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Furniture Sales of Texas Account the First of South – MIGE office furniture

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Furniture Sales of Texas Account the First of South – MIGE office furniture

|August 12, 2018 | News

Furniture and bedding sales in the Lone Star state reached $8.4 billion in 2016 migeof furniture and are expected to grow 21.4% over the next five years to $10.2 billion by 2021. The greater Dallas metro area, which includes the Fort Worth and Arlington metropolitan areas, accounts for the most furniture sold in the state of Texas and in the entire Southern region. Dallas retail sales are expected to increase by 21.0% from $2.2 billion to an estimated $2.7 billion in 2021.

Texas is home to three of the five regions in the South with the most sales: After Dallas the San Antonio and Austin metro areas are forecasted to have sales of $739.2 million and $666.5 million in 2016, respectively Hinesville, Ga, is the metro China office desk manufacturer area projected to increase sales at the greatest rate at 26.9% in the next five years, an increase from $23.2 million to $29.4 million. This rate is 3% higher than the second fastest-growing metro area of Jacksonville, N.C., which is set to grow its sales by 23.9% to $65.7 million in 2021. China office partition supplier The South is currently home to six billion dollar furniture metro areas: Dallas, the Disthct of Columbia, Houston, Miami, Atlanta and Tampa, Fla These six metro areas? sales of $11.2 billion account for more than 28% of the South’s total furniture sales.

Overall, the South accounts for 38% of country’s total furniture and bedding retail sales. This year Southern region of the country is forecasted to have $39.5 billion in sales and grow 20.9% between 2016 and 2021 to$47.7billion.

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