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Kristi Waterworth

Kristi Waterworth

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Kristi Waterworth has long been fascinated with the exciting world of real estate. Even as an aspiring young journalist, she jumped at a chance to work in the sector in 1998. She built a career in residential single and multi-family real estate, both as a salesperson and a property rehabber. When the bubble burst in 2008, she traded her license in for a keyboard.

Since then, she’s been marrying the nuances of real estate ownership and investing with the latest data and trends to bring the very best information to the people who need it most. Whether first-time homeowners or experienced investors, her audiences appreciate her industry insight and one-time-insider perspective.

When she’s not banging the keys, Waterworth spends an inordinate amount of time hanging out with her dogs. Whether searching for outdoor adventure or simply hoovering cheese from the kitchen floor, they’re always excellent company.

For a complete list of stocks that Kristi Waterworth owns, please click here.

  • Oct

    24

    2021

    RedSwan Crowdfunding Platform Now Accepting Dogecoin (but That’s Not Even the Best Part)

    RedSwan is trying to make some waves by allowing Dogecoin to be used for real estate transactions, but that’s not even the whole story. Check …

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  • Oct

    23

    2021

    Will the Fed's Bond Buyback Taper Finally Calm Real Estate Market Drama Llamas?

    The Fed is hinting it plans to start tapering its bond buyback program implemented as a form of pandemic stimulus. What does that mean for …

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  • Oct

    21

    2021

    WeWork's On Again, Off Again IPOs: What You Need to Know About It Going Public

    WeWork had an interesting business model when it started, leasing desks and not whole offices, but it’s never really been profitable. Should you buy the …

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  • Oct

    20

    2021

    25% of Critical Infrastructure at Risk of Serious Flooding: How to Safeguard Your Properties

    A new report from the First Street Foundation has identified properties at risk from serious flooding, and infrastructure is in big trouble. Learn more here.

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  • Oct

    19

    2021

    Wildfire Risk Assessments Ensure Your Profits Won't Go Up in Smoke

    Just like it's important to understand the storm and flood risks of any given property, knowing the fire risk can help you make the best …

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  • Oct

    15

    2021

    Real Estate Investor Sues the NAR Claiming Anti-trust Violations

    Grady Hillis is suing several real estate associations for multiple antitrust violations. Does his argument have a leg to stand on? Learn more inside.

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  • Oct

    14

    2021

    Oak Hill Advisors Makes Big Bet on Suburban Office Space in Pandemic Limbo

    With the rise of COVID-19 and the migration of office workers back to their homes indefinitely, Oak Hill Advisors is investing in offices. What does …

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  • Oct

    13

    2021

    New Leader for Ginnie Mae Clears Another Hurdle to Confirmation

    Ginnie Mae hasn't had a permanent leader since 2017, leaving the government entity without a sense of direction or guidance. That’s about to change.

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  • Oct

    12

    2021

    Show Me the Bitcoins! Can You Invest in Commercial Real Estate With Crypto?

    The first commercial real estate property to be sold using cryptocurrency is now available. Are investors fighting over a chance to plop down the 'coin?

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  • Oct

    9

    2021

    Q2 Title Insurance Premiums of $6.5 Billion Break Records

    Title insurance set a record in Q2 2021, with $6.5 billion in premiums collected. Find out why title insurance was so expensive and what it …

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  • Oct

    4

    2021

    United Wholesale Mortgage Aims to Work Directly with Appraisers: What This Means for Borrowers

    United Wholesale Mortgage is attempting to bring appraisals in-house again to speed up the lending process. How will this move affect loans and the market?

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  • Oct

    2

    2021

    Will Aquariums Be a Solution for Struggling Malls?

    There’s nothing as nostalgic as a mall, and nothing quite as sad in the pandemic world. But malls are finding their feet again, and aquariums …

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