Below, we’ve gathered some helpful resident resources and quick responses to any questions you might have. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us at the main office.
The Air Force Privatization Program is a government initiative which allows private sector developers to leverage appropriated construction funds and government owned property to own, operate, maintain, improve, and assume responsibility for military family housing.
Hunt Companies draws upon their private sector experience to provide first-rate services and amenities to our military families. We pride ourselves in our commitment to customer services and Nellis Family Housing promises to deliver a product that meets or exceeds the standards in the surrounding community.
No, the date you reapply for housing is your new eligibility date.
Yes, please leave a point of contact for Rear Detachment with us in case we need to contact you regarding your allotment.
If I’m a single parent and deployed, can I appoint someone to occupy my home and take care of my children?
Yes, but documentation is required for your file, including an Exception to Policy document with point of contact information, a copy of the Special Power of Attorney, and paperwork demonstrating temporary guardianship of your child/children to your appointee.
Your spouse must come into our office and fill out our Point of Contact form. This lists phone numbers where he or she can be reached as well as a local contact for emergencies.
Unless you've properly cleared your quarters the allotment will automatically start back up the next month. However, any past due rent for the month in which your allotment was stopped is due immediately. Payment can be made directly at the Nellis Family Housing office. Please contact our office if this occurs.
We require written documentation of your deployment status stating you are deployed for more than 90 days as well as a proper 30-day written notice to vacate. If the Service Member is not available the spouse will need a Power of Attorney to submit documentation.
Written notice is required before vacating quarters and should be given at our management office as soon as you are aware of your moving arrangements (ideally, 30 days prior to your lease expiration date). In the case of deployment, PCS, etc., contact our office at as soon as you are notified; we will assist you in the process.
Your spouse will need Power of Attorney in order to sign for quarters on post, start the allotment for BAH, and pay the prorated rent. Please make sure we have contact numbers for your spouse. You’ll also need to make sure your spouse knows how to contact and set up your transportation appointment.
You may apply for privatized housing as soon as you receive your official orders. You will be eligible to be added to the waitlist no more than 45 days from your RNLTD (Report No Later Than Date). If you arrive prior to your eligibility date, please visit the Housing Management Office to confirm your arrival.
You can complete the online application here or apply at the Nellis Family Housing Office in person. Before we can assign a house each applicant must obtain a referral certificate from the base Housing Management Office.
No. Once a resident is settled in, they cannot be downgraded.
Visit the Family Housing Management Office to request a Quarters to Quarters Move (IBM) to a larger unit. If a larger unit is not immediately available you will be placed on the proper wait list. Please be aware moves of this type are at the service member’s expense. Quarters to Quarters moves are not conducted during peak PCS Season (May - September).
The lease contains provisions that allow you to break your lease with a proper 30-day written notice and a copy of the orders. Be sure to contact our office as soon as you are notified so that we can assist you.
If you receive short orders, the 30 day requirement may be waived. Official orders are not required to start the notice process; we can accept any form of documentation regarding reassignment. Most importantly, contact our office as soon as you are notified so we can assist you.
Yes, all residents are required to sign a lease.
If you do not fulfill your lease term, i.e., move out before your lease expires, you are held responsible for rent until such time as your lease expires or a new resident moves in to your residence, whichever occurs first.
A divorce constitutes a change in eligibility and you no longer qualify to occupy housing. In such cases, the service member and/or family are required to vacate the home.
Your spouse may sign the lease if they have a Power of Attorney. If your spouse does not have Power of Attorney please contact the Family Housing Office for further assistance.
The lease is a standard resident agreement used by all privatized military housing and conventional (civilian) rental properties. Residents are required to sign a lease in order to reside in housing. The lease specifies the rights and responsibilities of resident and owner. The lease also sets the service member's BAH as the rent payment.
Who will be performing maintenance service requests for the privatized housing, and will I be charged?
Our fully bonded maintenance staff will be resolving all service requests for residents. Hunt Military Communities provides a 24-hour a day service line where you’ll talk to a real person to provide the details of your request. We will even take care of your request if you cannot take time off from your busy schedule to be in your home. Residents will never be charged for the service performed.
Click here to submit a maintenance request online.
You can submit a request online or contact the service line at (702) 643-6800. For after hours emergencies, call (702) 677-3661
Yes. Nellis Family Housing will be responsible for trash pickup and recycling at no additional cost to the resident.
Satellite dishes are allowed with prior written approval from management.
