Maggie Davis

Staff Writer

  • Expertise: Personal finance
  • Education: Pepperdine University

 


Maggie Davis is a staff writer at LendingTree. She primarily focuses on breaking down complex data and research about the financial lives of Americans into digestible content through our studies and surveys. Her reporting has been featured in numerous publications, such as Forbes and USA Today.

Before joining LendingTree, Maggie worked in public relations and media coordination. In addition to working within the hospitality technology and real estate verticals, Maggie has also enjoyed investigative reporting and writing on an environmental beat. As a newspaper editor during her undergraduate studies, her writing was honored with several student journalism awards, including an Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Award and a College Media Association Pinnacle Award.

Maggie has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Pepperdine University.

Articles by Maggie Davis

Women Pay More for Auto Insurance Than Men in 37 States

Women often face pricier auto insurance premiums than men. According to a new LendingTree analysis of insurance rate data, women pay more annually for premiums... read more

Over a Quarter of Drinkers Admit Alcohol Has Negatively Affected Their Finances, With 37% Planning to Cut Back This Year

Many Americans are cutting back on booze in 2024. According to the latest LendingTree survey of 2,000 U.S. consumers, 37% of American drinkers plan to... read more

Snapshots of Black and White Disparities in Income, Wealth, Savings and More

Racial disparities have always existed with finances. With February being Black History Month, LendingTree researchers updated this compilation of data on income, wealth, savings, employment... read more

Tornado- and Hail-Involved Damage Highest in Spring Months

April showers bring May flowers, but not everyone is so lucky with spring storms. The latest LendingTree study shows that estimated damage for tornado- and... read more

Raising a ‘Fair’ Credit Score to ‘Very Good’ Could Save Borrowers Over $22,000

Money talks, and so does your credit score. According to the latest LendingTree study, raising your credit score from fair (580 to 669) to very... read more

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