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Edinhart Realty & Design

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About Us | Edinhart Realty & Design

Edinhart Realty and Design is a Real Estate and Interior Design Firm established in Fresno in February of 2014 by its President and CEO Melisa Spolini. The idea behind Edinhart Realty & design came together a noticed uprising need for Interior Design services being requested from clients going thru purchasing and selling of their homes. Melisa having an Interior Design Degree as well as a Real Estate Broker's license coupled with management experience decided to dive into combining the two as a benefit to the future of Edinhart's clients. As of now, this has proven to be a recipe of ongoing success to both the Real Estate and Interior Design Industry as they continually go hand in hand without the need of outsourcing many services.

Edinhart Realty & Design also now sells many products such as a variety of 9' to 17' drapes in stock in a variety of colors as well as kitchen countertops, flooring, window treatments, tableaux etc. Edinhart Realty & Design has been rapidly growing as agents join the team and new employees are hired to keep up with the daily Real Estate and Interior Design Demand of its clients. Edinhart Realty & Design along with it's known logo are both individually registered trademarks with the USPTO.

So what about the name Edinhart? Here is a little background:

The name Edin is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Edin is: Delight.

Hart is a local government district in Hampshire, England, named after the River Hart. Its council is based in Fleet. It was formed on 1 April 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972, as a merger of the urban district of Fleet, and the Hartley Wintney Rural District.

Hart District is one of the richest and least deprived areas in the whole of the United Kingdom. In the Indices of Deprivation 2015, Hart was ranked at 326 out of 326 local authorities in England, where 1 was the most deprived area and 326 the least deprived, meaning Hart is the least deprived area in England.

For five years running (2011-2015), an annual study conducted by the Halifax bank named Hart as the UK's most desirable place to live for quality of life. The study took into account jobs, housing, health, crime, weather, traffic and broadband access. It found that in 2014 97% of people in the local authority area were in good health, and in 2011 tended to have incomes 40% above the national average.