Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Housing and Relocation Information
Basic Allowance For Housing (BAH)
Your BAH can be used to rent on base or live off base. If you live off base, you can either rent or buy. Click the link for current BAH rates.
On Base Housing ( Rent On Base )
You can contact the housing office at 520-745-5024. Please keep in mind that there is a process involved in renting on base housing to include wait times. Those wishing to live on post can also find information at the Base Housing Office located in Building 2555.
Off post housing is available close to the Tucson, Arizona base and includes apartments as well as homes for rent and homes for sale.
You can choose to rent off base if you wish. Check our database for available single-family homes.
Apartments for Rent around the Davis-Monthan AFB area. There are many reasonably priced one and two bedroom apartments off-post.
The cities around this installation are Tucson, Vail, Sahuarita, Catalina Foothills, Flowing Wells, Drexel-Alvernon, Littletown, and Casas Adobes.
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Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is the home of the 355th Fighter Wing, operating and supporting the A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft for combat and tactical operations worldwide, including ground strike and rescue operations.
Davis-Monthan is also home of The Boneyard, the 309th Aircraft Maintenance and Regeneration Group, who keep and preserve military and other government aircraft against the possibility of future need.
Purchase prices in the Tucson area average about $155,000-$165,000, which is much lower than the state average of $195,000. Rents in the Tucson area are fairly reasonable: a one-bedroom rental goes for about $700 and a four-bedroom for about $1600. The BAH rates for enlisted and officers generally cover these costs. The housing market in Tucson may favor buyers - the estimated average housing value is about $135,000.
Tucson is the second largest city in Tucson, with about half a million people in the city and a total of almost a million people in the metro area. Davis-Monthan AFB is only about 20 minutes from downtown Tucson (a little less in good traffic). The generally sunny weather and dry conditions leads to lots of outdoor activities, sports, and other fun - late fall through mid-spring has very mild weather. Tucson is near two small mountain ranges and a hill range, and locals sometimes go into the Coronado National Forest near Mount Lemmon, or Mica Mountain for cooler weather and greenery: Mount Lemmon even has snow skiing.
Other local communities include Marana, Oro Valley, and Sahuarita; Sahuarita is closest, only 30 minutes or so away. DavisMonthanHousing.com has much more information on the Tucson area, including museums, parks, zoos, Old West tourism, popular local hobbies, sports, what to hunt, museums (including the Titan Missile Museum, and Pima Air & Space Museum), and local events.
DavisMonthanHousing.com has more information on the area around Tucson, on base and off base resources, local housing rental rates, climate, attractions, and more.
Davis-Monthan AFB on post housing is privatized and managed by Soaring Heights Communities. There are about 1185 units available for 4,500 residents in 3 neighborhoods known as Kachina Village, Palo Verde Village, and Sonoran Vista. They range from 2-5 bedroom single family and duplex homes, some with fenced yards, golf course views, and Arizona landscaping. A wait list is kept for families whose size and rank do not meet immediate openings in government housing. Call the Davis-Monthan housing office to learn more about types of homes and availability at 520-745-5024. Read More...