The Tribune-Review publishes real estate transactions valued at $75,000 or more, provided by RealSTATs, 1911 E. Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203; 412-381-3880.
• Andrew Sherwood to Sean Cary at 150 Underwood Ave. for $158,000.
• K. Bradley Mellor to Tyler and Renee Kimball at 1698 Arona Road for $245,700.
• Brenda Bellissimo to Justin and Nicole Hite at 4047 Blue Willlow St. for $135,000.
• James Bartolomucci to Joseph and Stella Kushner at 2423 Brownfield Drive for $155,000.
• David Andrew Lesnick to Michael and Erika Lloyd at 118 Cranberry St. for $270,000.
• Nicholas Wast to Jehu and Dorothy Bell at 2 Holly Drive for $175,000.
• Thomas Harden to Christopher Sciullo and Keri Matson at 159 Janyce Drive for $242,500.
• Loretta Bellanca to Candace Cassidy at 75 Lakeridge Drive for $235,000.
• Kirk Utzinger to Edward and Kelly Mardis at 422 Southfield Drive for $328,000.
• Patriot Corp. USA to Daniel and Kimberly Erb at 3020 Meadow View Court for $498,900.
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