Last year challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic and labor shortages disrupted Permanent Change of Station (PCS) moves for many active-duty military families. To make this year’s move as smooth as possible, families can take advantage of easy-to-use resources to find and re-locate to your new home with ease.
Scholarship programs supporting the education of service members and their families are now accepting applications! Learn how these unique programs offered by Military Housing Association member companies give back to those who serve our Armed Forces and how you can apply.
This year proved to be pivotal for the privatized military housing industry and the valued military families living in our communities. Here’s a look at how MHA member companies worked to strengthen military housing communities in 2021.
Gen. John Campbell (U.S. Army-Ret.): Providing Quality On-Base Housing Options for Military Families with a Disabled Family Member
Military families with family members who have a disability or require an accommodation frequently decide to live on base to take advantage of accessible housing options and community amenities that can accommodate their disability. Privatized military housing providers that build and manage military housing communities in the United States are dedicated to assisting these families as service members and their partners and children answer the call to serve our country.
The recent surge in the cost of rental units across the country reinforces the need for the Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) to accurately reflect local market rates and cover 100% of housing costs.
Military Housing Association (MHA) member companies are committed to making this year's PCS moves as seamless as possible and providing military families with the tools and resources to make their new house feel like home during the typically stressful PCS season.
Tenant satisfaction survey results inform understanding of operational performance & identify opportunities for improvements
Innovative methods for collecting resident feedback are changing how privatized military housing providers deliver high-quality homes and industry-leading services for active-duty military families.
See first-hand the dedication of Military Housing Association (MHA) member companies’ employees as they explain the industry’s commitment to the Tenant Bill of Rights.
The 7-year maintenance history provides unprecedented transparency to service members when deciding where to live as they transfer to a new duty station. MHA member companies have been working with the Department of Defense and respective service branch partners to develop and roll out an easy-to-understand 7-year maintenance history of a home.
Investing in long-term solutions to help combat the impact of extreme weather events on military housing infrastructure
In recognition of Earth Day, the Military Housing Association (MHA) is bringing attention to severe weather conditions that impact mission critical programs like the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) and the steps leading military housing providers are taking to protect military housing communities.