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United States Navy
Housing Service Center: NAS Oceana
1596 Tomcat Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA 23460
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.
Service members will need to bring a valid ID card, orders, emergency contact name, and an address and phone number where the member can be reached. In addition, the member must bring an automobile license plate number, a contact number, work number and a copy of their most current LES.
Service members with eligible family members must check in with the Housing Service Center within 30 days of arrival. This does NOT obligate you to move into PPV housing. You may request a specific area based on your needs, requirements and eligibility entitlements. You will be placed in the appropriate housing area or wait list.
For more information, housing locations, pictures and floor plans visit the Lincoln Military Housing website and click on the Installation.
The Unaccompanied Personnel Housing Offices (UPH) at NAS Oceana and Dam Neck Annex house single sailors in pay grades E-1 thru E-4. Single service members who are E4 over 4 on both shore and sea duty are authorized to reside in the local community and be paid BAH. E4 under 4 stationed ashore and wanting to reside off base will stay in UPH barracks and be put on a waiting list until the UPH occupancy rate reaches 95%. At this point, E4 under 4 may be eligible to reside out in town and receive BAH entitlements. E3 and below are subject to the same rule as mentioned above with E4 having priority. Barracks restrictions include smoking (Designated smoking area outside) and overnight guests. All guests must depart from the barracks by 10:00 p.m. (Weekday) 12:00 a.m. (Weekend).
The phone number for Combined Bachelors Quarters is 757-433-3791
Exceptional family members (EFM) in categories 4 and 5 are eligible for priority housing with control dates below the freeze zone (top 10% of any waitlist) Other EFM categories and situations are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Some units are handicap accessible and available upon request. Adjustments may be made as necessary within houses in other areas. All housing is air conditioned. Generators are not part of the standard equipment offered privatized housing.
Hampton Roads has a relatively high cost of living with average rental prices ranging from $850 - $2500 per month. Most rental properties require a first and sometimes last months rent for deposit. Many landlords require an additional pet deposit.
It is standard practice for landlords and property managers to run credit history/back ground checks on potential tenants. Negative findings may limit your rental options and make the rental process very difficult. Rental OptionsBefore negotiating a lease or mortgage contract, you are required to check-in with the Housing Service Center to have your orders endorsed as part of your check-in process. The office has a variety of services designed to help military families locate housing, whether they are renting or buying. The Housing Service Center maintains a database of rental listings.
The Housing Service Center is your contact for any problems you may encounter such as discrimination complaints, tenant/landlord disputes, or any questions or problems about off-base housing. The Housing Service Center will provide you a list of rentals 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 renter's personal property. Transfer coverage after you arrive.
In addition, Hampton Roads Navy Housing Referral Offices offers, Landlord Tenant Mediation, and a Showing Service. Take advantage of the resources available to you before you decide to sign a lease.
The Housing Service Center offers Home Buying workshops and in conjunction with the Fleet and Family Support Center, facilitates Virginia Housing and Development Authority (VHDA) Homeownership workshop. The workshops educate the buyer on the process of purchasing a home, help with understanding financing, working with real estate agents and lenders as well as learning about home inspections. Be it a first time home buyer or a seasoned buyer - everyone can benefit from the combined local knowledge of the workshop leaders. These workshops are routinely presented. For a current schedule of workshops, contact the Housing Service Center ((757) 445-2832, 1-800-628-7510, DSN 565-2832) or your Fleet and Family Support Center.
Houses in Hampton Roads are relatively expensive with the average home sale hovering around $250,000. The housing market in Hampton Roads experiences the same trends as that of other areas. Because this is an area populated by military members there are always new members arriving who will want to purchase instead of rent.
There are no military owned mobile home parks on base.
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.
Newly reporting officers may be afforded transient berthing for thirty (30) days at the NAS Oceana or Dam Neck Annex Navy Gateway Inns and Suites. Transient berthing is at market rates of and is on a space available basis. Pets are prohibited.
