Rental agreements theoretically should be a smooth process: the tenant pays the landlord in exchange for residency and both promise to keep the property in clean, working order for the duration of the agreement. In most cases, that is how everything unfolds and both parties are typically happy.
In other cases, however, things go south quickly and the outcomes are catastrophic. Take for example this 70-year-old rental property in northeast Ohio. The owner of the property had been living in Florida at the time, and came back to check on the home. What he found was completely unanticipated and left him in shock:
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Pop. 302,407) – known for many things, including steel, yellow bridges, Andy Warhol and of course, you can’t mention this city without validating its football team in the same breath. But, what you may not know about ‘The Burgh’ is within its rolling hills lies some of the oldest homes to be found in the United States. Among the largest metros in the country, Pittsburgh is home to the oldest housing stock with 75 percent of homes built prior to 1960. For comparison, the housing market in Austin, Texas is entering its later teenage years with a quarter percentage of its homes built after the year 2000.