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USAG/Camp Humphreys Housing Office
Maude Hall Bldg 6400
Unit # 15228
AOP, AP 96271
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
Learn about the variety of housing possibilities available as well as information about setting up utilities in your home . Housing options are available to your unique situation including: housing for families, single service members, families that are enrolled in the exceptional family member program, pet owners and unaccompanied personnel. Explore your options to find a home that best fits your needs.
Go to the Department of Defense travel website for information regarding your Overseas Housing Allowance. Use code KR035 for the USAG-Humphreys/Pyongteak area. OHA provides you with your rent limit based on your rank, with or without family and utility cost. The amount of OHA changes slightly each month in relation to the Won exchange rate.
Weight allowances are restricted going to Korea. Command-sponsored families are authorized 50% of your normal Joint Travel Regulations weight allowance, while unaccompanied personnel are authorized only 25%. Because of this, you will be provided government appliances and furniture. We encourage you to bring some furnishings and electronics (most off-post housing is equipped with both 110V and 220V outlets) with you. Contact the Housing Furnishing Management Branch at DSN 315-755-9550 commercial 011-82-31-503-355-9550 if you have specific questions.
Personnel on an unaccompanied tour who elect to bring their dependents at their own expense will not be automatically entitled to an off-post overseas housing allowance, are not eligible for on-post family housing and will risk paying living expenses out of pocket. These individuals will have to submit an exception to policy and justify why their situation is so unique that they cannot apply for command sponsorship, which is required of other service members to bring their families to Korea.
Service members with command-sponsored dependents will be assigned Army Family Housing units first, if available. If AFH is not available when you arrive, you can request to be placed on the waiting list. The eligibility date on the wait list is determined by the date the service member departed his/her last permanent duty station or went on leave. Please note the on-post family housing inventory will only accommodate 40% of CSP; therefore, 60% of CSP will reside off post in private rental housing. All efforts will be made to house key and essential personnel on post. Contact the Housing Office 30-45 days prior to your arrival to determine if on-post housing is available.
On-post AFH at U.S. Army Garrison-Humphreys consists of three-, four- or five-bedroom apartments. Duplexes and single-family units are designated for pay grades O6 and above. Tower/apartment buildings are designated for pay grades O5 and below. Sample floor plans can be viewed by visiting the Army Housing Online User Services website. All AFH units are fully furnished with living room furniture, dining room furniture, bedroom sets for the master bedroom and for each child, washer and dryer, stove/oven, dishwasher and refrigerator. If you chose to ship your furniture, you can turn in the loaned items you don’t need once your furniture arrives. Only two pets are allowed in on-post family housing.
Unaccompanied personnel housing for soldiers in the rank of E7 and above will be assigned to the Senior Leader Quarters managed by the Humphreys Housing Office. When occupancy rate is under 95%, it is mandatory for E7 and above to be assigned to available SLQs. When the occupancy rate is over 95%, only bonafide bachelors will be authorized to reside off post. Personnel entitled to dependent location Basic Allowance for Housing will not be authorized to reside off post unless there are no SLQs available. SLQs are similar to efficiency apartments, with separate a living area and bedroom. They are furnished with a double bed, nightstand, lamp, computer desk and chair, living room set, stove, refrigerator and stackable washer/dryer. No pets are permitted in SLQs.
UPH for soldiers in the rank of E6 and below will consist of barracks that is managed by their prospective units. Most barracks are new and are configured as one-plus-one standard. However, in the short-term some soldiers may be doubled up until construction is complete and/or new furnishings arrive. No pets are allowed in barracks buildings.
Off-post private-sector family housing is available in one-, two-, three-, four- or five-bedroom configurations. Most off-post housing is built to American standards. Homes are available as single-family small apartment buildings, villas or high-rises. Housing will provide loaner furniture to include living room furniture, dining room furniture and bedroom sets until your household goods arrive. If not provided by the landlord, Housing can also provide a washer and dryer, stove/oven and refrigerator. Since there is a limitation on the amount of personal household goods that can be shipped to Korea, Housing will provide those furniture items you could not ship for the duration of your tour.
More information on Humphreys housing options may be found on the official AHOUS website. Select Humphreys as your installation for the most current housing information. In addition, many realtors have Facebook pages where you can see examples of private sector housing.
Visit InMyArea.com to search for utility providers based on your zip code. This website serves as a one-stop shop where you can explore your options, compare prices and purchase services.
Government Furniture Support
The Housing Office provides 90-day loaner government furniture support while awaiting the arrival of shipped household goods, which includes living room, dining room and bedroom furniture. Other furnishings, such as bunk beds and baby cribs, can be provided upon request.
All appliances, including stoves, refrigerators, washers and dryers, are provided for the duration of your tour. Do not bring these appliances. U.S. manufactured appliances may not be compatible with voltage/cycles in Korea. In addition, the self-help operation can provide lawn mowers and/or lawn equipment and supplies for on-post family housing residents only.
The Joint Travel Regulations household goods weight allowance for U.S. Army Garrison-Humphreys is 50% for military personnel on an accompanied tour, 25% for military personnel on an unaccompanied tour and 100% for civilians. Both government and off-base housing vary in size and configuration.
When available, full-tour furniture support can be provided for items you do not own, such as queen, full or twin beds, kitchen tables and chairs, sofas, easy chairs, coffee and end tables and dressers, and, therefore, could not ship. We recommend you bring your beds/mattresses.
The Housing Office does not provide sheets, linens or towels. Army Community Service can assist with the temporary loan of pots, pans, dishes, glasses, cups, irons and ironing boards. An extension in lodging will not be authorized pending arrival of your unaccompanied or household goods shipments.
It is your responsibility to ensure your HHG will fit into assigned housing, as there are no storage facilities in Korea. Please refer to the floor plans of our on-base family housing units at the Army Housing Online User Services website.