Buying a 100-Year-Old House? Know What's Behind Those Walls
Rents Predicted to Rise in 2016: How to Cope
U.S. Home Prices Rising on Short Supply
Mortgage Rates Drift Slightly Downward to 3.75%
Thanksgiving Toolbox: Peel the Potatoes With a Drill
Taxpayers have to pick up the tab -- which reached above $100,000 a year -- to maintain a home that nobody lives in.