria Borough, $59,000.
Shawn McGough from Westmont Investment Properties LLC, property in Geistown
James P. Carbaugh from Joel A. Bezek, property in Westmont Borough, $169,900.
Danny Yoder from Catherine A. Sweeney, property in Lorain Borough, $10,000.
Jeffrey W. Curtis from Reginald E. Stephens, property in East Conemaugh Borough, $21,000.
Allison Messina from Arlene E. Cerimele, property in Southmont Borough, $128,000.
Joshua R. McKendree from Mary Lou Uncapher, property in Richland Township, $115,000.
Dylan J. Risban from Leo M. Skura, property in Cresson Borough, $82,500.
Eric Ferpas from James Heidenthal, property in Upper Yoder Township, $138,500.
Theodore C. Hoover from George A. Pellas, property in Northern Cambria Borough, $42,000.
James Smay from Heidi Walker Torquato, property in Conemaugh Township, $30,000.
Michele Y. Gill from Thomas P. Eckenrod, property in Johns-town’s 9th Ward, $17,500.
Maxwell G. Lawn from Ryan J. Cowan, property in Richland Township, $59,000.
Edward J. Majcher from John L. Lewis, property in Chest Township, $12,900.
Ulton Properties LP from Hurley Holdings LLC, property in Ebensburg Borough, $85,000.
Redevelopment Authority Cambria County from Anthony C. Torchia, by sheriff, property in Lorain Borough, $28,000.
Thomas W. Skebeck from John R. Luke, property in Gallitzin Township, $122,500.
Terri J. Rummell from Joseph Jupin, property in Johnstown’s 18th Ward, $29,000.
Anthony J. Cenko Jr. from Bernard A. Kmett, property in Jackson Township, $60,000.
Anthony R. Ponce from Frank L. Ponce, property in Lorain Borough, $29,000.
David L. Flora from Elizabeth G. Glass, property in East Carroll Township, $75,000.
Heidi K. Walker from Bernard J. Picklo, property in Lower Yoder Township, $48,000.
Rhonda P. Caddy from Melvin C. Burkhart, property in Johnstown’s 17th Ward, $10,000.
Michael E. Burkholder from James D. Walter, property in Quemahoning Township, $175,000.
Amy Stango from Mildred I. House, property in Conemaugh Township, $192,500.
Ray W. Rose from Todd R. Hostetler, property in Lincoln Township, $75,000.
Thomas Kellner from Roland Hobbs, property in Jefferson Township, $225,000.
Stoney Rice from Victor Kohler, property in Stonycreek Township, $130,000.
Toni-Marie Bishoff from Dennis S. Strosko, property in Lower Turkeyfoot Township, $26,000.
Christopher Arnold from USA-HUD, property in Meyersdale Borough, $19,300.
Joan R. Carrier from Nancy J. Corella, property in Windber Borough, $69,400.
Marand J. Blanco from John Bracken, property in Conemaugh Township, $17,000.
Joseph Forish from Duane Howard Blank, property in Jenner Township, $35,000.
Seth Foreman from Charles E. Gary, property in Black Township, $130,000.
Michael T. Kelley from Ronald Tinkey, property in Elk Lick Township, $50,000.
David M. Romain from John D. Wiser, property in Somerset Borough, $101,499.
Gregory D. Palm from Edward F. Marcinko, property in Conemaugh Township, $50,000.
Jack Edward Yourich from Faye E. Thompson, property in Conemaugh Township, $35,000.
The following are real estate transactions for $10,000 or more:
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