Austin home renovation firm Simply Sold celebrates 5 years

Simply Sold is a home renovation business that is majority women.

Simply Sold is a home renovation business that is majority women.

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Home renovation firm Simply Sold, located at 511 W. 41st St., Austin, celebrates its fifth anniversary this year.

Owner Ashley Wainscott leads a team that is majority female and helps homeowners prepare to sell their homes.

512-693-9340. www.simply-sold.net
By Emma Freer
Emma Freer began covering Central Austin for Community Impact Newspaper in 2017. Her beat includes the Travis County Commissioners Court and local business news. She graduated from Columbia Journalism School in 2017.


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