Archive for February 6, 2014
According to statistics compiled by IBIS World, there are approximately 203,036 people work in the United States furniture industry. As of 2013, there were more than 30,800 furniture stores operating in the United States. Overall, the latest figures show that the U.S. furniture industry generates in excess of $53 billion per year.
Even though the languid U.S. economy has reduced the amount of disposable income for the average American in recent years, IBIS World predicts that luxury furniture stores will experience increasing sales through at least 2018. If this proves to be true, it is not only good news for luxury furniture stores, but also for millions of Americans who haven’t been making enough money to pay their mortgages, let alone for buying luxury furniture for sale.
For those folk
Home ownership has been a part of the American Dream long before the United States won its independence from England. Now almost three centuries later, you would be hard-pressed to find a single American citizen who does not want to own their own home. And if they had to resources to do so, they would most certainly enlist the services of the best home builder contractors around.
Although everyone has their own vision of the American Dream, probably 90% of them include home ownership — and that is a conservative effort. The good new is that there are plenty of find existing homes and new cul-de-sac homes from which to choose. For most people owning an existing home is an excellent idea; it’s all they’ve ever wanted. On the other hand, there are plenty of people out there who would pref