A combination of beaten down home prices and rising rents make these cities promising places to become a landlord -- just as long as you understand the risks involved.
|Martin Shkreli faces more charges|
|Donald Trump's latest conspiracy theory involves Ted Cruz's father|
|4 crying babies brought a free flight for JetBlue passengers|
|Johnson & Johnson just lost another talcum powder cancer lawsuit|
|This elevator could shape the cities of the future|