The housing slump is forcing many homeowners across the country into becoming landlords. Anne Trubek was hesitant to convert her vacant home into a rental property. She had tried for many months to sell her home but got no offers. Under the pressure of paying two mortgages, Anne moved tenants into the house - and eventually had to clear out their belongings after they moved away.Anne talks to Dick Gordon about how being a landlord has changed her view of achieving the American Dream through home ownership.
- See Anne's real estate ad and a picture of the house
- Read Anne's essay about the lessons she's learned while renting her home during the housing slump
AN ORPHAN IN HISTORY
Jeff Weinstock knew that his grandfather was from Latvia, but he didn't know much else about his family's past. So he began searching for his roots on both sides of his family, and eventually located the small town that his grandfather left before World War II. Then came a shocking discovery: many of his relatives had been victims of the Nazi regime. Jeff talks with Dick about his search through his past and how what he found has changed him.