Welcome to the Fort Eisenhower Army Housing Office. Our mission is to provide housing and related services in support of the Army’s mission and readiness and to assist military service members, both unaccompanied and those with families, with finding suitable, affordable and safe housing wherever they live around the world. The Housing Office is composed of four divisions: Housing Services Office (HSO), Unaccompanied Housing (UH), Army Residential Communities Initiative (RCI), and Army Family Housing (AFH). Each division has a combined mission to provide assistance, guidance and quality up-to-date information to our service members to help make relocating as stress-free as possible. 

Housing Services Office (HSO)


Location: Darling Hall, Bldg. 33720, Room 129
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Closed every Thursday at 2 p.m. for training.
Phone: 706-791-5116, DSN: 780-5116

The HSO manages off-post relocation and referral services, the Rental Partnership Program and occupant complaints for the installation. We provide the following services for service members, their families and DoD Civilians:

  • Housing counseling and education
  • Listings of local real estate brokers and property managers
  • Available rental and sales listings
  • Review of leases and rental agreements
  • Mediate Landlord/Tenant complaints
  • Community information including local schools, maps, information on obtaining local crime statistics and available programs and resources
  • Computer workstations to assist with housing search
  • Relocation assistance for the next duty station
  • Rental Inspections
  • Assignment and termination inspections upon request


The Rental Partnership Program (RPP) is a Department of the Army housing program managed by HSO to provide assistance to Service Members and their Families in acquiring quality, affordable off-post rental housing. 

  • HSO establishes a partnership with local property managers/owners, Soldiers and Family members
  • Negotiate waivers for concessions with the off post landlords to minimize the financial hardship of renting off post
  • Inspect all properties that are available for rent
  • Process and complete verification of eligibility documents for service members
  • Ensure that rent will not exceed the service member’s BAH
  • Ensure allotment is established to transfer rent payments to property owners

Benefits of being in the RPP Program:

  • Worry free rental payments by auto-pay
  • Waived credit check fees
  • Waived application fees
  • Waived (all or part) Security Deposits
  • Pre-qualification
  • Inspected Housing
  • Support from HSO

For more information call 706-791-5116. 


Notice of Intent to Vacate
Crime Information
Know What's in a Lease
Georgia Landlord-Tenant Handbook
South Carolina Residential Landlord and Tenant Act
PCS Resources
Move-In/Move-Out Checklist - The move-in/move-out checklist is used to notate the condition of a rental property and report damage to the premises at both the start and end of the tenancy agreement. Per GA Code § 44-7-33 (2019), the landlord has three (3) business days to complete a property damage list and associated repair charges to be deducted from the security deposit. 


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Residential Communities Initiative (RCI)


Location: Darling Hall, Bldg. 33720, Room 147
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Closed every Thursday at 2 p.m. for training.
Phone: 706-791-9656 / 5116

RCI is the Army's military housing privatization program whereby the Army has partnered with the private sector, Providence Family Homes to privatize on-post housing. RCI is truly about partnering with the private sector and meeting the RCI goals and objectives for a better quality of life for the nearly 1,100 families residing at the installation. The Army's RCI provides oversight and support services, liaison services, oversees tenant relations and protects the interests of the U.S. Government, Army and their families. RCI Housing Managers inspect homes prior to move-in, conduct maintenance inspections and accompany residents during assignment and termination inspections upon request. The RCI Division monitors command and resident satisfaction with Balfour Beatty Communities (BBC) operations, and when necessary recommends changes aimed at improving those operations. 

Privatized Housing Resident Portal

Visit the Privatized Housing Resident Portal to stay informed about the on-post housing resources and updates.

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Unaccompanied Housing (UH)

Army Barracks Management Program (ABMP)

Location: Darling Hall, Bldg. 33720, Room 129
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Closed every Thursday at 2 p.m. for training.
Phone: 706-791-6559 / 9787

The UPH Office provides unaccompanied housing oversight for all Single Soldier housing needs, administrates Certificates of Non-Availability (CNA) and exceptions to policy and ensures compliance with ABMP and eMH reporting and quality control. UPH oversees all aspects of the furnishings program to include warehousing, replacements and forecasts budget for UPH orders and completion of projects pertaining to unaccompanied personnel housing. There are no unaccompanied personnel housing for officers and senior enlisted personnel on Fort Eisenhower.

Army Barracks Management Program (ABMP) Handbook
Troop U-Do-It Training Program

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