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When planning for a movie with the military, you might consider moving into government housing. Government housing is owned and maintained by the Department of Defense and is typically on the installation. Eligibility and availability for this type of housing may vary by the service member, family size, and installation. Learn more about the different options, benefits, and discounts that may be available to you through government housing.
There are nearly 7000 units of family housing that include two, three, four, and five-bedroom units designated by rank and family size. Homes are located both on and off the installation. In our junior noncommissioned officer inventory, two bedrooms range from 930 to1,400 square feet, three bedrooms range from 1,255 to1,728 square feet and four bedrooms range from 1,388 to1,950 square feet.
Waiting times vary according to the supply versus demand for quarters at any given time.
Eligibility for housing is based on the following priority sequence:
Priority one: key and essential accompanied or unaccompanied personnel
Priority two: accompanied military personnel
Priority three: accompanied military personnel assigned and attached for duty within 50 miles radius of the installations
Priority four: unaccompanied family members of military personnel
Priority five: unaccompanied military personnel (married or single)
Priority six: retired Military personnel and spouses or widowed spouses of retired military personnel
Priority seven: Department of Defense and federal agency civilians.
Priority eight: DoD Contractors.
Priority nine: Nonmilitary, nonDoD or nonfederal agency personnel (general public).
All service members who have command sponsorship for their families are authorized government quarters. Factors influencing waiting time are a time of year (Quarters turnover is usually much faster during the summer months.), rank, and the number of bedrooms required (the size of your family). You could have no waiting at all, or you may wait as long as 14 months.
Homes cannot be offered until military personnel sign into Hawaii, however, an online application can be filled out at the Army Hawaii Community Homes website. A leasing consultant will follow up with the applicant after the application is received. Advanced Applications are welcome with orders and amended orders forwarded via website email or fax to respective regional offices. Contact information below.
Applicants can also apply in person or via phone by contacting the North Regional Office (Schofield Barracks, Wheeler Army Air Field, Helemano Military Reservation) at 808-275-3700 or 808-275-3729 for the South Regional Office (Fort Shafter, Tripler Army Medical Center, Aliamanu Military Reservation, Red Hill) at 808-275-3800 or 808-842-7506.
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