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    Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Housing and Relocation Information

    Housing Information
    The military provides two options for the use of your BAH. Basic Allowance For Housing (BAH)
    The first option is living on post. Your second option is using your BAH to rent or buy off post. We provide you with military friendly information to help you maximize your BAH.

    On Base Housing
    • The Unaccompanied Housing Office (520) 228-3576 is reserved for airmen in the ranks of E1-E3 and E4 with less than 3 years of service. You are provided with private sleeping room, furnishings, bed linens and supplies required for comfortable living.

      The Housing Management Office (520) 228-3687. Contact the HMO Office as soon as you know you are moving. You will be provided with the latest information on local housing as well as referral services and relocation assistance. The HMO offers counseling and guidance before entering into a lease agreement, housing referrals as well as resolving tenant-landlord dispute.   

    • Davis-Monthan AFB on base housing is privatized and operated by Soaring Heights Communities. Soaring Heights (520) 745-5024 Offers 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. They are pet friendly and offer many amenities such as: Splash parks, basketball courts, fitness center and 16 parks. 

    Off Base Housing
    If you are not ready to buy a home and are looking to rent, check our database for rentals in the Davis-Monthan AFB area. 
    Click here for Single Family Homes
    Click here for Apartments

    Buy A House
    Click here to contact a local Real Estate Agent 
    Click here to view Home For Sale in the area
    Click here for a list of Preferred Lenders

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    Surrounding Areas
    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.

    About Davis-Monthan AFB
    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. For more information click here.