Finding Off Base Military Housing in San Antonio
posted Jul 02, 2011
If you are looking for off-base housing, the first thing you need to do is decide what your relocation needs are. What are you looking for in your new area? If you have children, a good local school is bound to be a priority. If you are single, you probably want a friendly local community with a lively social scene. Moving to a new town or city can be a daunting prospect. It takes a lot of time to research different neighborhoods, and even then it can be hard to make the decision alone. Perhaps you don't really know what your priorities should be, and are in need of some expert guidance.
This is where Housing 1 Source comes in. We can provide you and your family with a range of services, to ensure that your relocation goes smoothly. Serving Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base and Randolph Air Force Base, we will help you at every step of the process. Crucially, we can help you understand the rules for military housing. Too many military families in the US do not pursue home ownership, which can make their financial future uncertain. It is possible to purchase a home with a substantial contribution from your Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH). We can help you with all aspects of this.
We can help to arrange your off-post military housing at no cost to you. All you need to do is contact us through our website or email, or visit our office, conveniently located just outside of Fort Sam Houston, and we will take things from there. What if you’re a sponsor, who wishes to help a collegue relocate? Again, all we need to start the process is a few basic details about you (the sponsor) and your newcomer.
We are based in San Antonio and have all the local knowledge necessary to ensure that you relocate to the right place. Whether you take advantage of Housing 1 Source's entire range of services, or have just a few specific questions, we can assure you of professional yet friendly service at all times. Military relocation can be a stressful time; let us take some of the pressure off.