Kimberly Goodwin, PhD

Dr. Kimberly Goodwin is currently the Parham Bridges Chair of Real Estate and an Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Southern Mississippi. She holds a B.S. in Geophysics from the University of Delaware, a M.B.A. from the University of Southern Mississippi, a M.S. in Finance from the George Washington University, and a Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Alabama. Dr. Goodwin’s research focuses on real estate markets and has been published in some of the top real estate journals. She is also a Co-Editor for the Journal of Housing Research.

Articles by Kimberly Goodwin, PhD:

07
Nov
Jetty Renters Insurance Review

Jetty is a relatively new company changing the market for rental insurance by providing services that renters need. Both the rates and service could make this a company worth considering if you are in the market for renters insurance.

Posted in: Insurance,
26
Oct
How to Get Student Loan Help for Free

Student loan debt is a major concern for many families in the U.S. The process of applying for loans and filling out paperwork can be confusing, and a family might not know where to turn for help. Luckily, there are many reputable, free sources of student loan help.

Posted in: Student Loans,
25
Oct
Uber Insurance Requirements

To drive for Uber, you’ll need a relatively new car, adequate insurance, and a good driving record.

Posted in: Insurance,
22
Oct
Utah Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Utah has the lowest percentage of high school graduates immediately entering college. While most other states are above 55 percent, only 42 percent of Utah high school graduates immediately enter college.

Posted in: Scholarships, Student Loans,
20
Oct
Ally Bank CD Rates Review

Ally Bank CD rates are offered in 3 different types, with highly competitive rates and no minimums, possibly making it a good option for you.

Posted in: Banking,
20
Oct
Verizon Collections: How to Remove Them From Your Credit Report

If your Verizon account has been sent to collections and is negatively impacting your credit score, you might have options to remove the negative mark. Here’s how to take the proper steps to resolve the problem.

Posted in: Credit Scores,
03
Oct
Home Improvement Loans to Build an Addition to Your House

Building an addition to your home can create value, but can also cost tens of thousands of dollars. If you need financing for an addition, personal loans, home equity, or a line of credit might be worthwhile options to consider.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
03
Oct
Costs & Financing Options for Paving or Repaving Your Driveway

The cost of repaving your driveway could cost you thousands of dollars. If you don’t have the cash on hand, there are several ways to finance the project – but some options can cost more. Personal loans, home equity loans, or a line of credit are among the common options to consider.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
02
Oct
What Credit Score Is Needed to Lease a Car?

If you are looking to save money on your monthly car payment or like to drive new cars, leasing a car might be a good option for you. In 2017, customers taking out new car leases had an average credit score of 722, as reported by Experian. If you have an above average credit, 680 and […]

Posted in: Credit Scores,
24
Sep
Using American Express Card for Bonus at Boxed.com

Boxed.com has partnered with American Express to offer cardholders big rewards for targeted shopping. The deals change periodically, but one offer gives shoppers the chance to earn 4 or 9 additional points per dollar for buying specific products.

Posted in: Credit Cards,