Sheds are allowed in older housing areas only with prior written approval from management.
Trampolines are allowed with Exception to Policy form executed by Management. They must have a safety net, be properly secured to the ground, and within a fenced yard.
Parking of RVs, boats, trailers, etc., is not allowed within family housing unless the vehicle is parked in the resident’s garage or if the vehicle is being used for loading or unloading. Vehicle loading or unloading is limited to no more than 24 hours and must not obstruct traffic.
The number of pets in a home is limited to two. Pets weighing over 100 pounds are not allowed to reside at Nellis Family Housing. All households with pets are required to have a fenced yard. Residents are required to complete a Pet Addendum with the leasing agreement or when a new pet joins the family. The following aggressive breeds are not permitted: Doberman, Pit Bull, Rottweiler, or any other breed with dominant traits geared toward aggression. Residents are responsible for any pet damages. Exotic pets are not allowed.
Both members will receive BAH. The senior member receives it at the with-dependent rate while the junior member receives it at the without-dependent rate. Under current Department of Defense rules only the senior member's BAH at the with-dependent rate is used to calculate the rent amount. The family may keep the BAH of the junior member.
Your rent includes all normal monthly expenses, except electric and gas utilities.
Yes, late fees apply for rent and all other charges that are not paid in a timely manner.
Your rent is the BAH you receive minus the Utility Allowance. BAH is based on rank and area of assignment not on the size of the home.
In the event of a promotion, the Service Member may request a move to a base house commensurate with his or her new rank. The member’s rent will be increased to match the increased BAH. You must notify management within 30 days of your promotion.
In the event of a demotion, the Service Member will pay the decreased BAH amount for rent, but must notify the management office in writing within 30 days.
Residents may be evicted for non-payment, egregious acts, or failure to follow Community Policies. The Command is involved in ALL eviction proceedings.
BAH is an entitlement and is not counted as taxable income. However, it will be included in gross income which means programs based on an individual's gross income may be affected.
You may direct your questions to the Community Manager.
Am I going to lose money if the current year BAH amount for my grade and ZIP code is less than I was getting last year?
No. BAH rate protection does not allow reductions in housing allowances as long as the Service Member maintains uninterrupted eligibility for BAH. If your duty assignment station, your rank, and your family status do not change you will always receive the higher BAH amount.
The following circumstances change your status and interrupt your eligibility for the allowance: if you are promoted or demoted your rate protection resets for your new rank; if your dependency status changes your rate protection is adjusted to the new status.
Yes. Rent is assessed only for the days that you live in housing.
For Service Members in the Army, Navy, and Air Force the rent is paid by allotment. We utilize Military Assistance Company (MAC), an organization approved by the military services to manage the allotment process. Your BAH on your LES is an entitlement and is listed as a payment to Nellis Family Housing. The advantages of payment by allotment are that you will not be required to pay a security deposit and your rent will be due in arrears. For example, your January rent is received on February 1st.
For Service Members in the Marines payment by Allotment still applies, but you are responsible for filling out an Allotment Form (DD Form 2558) and forwarding your copy of the form to your finance administrator. We also need a copy of the form for our files.
Service Members in the Coast Guard are responsible for filling out an Allotment Worksheet (CG PSC-2040). Nellis Family Housing requires a copy of the PSC-2040 and it is the resident's responsibility to deliver the original signed PSC-2040 to the PERSRU Office for initiation of the rent allotment.
How does military housing privatization affect a service member’s Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH)?
Privatization does not affect the amount of BAH that is paid to the service member. Prior to privatization, service members did not receive BAH if they lived in military housing. Under the Military Housing Privatization Initiative, all service members choosing to live in privatized military housing receive their BAH and use the BAH to pay the privatized housing provider. The rent payment (usually equal to BAH) will be automatically transferred to Nellis Family Housing at the end of each month; this process will be performed and monitored by Military Assistance Company, LLC (MAC), the world's largest processor of automatic payroll deductions for military and civil service employees. The BAH is used by the company to maintain and operate the existing housing, as well as to fund the construction of the new houses and amenities.
The government determines the service member's BAH based on the cost of similar rental property near the base, typical utilities, and his/her rank. An allotment from the service member's account is set up upon lease signing to pay rent.
The utility allowance portion of your BAH will cover all or part of your electric and gas utilities. Trash, recycling collection, water, and sewer services are provided by Nellis Family Housing at no cost to residents.