The automotive industry continues to drive Alabama’s economic growth. Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota all have manufacturing plants in the state, which currently ranks third in the nation for vehicle exports. The opening of a shared Toyota and Mazda factory in 2021 will elevate the state to the country’s second-biggest automaker. Home to NASA's George C. Marshall Space Flight Center and the U.S. Army Materiel Command, Alabama is a significant producer of aerospace and electronic products as well. In addition to the big investment in heavy industries, agriculture and forestry play a large role in the state's economy—forests blanket about 70% of the state—and nearly one in five jobs is related to agriculture and forestry. Roofstock currently operates in the Birmingham investment property market.