For reservations call 1-757-433-2574 for NAS Oceana and 757-644-3362 for Dam Neck Annex.
Single service members and geographic bachelors are strongly encouraged to check in with housing before starting an independent housing search. The housing office assists service members to find housing in the local community and offers information of the Rental Partnership Program (RPP). HRO has up-to-date listings of affordable apartments, condos and mobile homes as well as a data base of available houses for rent. Most rental properties require a 6-12 month lease; be sure your lease includes a military clause. There are very few furnished apartments for rent. The housing office can help with lease screening, and tenant rights and relations. Service members should call 1-800 628-7510 or 757-433-2832 to speak to housing counselor for more information. Single service members and geographic bachelors are strongly encouraged to check in with the Housing Service Center before starting an independent housing search. The Housing Service Center assists service members to find housing in the local community and offers information of the Rental Partnership Program (RPP). The Housing Service Center has listings of affordable apartments, condos and mobile homes as well as a data base of available houses for rent. Most rental properties require a 6-12 month lease; be sure your lease includes a military clause. There are very few furnished apartments for rent. The Housing Service Center can help with lease screening, and tenant rights and relations. Service members should contact one of the Housing Service Centers to speak to a housing counselor for more information. Housing Service Centers are located at:
NSA Hampton RoadsNaval Station Norfolk7924 14th StreetBldg. SDA-337Norfolk, VA 23505(757) 445-2802/2850DSN 565-2802/2850Fax (757) 445-6935Hours: M-F: 0700 - 1600
JEB Little-Fort Story2600 Tarawa CourtBldg. 1602, Suite 105Virginia Beach, VA 23459(757) 462-8939Fax: (757) 462-1244Hours: 0730 - 1600
Naval Air Station Oceana1596 Tomcat Blvd.Bldg. 280Virginia Beach, VA 23460(757) 433-3368/3268DSN 433-3368Fax (757) 433-3310
Hours: M-F 0730-1600
NWS Yorktown1970 Von Steuben Drive, Newport News, VA 23603(757) 847-7806DSN 953-7806Toll-free (800) 704-5488Fax (757) 847-7822Hours: 0800 - 1600
Exceptional Family Member Program
Public Private Venture (PPV)
Hampton Roads military families and eligible single service members (with dependents) may live in Private - Public Venture (PPV) privatized housing areas throughout the region. Housing is located in and around the base as well as privatized housing located in the local community.
All military personnel, married or single, reporting to sea or shore commands in the Hampton Roads area are required to report to the Housing Service Center prior to executing any agreement for non-government quarters. The Housing Service Center is authorized to maintain a signed acknowledgement of notification to military members of any housing areas restricted by sanction.
The Hampton Roads region has several housing areas. There are 18 enlisted housing areas with a total 3,902 units, 6 officer housing areas with a total of 226 units and 37 flag officer units. The housing assignment is predicated upon your needs and availability. Wait time can be as little as 0-3 months, or as long as 18-24 months. For a current list of wait times go to the CNIC Housing website.
Priority of assignment to PPV housing is determined by the date of detachment (control date) from your last permanent duty station, provided you check in and apply for PPV housing within the first thirty days after your arrival. If you complete the application after the thirty day window the control date becomes the date you turn in your application.
Two pets are allowed per family. No Chows, Doberman Pinschers, Presa Canarios, Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, Wolf Hybrids or any mixes thereof are permitted in PPV housing. No barnyard or exotic pets such as chickens, ducks, ferrets, rabbits, reptiles etc. are allowed.
The Hampton Roads region has several housing areas. There are 18 enlisted housing areas with a total 3,902 units, 6 officer housing areas with a total of 226 units and 37 flag officer units. The housing assignment is predicated upon your needs and availability. Wait time can be as little as 0-3 months, or as long as 18-24 months. For a current list of wait times go to the CNIC Housing Web site.