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United States Air Force
Capital Assets Management Office - Lackland AFB
Lackland AFB, TX 78236
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.
Housing Referral Office---The HRO is your contact for any problems you may encounter such as discrimination complaints, tenant/landlord disputes, or any questions or problems about off-post housing is the HRO. The HRO will provide you a list of rentals with corresponding locator maps and give you information regarding the communities in which the rentals are located. All renters should carry renters insurance against fire, theft and other damages. The property owner's insurance will cover the property but not the renters' personal property.
The housing referral manager also provides Utility Deposit Waivers for the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) and City Public Service (CPS).
Air Force Housing--Visit the Air Force Housing website to find your new home with the Air Force. This website serves as a one-stop shop for Airmen and their families to obtain information about the housing options and support services available to them at Air Forces world-wide.
Utility Deposits--The Utility Deposit Waiver Program is available for soldiers moving off-post. Request must be submitted through the Housing Office by presenting required documents. City Public Service (CPS) and San Antonio Water System (SAWS) are the only companies that will accept the deposit waiver.
Priority Placement---Service member requiring priority housing placement may request a sample packet from the RCI Operations Manager. Service members may submit an advance packet for placement in housing prior to their arrival to Fort Sam Houston.
Cost of Living--If you are going to be looking for off-post housing, the news is fairly good. The cost of living in San Antonio is the lowest among large U.S. cities, according to the Greater San Antonio of Chamber of Commerce. The local cost of living is presently 5.5% below the national average. However, housing rental costs is high.
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.
Fort Sam Houston housing is privatized and managed by Lincoln Military Housing. Eight housing areas with 2-5 bedroom homes. Available for all ranks. Call 210-270-7638 or visit the Family Housing website.
NOTE: Visit the Air Force Housing website to find your new home with the Air Force. This website serves as a one-stop shop for Airmen and their families to obtain information about the housing options and support services available to them at Air Force bases worldwide.
Lackland AFB Housing has a waiting list and is privatized and managed by Balfour Beatty. Make sure you go to your losing base housing office to have your name added to the waiting list. You can find both the government and privatized housing numbers in the contact list. The website for privatized housing shows houses plus floor plans. The waiting list depends on rank, number of children, and type of housing. In the surrounding community, there are numerous apartments and single dwellings for rent as well as to buy. Visit their Lackland AFB Homes Facebook too.
Single military personnel without children in pay grades E1 to E3 must live in a dormitory on base. There is no housing on base for E-5 and above or for single officers. There are 12 permanent party dormitories on Lackland, Lackland Training Annex, and the Kelly Annex.
It is mandatory for all personnel storing privately owned firearms in their residence in family housing on base to register their firearms with 802d SFS Pass and Registration. This must be done within three duty days for newly assigned personnel residing in base housing.
Randolph AFB (JBSA-RND) military family housing is privatized. Hunt owns the family housing and is responsible for maintaining, repairing, constructing and managing the community. For more information view the Randolph Family Housing website or call 210-659-9061.
The Housing Management Office (HMO) is the first building on the left as you enter JBSA-Randolph via the main gate at building 144. Counselors offer referral services to on-base privatized housing and assist with locating housing accommodations in the local community. For comprehensive information about the privatized and community housing at JBSA-RND, call 210-652-1840 or visit the Air Force Housing website.
Fort Sam Houston
Privatization--The Residential Community Initiative (RCI) is a family housing privatization program. RCI is a DoD program designed to enhance the quality-of-life for service members and their families by improving the existing installation family housing conditions, eliminating any housing shortages and improving neighborhood "amenities" (i.e., playgrounds, outdoor athletic courts, walking/ running trails, etc.).
The privatization of Fort Sam Houston housing took effect on March 1, 2005. The Partnership, between the Department of the Army and Lincoln Military Housing, is called Fort Sam Houston Family Housing, LP (FSHFH), which owns and operates military housing on post. The FSHFH partnership will construct, improve and maintain Fort Sam Houston family housing for the next 50 years, and assume responsibility and control over every aspect of family housing operations on post. The operation and maintenance of family housing is managed by Lincoln Military Housing (LMH) who manages Fort Sam Houston Family Housing (FSHFH). RCI provides oversight of LMH.
Application---All Soldiers desiring on-post housing must complete a housing application prior to being placed on the wait list. When a home becomes available, LMH will contact the soldier and make an offer. If the housing is accepted, a lease must be signed by the service member. The lease will authorize the start of Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) and start of an allotment to be paid as monthly rent. The rent will equal the BAH at the "with dependents" rates for the senior service member authorized to live in the home.
Lackand AFB and Randolph AFB
Visit the Air Force Housing website to find your new home with the Air Force. This website serves as a one-stop shop for Airmen and their families to obtain information about the housing options and support services available to them at Air Force bases world-wide.