Julie Ryan Evans


  • Expertise: Personal finance, real estate, small business, investing
  • Education: Johns Hopkins University, University of Nebraska


Julie Ryan Evans is a freelance writer who has contributed to LendingTree for more than four years. She covers personal finance, investing, real estate, personal finance and a host of other topics. She also writes for other top publications, including USA Today, Realtor.com, Debt.com and many others.

Earlier in her career, Julie worked as a communications specialist at Microsoft and as press secretary to a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. She was also a senior editor and writer for online publications including CafeMom and SheKnows.

Julie earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska and a master’s degree in nonfiction writing from Johns Hopkins University.

Articles by Julie Ryan Evans

Household Appliance Injuries Down 10% Nationally Since 2013

Does your vacuum have a vendetta? Is your refrigerator out for revenge? While household appliances are designed to help, sometimes they hurt us. The latest... read more

Potential Holiday Party Ho Ho Hosts Expect to Spend an Average of $556 on Celebrations, With Many Pressured by Social Media Expectations

It may be the hap-happiest time of the year, but parties aren’t free for hosts. In fact, it can be tree-mendously expensive to welcome people... read more

93 of 100 Largest US Metros and All States Have Seen Increase in ID Theft Reports Since 2019

We have an identity crisis in this country — an identity theft crisis, that is. In recent years, reports of this crime, in which people... read more

Most Gen Zers and Millennials Who Don’t Consider Themselves Wealthy Believe They Will Be Someday

If “Family Feud” asked 100 Americans which word or phrase best describes “wealthy,” their survey would say … there’s little consensus. Our latest LendingTree survey... read more

Single Women Outearn Single Men in Only 1 of the US’ Largest Metros (and How That Breaks Down by Generation)

There’s a pay equality anomaly between men and women, no doubt. The U.S. Department of Labor reported that women earned just 83.7% of what men... read more

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