Located on the Emerald Coast of Florida’s Northwestern Panhandle, Hurlburt Field is home to the Air Force Special Operations Command and the 1st Special Operations Wing and has a long and distinctive history dating back to World War II. It is located on the Gulf of Mexico and is a major tourist attraction for its breathtaking white beaches and emerald green waters. The Pine Shadows and Osprey Landing neighborhoods consist of newly constructed JNCO, SNCO, and Chief/E9 homes. Live Oak, surrounded by beautiful, mature landscaping, is host to our 4-bedroom classic homes. Just steps away from the Intercoastal Waterway, the Soundside neighborhood is undergoing major development and will soon be the premier housing site for single-family Field Grade, Senior Officer and General Officer homes. These homes are anticipated for completion in Spring 2022, along with the Hurlburt Field Community Center, bark park, walking trails, playgrounds and much more!
About On-Site — Our Online Application Technology Partner
Moving can be stressful. That's why Mayroad uses innovative technology provided by On-Site, Inc. to help make your upcoming move to on-post/base housing convenient and easy. By using On-Site, you will be able to securely and quickly complete your online housing application. Later, you'll also be able to electronically sign and submit your lease called the Resident Occupancy Agreement (ROA). So don't wait, apply online today, even from your phone or tablet!
How Does BAH as Rent Work?
Calculate your BAH: https://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/site/bahCalc.cfm
Using your Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for rent is easy. Initially, Airmen will submit an AF Form 594 to the base finance office to initiate the BAH entitlement. Next, sign a Resident Occupancy Agreement (ROA) to give permission to allot your BAH entitlements to rent. After your information is processed, your BAH will be collected by a management company on behalf of the Air Force and paid to Mayroad on the first of each month. Your family's take-home pay won't change at all — you will simply see a "rent allotment" in the third column of your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES). Rent is paid in arrears, which means the allotment that is paid on the first of the month is for the previous month's rent.
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