Accompanied personnel reporting to Andersen AFB have the option to reside in government-owned family housing or in the local community. Check-in at the local Housing office during arrival to the installation. The housing staff will assist with all of your home-finding needs.
The local housing office processes applications and assigns personnel to government-owned family housing. The housing office is your advocate, and you should contact them with any issues. For more information about on-base housing for accompanied personnel, including eligibility requirements, visit the CNIC Headquarters Government-Owned Housing page.
The Housing Early Assistance Tool (HEAT) enables Service Members and their families to apply for government-owned family housing prior to departure from their current command, before or after receiving permanent change of station orders. Visit the CNIC HQ HEAT page to find out more.
Additionally, you can obtain application forms online, at your nearest housing office, or you can contact the housing office have one mailed or emailed to you.
Within the first business day of arrival, check-in to the housing office to sign up for the Housing Welcome Brief. The brief is held Monday to Friday from 07:00 to 15:30.
There is ONE family housing neighborhood located on Andersen AFB. If appropriate quarters are not available upon arrival, personnel will be placed on a waiting list. When a unit becomes available, the Service Member and family will receive a government-funded move from their off-base residence to family housing on base. Contact the housing office to get the most current projection of housing availability and wait list information.
Family Housing Photos & Floor Plans
The HSC maintains a current database of available off-base community rental properties for homes, apartments and townhomes. Housing referral professionals inspect these rental properties for suitability. The HSC assists with locating off-base housing in the local area, including:
HOMES.mil - The properties listed have been inspected, are approved by Navy Housing and are move-in ready. If you are interested in a home on HOMES.mil, please contact the HSC with the listing ID # for the property.
Overseas Housing Allowance (OHA) and entitlements
Move-in or move-out inspections upon request
Short-term rental or lease information
Depending on assignment status (shore duty, sea duty, student, etc.) and pay grade, unaccompanied housing (UH) options at Andersen AFB include barracks or dorms and housing in the local community. UH housing is managed by the U.S. Air Force.
Barracks and Dorms
UH is conveniently located on Andersen AFB, housing approximately 581 Service Members in 5 buildings.
Accommodations are one or two persons to a room based on pay grade and square footage. Building 25007 serves as the check-in point. Linens are provided at check-in. UH facilities include lounges equipped with televisions, washers and dryers, and vending machines in all buildings. There are also recreational, fitness, dining, religious, educational and other amenities, most located within walking distance of UH. Additional information on base amenities is available in the Welcome Aboard package.
The Housing Service Center (HSC) maintains a current database of available off-base community rental properties for homes, apartments and townhomes. Housing referral professionals inspect these rental properties for suitability. The HSC assists with locating off-base housing in the local area, including:
Navy Housing Services
The Navy Housing Service Center (HSC) mission is to provide housing support for all families and unaccompanied personnel moving to or departing from the local area.
Housing needs assessment
Temporary housing information
Personalized single-family home, condo and apartment finding assistance
Provide rental listings
Verify eligibility and process application
Maintain military housing wait list
Maps and directions of local area
The HSC's trained professionals can help you choose the right housing to meet your needs.
HOMES.mil is an official Department of Defense (DoD) website dedicated to helping Service Members, families and DoD civilians find housing.
Home Buying and Selling – In addition to finding a rental property in the community, HSC counselors provide complete, objective and unbiased information on the home buying process. If you are interested in purchasing property, the Fleet and Family Support Center provides information and classes on home buying.
Service Members should check-in with the HSC upon arrival at the installation, even if planning on renting in the local community. The HSC maintains a current database, that is accessible 24 hours a day, of available off-base community rental properties for homes, apartments and townhomes. Housing referral professionals inspect these rental properties for suitability. Additionally, the HSC provides lease review services and is your Navy advocate for you and your family when housing maintenance, health or safety issues arise. For additional information on local community housing, please contact the HSC.
To list your rental property or update your current listing with the Navy Housing Referral program, visit the CNIC HQ page for HOMES.mil. Additionally, the Navy Housing YouTube page has instructional videos on using HOMES.mil to create a property manager account and add or edit a property.
Navy HSCs provide support with issue resolution for customers wherever they choose to live, whether military or community housing. Our issue resolution services are provided to both the tenant and landlord free of charge.
Shipping, Weight Limits and POV
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) is responsible for Navy household goods (HHG) and personal property. NAVSUP provides information and guidance to assist with permanent change of station (PCS) moves and the HHG claims process.
Additionally, there are several other resources available for Service Members that are looking for information on shipping HHG and privately owned vehicles:
Visit the CNIC headquarters Web site to access additional resources for PCS moves.
Appliances and Electrical Requirements
At Andersen AFB, all government-owned family housing units are furnished with major household appliances (i.e. refrigerator, electric range or stove, clothes washer and dryer, and dishwasher).
The Housing Service Center (HSC) will provide loaner appliances for off-base housing (refrigerator, four-burner electric stove, washer or dryer, conventional or microwave oven. Contact the HSC for more information.
Temporary loaner furniture is issued to accompanied and unaccompanied military and Department of Defense civilian personnel for a maximum of 90 days. Household goods (HHG) must be in transit to be eligible for loaner furniture. Furniture is loaned for up to 90 days or until the HHG shipment arrives, whichever occurs earlier.
Please note that government-owned or community housing may not be large enough to accommodate large or heavy furniture.
Andersen AFB government-owned family housing allows a maximum of two pets per family. Pets are not allowed in unaccompanied housing. All pets must be registered with the HSC.
Q. My family is coming later than me. Will I be assigned to military family housing before they arrive?
A. Yes. You may be assigned 30 days in advance of your family arriving. Please note that you are required to provide the Housing Service Center (HSC) your family’s flight itinerary.
Q. My family is coming earlier than me. Can they be assigned housing before I arrive?
A. Yes, if you have an Advance Travel of Dependents authorization. Your spouse must check-in to the HSC upon his or her arrival with all the required documentations and a valid power of attorney allowing them to accept housing on your behalf. If your family arrives without an approved Advance Travel of Dependents, they are not entitled to any housing or temporary lodging allowances. Also, they will not be eligible for housing referral services and furnishings support.
Q. What type of electrical service is used?
A. 110/220v Single Phase
Q. What is housing like in the surrounding community?
A. Private and serene.
Q. Do homes have central heat and air conditioning?
A. Homes are equipped with central air conditioning.
Q. If I have too much furniture, will the government store it for me?
A. There is no government storage facilities available.
Q. Should I bring my own major appliances?
A. This is not recommended. The HSC will provide a stove, refrigerator, microwave, washer and dryer for the duration of your tour. On-base units are equipped with major appliances.
Q. How can I find housing in the community if I don't speak the language?
A. The HSC’s counselors are bilingual and very knowledgeable. They will assist with the language barrier. They will serve as the translator, as well as provide insight and knowledge of what’s available in the community.
Housing Early Assistance Tool
The Housing Early Assistance Tool (HEAT) assists Service Members and their families in applying for housing Navy wide. HEAT allows Service Members and their families to get the housing application process started at one or more Navy installations online before or after they receive their permanent change of station orders. HEAT is available to any Service Member at all Navy installations. HEAT creates an easy user experience to connect with your destination. Spouses can use the application as well, needing only minimal information about their Service Member. A housing referral professional will be in touch within 2 business days.
Policy, Forms and Resources
Other Information and Links
Servicemember’s Civil Relief Act: