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Boston, September 13, 2016 – The Warren Group is proud to welcome Melanie Carver as the company’s Data Quality Auditor.  Melanie will be responsible for analyzing, auditing and making quality improvements to the company’s vast database of over 15 million property records and 38 million real estate and public record transactions.

Melanie is focused on ensuring that The Warren Group’s data continues to be the most reliable and trusted source throughout New England. From improving training methods to evaluating current QC practices to analyzing registry systems, Melanie is continuing The Warren Group’s mission to continually improve and innovate.  It’s this mission that’s kept The Warren Group at the forefront of real estate and financial data since 1872.

“I’ve been here a few months and I’m already sure it will never be a boring day at the office!  With such a long history and expansive database there’s always another way to learn about, improve, and contribute to the company.  I have a proven professional track record of self-motivation, attention to detail and analytics, but my personal background is in the arts.  I think the biggest contribution I can make to The Warren Group is by thinking of new ways to continue to improve our processes and methods.”

Melanie is a graduate of Brown University, before coming to The Warren Group she worked as an Executive Assistant at The Animal Hospital of Lynnfield, and before that she worked with startup FATE Consortium, in Boston.  Currently, she lives in Salem, MA, where she maintains an art studio, runs a small press and writes poetry under the penname M.P. Carver. In Spring of 2017 she will earn a graduate degree in English from Salem State University.


About The Warren Group

Real Estate and financial professionals rely on The Warren Group to identify new business opportunities through access to comprehensive real estate and mortgage data, analytics, industry news coverage, networking, and education opportunities.  Based in Boston, the company was established in 1872 and is now in its fourth generation of family ownership and management. It is publisher of Banker & Tradesman, The Commercial Record and Registry Review and produces leading industry events and conferences throughout New England. For more information visit