Sheriff Sales
Sheriff of Allegheny County, PA


CONDITIONS OF SALE All successful bidders shall pay ten percent (10%) of the bid in "CASH, CERTIFIED CHECK OR CASHIER'S CHECK MADE PAYABLE TO THE "SHERIFF OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY" when the property is called for bid, and the balance on or before NOVEMBER 11, 2021 (WHICH IS 10 DAYS FROM SALE DATE) at 11:00 A.M., at which time the property will be resold if the balance is not paid; and in such case, all moneys paid in at original sale shall be applied to any deficiency in the price at which property is resold. However, if the sale has been previously adjourned to this date, the successful bidder shall pay the full amount of the bid at the time of sale. In all cases, if the successful bidder is the plaintiff in the writ of execution, then the entire amount of the bid shall be paid in ten (10) days. If plaintiff fails to pay the purchase money, the sheriff may return the writ "Real Estate Unsold" stating in the return that the sale was held pursuant to the writ, and that the plaintiff was the successful bidder at the sale and that the plaintiff failed to pay the bid and complete the sale and the plaintiff shall thereupon forfeit all moneys advanced by him, which moneys shall be applied by the sheriff first to costs on the writ and second to liens in order of their priority. In addition to price, all successful bidders are bound and required to pay the county realty transfer tax, which is required for the purpose of recording the deeds. However, pursuant to 72 P.S. 8101-C, et seq., the Pennsylvania Realty Transfer Tax will be paid by the sheriff out of the proceeds of the sale. Purchasers must record their own deeds and pay the necessary recording fees. Pursuant to PA R.C.P., Rule 3136, notice is hereby given that a schedule of distribution will be filed by the sheriff not later than thirty (30) days from date of sale and that distribution will be made in accordance with the schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto, within ten (10) days thereafter. No further notice of the filing of the schedule of distribution is required. By virtue of writs of execution issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and to the Sheriff of Westmoreland County, directed, there will be exposed to sale at Public Venue or Outcry at the Court House in the City of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, on NOVEMBER 1, 2021 at 9:00 A.M. the following described real estate, to wit:

If your name appears on this list of properties that are scheduled to be Sheriff sold, you still have time to save your property. You may be eligible to apply for some form of refinancing assistance, such as a reverse mortgage, refinancing of your existing mortgage, or other alternative. Please seek legal advice. If you cannot afford an attorney, you may be eligible for free legal assistance. Find out by contacting a legal service listed below. Allegheny County Bar Association 412-261-0518 Lawyer Referral Services 412-261-5555 Neighborhood Legal Services 412-255-6700 Do not delay. If you delay, fees, cost and interest can increase significantly. An example of what can occur is as follows: A 2004 property with an original tax amount owed of $325.02 had a final Foreclosure amount due of $2,133.26. If you have not contacted the creditor, you should consider doing so. Many creditors will work with you to try to avoid a Sheriff's Sale of your property. If the sheriffs Sale involves a mortgage foreclosure of your residence, you may reinstate your mortgage by paying the full amount of the delinquencies, including all fees and costs up to the day of the Sheriff's Sale. Should your property be among those listed for Sheriffs Sale, information and assistance is available by contacting the Allegheny County Sheriffs Office Mortgage Foreclosure Hotline at 412-350-4704 daily Monday through Friday (except holidays) between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M. and from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. NOTICE TO RENTERS If you are renting a parcel of property that is currently listed for Sheriff Sale, you may have certain legal rights. If you have questions, you should seek legal assistance from an attorney. The Sheriff's office cannot provide legal advice. For more information and updates, please visit our website at Sheriff's Office, Pittsburgh, PA WILLIAM P. MULLEN Sheriff