Furnishing stores are a very popular place to live in America, but many are becoming increasingly difficult to find.
In fact, the American Furniture Manufacturers Association (AFMAA) says that in 2013, fewer than a third of Americans live in a “furnishing store” that offers the basic services needed for home remodeling and maintenance.
But the industry continues to grow.
In 2013, there were more than 10,000 business and household furnishing retailers in the U.S., accounting for nearly 20 percent of the country’s retail sales.
The average sale price for a new or used home was $1,079, according to the National Association of Realtors.
The market for furnishings has grown rapidly in recent years.
As home furnishing becomes more popular, it’s become harder to find a store that offers those basic services.
One big reason for that is the cost of the materials and labor used to make the products.
For every pound of furniture sold in the United States, it costs about $1 to make, which is a significant difference for many people.
The American Furnishing Manufacturers’ Association estimates that in 2014, the average cost of a new home was about $2,700, or $4,400 per person.
That’s about $50,000 a year, or roughly $5,400 a month.
While the average price of a home is about $350,000, many people are struggling to make ends meet and end up paying more than that.
For some people, that means that the quality of their home is not the main concern.
But for others, it means they’re living with debt or are stuck with an expensive mortgage that makes it harder for them to pay off.
This year, one in five Americans will default on their mortgage, according the Federal Reserve.
For many of those people, the problem isn’t just the cost, but also the quality.
According to the Fannie Mae Mortgage Bankstress Test, which measures the risk of default on a home, a $250,000 mortgage is a high probability of default.
The test measures how likely a homeowner is to default on that $250-million loan.
For most people, a mortgage that is less than 30 percent above the market value is a safe loan.
But if the loan is 30 percent over, the FICO Score is also very high.
That means the lender might have a better chance of taking the borrower to court, which could lead to a bigger loss of income.
The FICO score is based on an analysis of how a borrower’s credit score compares with the average credit score for a similar income bracket.
It’s also based on how many times a borrower has been in the mortgage lender’s delinquency database.
When a lender defaults, that’s the same as having a higher probability of losing their home.
According the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), there were 5.2 million Americans who had a mortgage with a 10 percent or more delinquency rate in 2015, up from 2.7 million in 2014.
That compares to a 3.6 million increase in default risk for those with a credit score of at least 660.
The number of Americans who defaulted on their mortgages is down compared to the number of people who lost their homes.
In 2016, there was about 6.5 million Americans with mortgage debt.
The biggest reason why borrowers defaulted in the first place is because their mortgage lenders made them pay the full amount they owed.
For example, a 30-year mortgage, or a 30 percent loan, would result in a $2 million payment.
In 2015, when the federal government started to allow homebuyers to refinance their mortgages, it set the maximum interest rate for a 30 year loan at 5.25 percent, up to a maximum of 6.25%.
The maximum rate for that loan is now 4.8 percent.
For people who owe more than their home could be worth, the most common reasons for default are: You failed to pay back your loan.
You didn’t pay your property taxes.
You missed a payment.
You were late on your payments.
You had a credit card account with bad credit.
The federal government set a maximum payment amount of $1 million on any federal loans.
For mortgages with a lower payment amount, a higher default rate is expected.
For a 30% mortgage, for example, the default rate would be 9.9 percent, the FDIC says.
The rate for the 10% or 30% loans is lower because they typically have a higher credit score.
The maximum payment on the 5.75% or 6.75 percent loans is 5 percent, but it’s still a higher amount.
When the FHA, the mortgage guaranty agency, sets a maximum loan payment for a borrower, it typically sets the maximum payment based on a percentage of the borrower’s total annual income.