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Q1 2022 HFA-Piper Sandler Furniture Retailer Survey_5-2022
Home Furnishings Association
Q1 2022 HFA/Piper Sandler Furniture Retailer Survey

The Q1 Furniture Retailer survey completed by Piper Sandler in partnership with the Home Furnishings Association (HFA) shows sales were flat to down for Q1. Sales were +1%/-5% on a mean/median basis. Transactions during Q1 declined -12% to -15%, while ASP was up mid-teens %. Online sales for retailers lagged

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Mark Schumacher
Voice of a Furniture Retailer

I always remind myself and other people that I am not a furniture retailer. I do have retail in my background, but I don’t own a furniture store. As CEO of the Home Furnishings Association, my job is to serve members and always advocate for them and their businesses. My

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Home Furnishings Association
Q1 2021 HFA/Piper Sandler Furniture Retailer Survey

Sales and optimism are running high for our industry right now, and the latest HFA/Piper Sandler Furniture Retailer Survey bears this out. When 2021 started, most retailers expected this year to end up right around 8%. After the first quarter of this year, those estimates now sit between 10 and

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